Officials presented a report at a Faculty Senate meeting Friday that stated that CAPS handled 2,739 student appointments this fall with a depleted staff.
Some GW Libraries services may be temporarily down after a major Amazon Web Services outage.
Faculty assign readings and encourage discussion about Rittenhouse and Arbery’s murderers trials after court ruling.
The University will offer math tutoring services to D.C. Public School students next spring as part of a new program called Math Matters.
Officials relaunched an academic leadership initiative involving faculty leaders across the University this fall after a year-long pause during the pandemic.
Officials said this year’s plan works to increase diversity and inclusion among faculty and students and expand curricula with social justice.
GWTeach students and faculty have distributed thousands of classroom materials donated by the Smithsonian Science Education Center.
Lauren Onkey hopes to use her experience leading NPR Music to rebuild the Corcoran community after the COVID-19 pandemic
The plan will guide future construction projects, potentially including a new ambulatory care center and student center and a ”reimagined” Kogan Plaza.
A total of 207 GW students have received funding from the scholarship, which awards up to $5,000 for undergraduates to study and intern abroad.