Students living on campus will have their belongings delivered to their rooms ahead of their move-in date this fall, according to an email Wednesday.
The Milken Institute School of Public Health will soon be home to the District’s first-ever center focused on maternal and child health.
Terry Murphy, the deputy provost of academic affairs, will take a yearlong sabbatical and will return as a faculty member, Provost Brian Blake said.
A person assaulted a police officer at the GW Hospital Sunday, according to a Metropolitan Police Department report.
Imani Cheers has worked in SMPA for seven years and has consistently advocated for diversity on campus, a release states.
D.C. officials boosted the city’s minimum wage from $14 to $15 per hour Wednesday following a yearslong struggle to raise pay for workers in the District.
Officials are reducing housing costs for the fall semester by hundreds of dollars per student, adjusted for post-Thanksgiving remote instruction.
More than 200 faculty members requested accommodations to teach their classes virtually this fall, Provost Brian Blake said.
A panel of students, faculty and staff spoke about the role of White people in fighting against racial injustice at an online discussion Friday.
More than 100 students tuned into a virtual panel discussion Tuesday where GW community members spoke about their careers in promoting justice.