The Board of Trustees approved guidelines recommended by its Task Force on Naming, which was established last fall.
The Board adopted recommendations from its Environmental, Social and Governance Responsibility Task Force, which was established in February.
Officials said the Division for Student Affairs will launch a “comprehensive” virtual New Student Orientation throughout the month of August.
The Student Association will donate more than $30,000 from the past academic year’s operating budget to community service organizations in D.C.
Two researchers in the School of Engineering and Applied Science are developing a visual search engine for COVID-19 research papers.
For the first time in United States history, the House of Representatives voted Friday to make D.C. the country’s 51st state.
Officials will shorten the length of the payment plan for students to pay their cost of attendance beginning this fall, a University spokeswoman said.
A virtual public archive of internal ISIS files with translations and analysis from Program on Extremism staff will launch Monday.
University President Thomas LeBlanc expressed support for D.C. statehood in a University release Friday.
Officials plan to preserve all housing assignments for the fall semester, despite plans to separate beds six feet apart in all on-campus residence halls.