Matt Chwastek hopes to join the Foggy Bottom and West End Advisory Neighborhood Commission to make the area safer and easier for families to live.
Some community leaders think the designs don’t highlight the art gallery and that a nearby office building will keep light from coming into the school.
GW fell to 11-6 on the season, one game back in the loss column of Richmond and Rhode Island, who they’ll play next weekend, for first place in the Atlantic 10, with two conference series left in the season.
Crable’s resignation was announced in a brief letter to hospital employees eight days before his departure Sept. 30, but the change in leadership was only made public Friday through an article in the Washington Business Journal.
Dr. John “Skip” Williams, senior vice provost and vice president for health affairs, will leave the University at the end of the year, after sources said senior officials at the University pushed him out of his position, the Washington Post reported Tuesday night. Williams said he is leaving GW because the University “no longer wants […]
This post was written by Hatchet Staff Writer Rachel Barker The GW medical school was awarded a multi-million dollar grant Wednesday from the National Institutes of Health to aid research in neglected diseases, according to a University news release. The $15 million grant will go towards rebuilding laboratories for neglected diseases and infections that affect […]
The University’s top academic administrator will retire from his position at the end of the 2010 calendar year, University President Steven Knapp announced today.