The international student population at GW is growing rapidly. These students deserve better resources so they can succeed and enjoy their time at GW.
Even though most students won’t be on campus this summer, officials don’t stop making decisions. Here are some stories to watch over the next few months.
Officials are transferring the responsibilities of the Innovation Task Force to another cost-cutting group after two years of the committee’s inactivity.
Thomas Falcigno, a junior, will run on a platform that includes a grade forgiveness program across schools.
Six high-level administrators have left the University this academic year, the highest number of departures in a single academic year in at least 10 years.
With the year coming to a close, here’s some of the news that you should look out for in 2016.
This week, The Hatchet’s editorial board reviewed this semester to look for trends and point out the most significant events of the last few months.
Current Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Teresa Murphy will serve as deputy provost for academic affairs beginning in January
As GW’s online learning chief steps down from his spot in January, University leaders say the loss won’t impact GW’s online offerings.
Paul Schiff Berman, the vice provost for online education and academic innovation, will step down to serve as a full-time faculty member of GW Law School.