there’s one area in which we take this competitiveness too far – the faux superiority over students at American University.
The GW Law School slid out of the list of the top 20 law schools in the country while other graduate programs improved in the national rankings released by U.S. News & World Report this week.
GW’s education and business online programs rebounded in the U.S. News & World Report rankings.
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If GW opted into U-Multirank, the University could truly show off its competitiveness across the world. Top officials from across GW have jetted across the world, especially to China, recently to raise money, start programs and enhance GW’s reputation. It is positioning itself for the global stage.
Nearly 33 percent of accepted students submitted deposits to join the Class of 2017, a number about on par with recent years but likely to produce a smaller freshman class than the University targeted.
The Hatchet is a finalist in 10 categories for the regional Mark of Excellence awards, including best website and best all-around non-daily student newspaper, the Society of Professional Journalists announced Wednesday.
U.S. News & World Report announced that Bucknell University, which inflated SAT scores for seven years, would not be pulled from the publication’s list of top liberal arts colleges.
Tulane University’s business school was kicked off a coveted U.S. News & World Report ranking Thursday, about a month after the school announced it had inflated admissions data. The Freeman School of Business is the second school to be removed from one of the publication’s rankings in the last three months for skewing statistics. GW […]
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