University President Steven Knapp will visit at least six cities this spring to attend conferences and lock in donations.
When Thomas LeBlanc starts as University president on Aug. 1, GW will inherit an even-tempered leader, former and current colleagues say.
The announcement, which will be made live on Facebook, comes a little more than six months after the search for the University’s 17th president began.
GW has made headlines throughout the year including when Steven Knapp announcing his last year as president to the fraternity Pi Kappa Phi shutting down.
University President Steven Knapp joined more than 170 higher education leaders in signing an open letter urging President-Elect Donald Trump and the new Congress to take action on climate change.
In a statement released Friday, GW officials outlined their principles to protect the civil rights of undocumented students.
Leaders said that this location will help more researchers work together and that the center will fill a local need for patient care.
University President Steven Knapp is the 27th highest-paid private university executive in the nation, according to the most recent data from the Chronicle of Higher Education.
Jeffrey Cohen, a professor of English, created a group called Writers Artists Thinkers Challenge Hate to challenge hate crimes after the election.
This post was written by reporter Colleen Grablick. University President Steven Knapp and Provost Forrest Maltzman addressed students’ concerns and reactions to the election results during the Faculty Senate meeting Friday. Maltzman said at the meeting that he met with with several students over the past few days who voiced concerns regarding their safety in […]