The journalist, author and former Clinton adviser came to GW to celebrate the school’s acquisition of the History News Network.
Provost Forrest Maltzman also was recognized and President Thomas LeBlanc provided an update on the university’s progress and future.
One year after the fund was created, investment managers discussed the progress of the SIF.
A new study ranks GW among the top colleges and universities making progress toward clean energy, and names it the best for its efforts to use solar power.
Dr. Maltzman will remain in the job until a successor is selected, will return to teaching.
The Institute, formerly known as the GW Health Workforce Institute, will continue its work to strengthen the health workforce worldwide.
Erin Flanagan, the MSSC business operations manager, is a jack-of-all trades as she regularly jumps from spreadsheets to student engagement.
The report offers recommendations from faculty-led working groups examining four key areas of GW’s research environment.
University details enhancements to time off program, will release comprehensive guide for employees.
Elizabeth Chacko brings 20 years of GW experience, including as professor and associate dean for undergraduate studies in the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences.
The Elliott School will launch a Bachelor of Science degree in fall 2019 designed to give students training in international affairs and STEM-related fields.
The B.A. candidate in journalism and mass communication will speak about overcoming fear.
Cindy McCain, alumna Christine Darden also will receive honorary degrees at the May 19 ceremony.
The university is not named in the federal investigation, but officials are adding additional safeguards to further protect against the issues raised in the case.