The Board of Trustees will establish a presidential transition committee to help onboard Thomas LeBlanc as the university’s 17th president.
GW students, faculty and staff should be aware of road closures, shuttle changes and general safety tips ahead of the Jan. 20 events.
Archives show GW’s permanent front-row seat to inaugural festivities.
Ribbon-cutting and inaugural conference on humanities and the Korean diaspora mark opening of new institute.
The program received “candidacy status” this month and aims to be fully accredited beginning in 2019.
Dr. LeBlanc addressed members of the university community on Friday, saying that leading GW will be a great honor, challenge and "incredibly exciting adventure."
Dr. LeBlanc brings extensive experience in academic leadership, innovation and budgetary management.
Dr. Knapp joins more than 170 higher education leaders in urging President-elect Trump to speed progress toward a clean energy future.
Students, faculty and staff can request to attend events, which will feature questions from audience members.
Changes are an effort to make the orientation program more personalized for undergraduate students, increase focus on academic mission and reduce financial cost to families.
The redevelopment will generate revenue for academic priorities.
The university continues to enhance retention efforts, engaging a wide range of partners who work together to support students’ success.
The George Washington University is committed to the health and safety of all our students.
Dr. Knapp is among hundreds of college and university presidents to sign the statement of support for undocumented immigrant students.