The forum will be held from noon to 2 p.m. Thursday at the Milken Institute School of Public Health.
The program manager for Military & Veteran Services aims to make GW a home for its military student community.
Students Give Feedback at High-Quality Undergraduate Education Strategic Planning Committee Town Halls
Two open forums gave undergraduates a chance to speak on their experience and express concerns.
Dr. LeBlanc reaffirmed his commitment to university-wide collaboration in developing the strategic plan and welcomed Provost Blake to GW.
Former mayors and prominent Washington, D.C., figures spoke about Mark Plotkin’s legacy in the District during a memorial service at GW.
Attendees stressed the importance of GW offering interdisciplinary and project-based educational opportunities.
New building at 2300 H Street slated to open in fall 2020.
Jamion Christian, who twice led Mount St. Mary’s to the NCAA Tournament, leads his team in its regular season home opener Saturday against Howard University.
Coach Jennifer Rizzotti said team’s depth, maturity and influx of new talent should lead to a successful season; home opener is Nov. 10 against Princeton.
Distinguished and Distinctive Graduate Education Strategic Planning Committee Holds First Public Forum
Attendees explored what criteria should be used to evaluate graduate programs and stressed the importance of retaining a diverse graduate student body.
The center expanded its urgent care hours for Saturdays and Sundays on the Foggy Bottom and Mount Vernon campuses.
During annual Faculty Assembly, faculty presented a petition to Faculty Senate and engaged with President Thomas LeBlanc on strategic planning process.
The associate director of student entrepreneurship programs in the GW Office of Innovation & Entrepreneurship wants to help students change the world.