Grace Speights said strategic plan approval is planned for May 2020, while diversity and shared governance are among her priorities as chair.
GW community members invited to share feedback on how to best recruit, retain and promote a top-notch faculty at Oct. 16 forum.
The committee seeks to define high-impact research across disciplines and identify a path to preeminence.
The university announced the David S. Dolling Endowed Scholarship in Engineering to support women in SEAS.
Mr. Nashman held an honorary degree from GW and was a longtime friend and supporter of the university.
M. Brian Blake, a transformative leader and provost at Drexel University, has for 20 years strengthened top universities with excellence in teaching, research and administrative roles.
The first public forum on Oct. 10 will seek feedback from the GW research community as the committee works toward recommendations on high-impact research for the strategic plan.
President Thomas LeBlanc told the Board of Trustees the committees will organize outreach and engagement opportunities over the coming month.
Committees of faculty, staff and students will collect input and develop recommendations. A task force of trustees, faculty and other constituents also has formed.
The university will improve security in residential, academic and administrative buildings.
The report finds that overall reported crime in 2018 declined or remained flat at the university.
GW launched its employee philanthropy campaign at a reception honoring faculty and staff donors.
The GW alumnus was a political commentator and staunch advocate for D.C. statehood.
During a Colonials Weekend ceremony, the School of Business unveiled a historic bust of Benjamin Franklin to honor the namesake university that merged with GW in 1987.