The university placed among the top research institutions for generating Fulbright students, with a total of 11 students accepting the award in the 2018-2019 year.
The university diverted more waste and increased its reuse in fiscal year 2017, a progress report from Sustainable GW shows.
Dr. LeBlanc outlined context for GW’s next steps and Dean Brigety reported on the state of the Elliott School.
The board also approved a new mission statement and nominated new leadership.
The board will vote on nominees for chair, vice chair and secretary at its May meeting.
Certified volunteers will prepare tax returns until April 14.
The announcement comes after five years leading the George Washington University School of Law.
In Q & A, Chair Nelson Carbonell, Jr., explains the process and rationale for updating the statement.
As one of GW’s health safety specialists, D.C. native Ms. Bigelow uses her public health expertise to train students, faculty and staff on laboratory protocol.
After an assessment provided recommendations, staff have begun to implement changes that enhance communication and processes and put students first.
Mr. Manfra led the university’s alumni engagement for four years.
Announcement follows eight years at the helm of GW’s School of Medicine and Health Sciences.
Appointment follows five years as GW’s deputy executive vice president and treasurer.
Dr. LeBlanc addresses strategic initiatives, resources for those affected by government shutdown.