The letter to congressional leaders came after a federal judge in Texas closed the DACA program to future applicants.
Testamentary gifts from the King family will fund the GW Chemistry Department’s first endowed professorship and support GW Hillel.
Four alumni were invited to serve based on their common passion for and commitment to GW.
Renaming decision follows extensive university community engagement and review under new guidelines.
At the Institute for Data, Democracy & Politics, Dr. Lukito will study the relationship between state-sponsored disinformation on social media, news coverage and state violence.
A higher education legal expert and 25-year veteran of GW’s legal office, Mr. Barber has served as deputy general counsel since 2007.
Dr. Yang, executive director of GW Nursing’s Center for Health Policy and Media Engagement, studies policy issues at the intersection of the legal and health systems.
As vice provost for faculty affairs, Professor Bracey has supported faculty teaching and research across all disciplines and encouraged faculty participation in decision-making.
The Marcus Foundation, through a partnership with The iCenter, builds on GW’s strengths in Jewish education and Judaic studies.
Specialists from a variety of medical fields answered community questions on topics from potential vaccine side effects to vaccinating while pregnant.
University will observe Juneteenth holiday, President LeBlanc writes, and urges community to continue to actively contribute to the fight for racial justice and true equality.
Christine Brown-Quinn, M.B.A. ’92, is a career expert, author and consultant with a background in international finance.
Vaccination will be required for all students, faculty and staff who plan to return to campus in the fall.
Aicha Evans, B.S. ’96, was recognized for her work leading self-driving startup, Zoox, which was purchased by Amazon for $1.2 billion.