The university communicated updates about belonging retrieval to students and reaffirmed its commitment to non-discriminatory academic programs.
Dr. LeBlanc recognizes health care and safety providers, students, faculty and staff, notes GW continues to operate to fulfill its essential public health, clinical and educational missions.
GW Cares Student Assistance Fund supports students with financial hardships, including those related to COVID-19.
GW announced alternative plans for commencement, extended telework for employees and other important information to assist the GW community.
Promising Futures engages D.C. middle and high school students as ambassadors and peer educators with a focus on everything from health to leadership skills.
GW will extend the virtual learning period through the end of the spring semester, cancel all on-campus events.
Health care workers affected are in self-isolation and are doing well.
Dr. LeBlanc also spoke about shared governance and provided an update on strategic planning.
Students are encouraged to go home for spring break if they are able to do so.
The fund will allow the Store to continue bridging gaps toward a more food-secure community.
About 92 percent of graduates secured post-graduation plans within six months of graduation.
Ten students surprised with news that they received four-year Stephen Joel Trachtenberg Scholarships.
Feedback provided online and during the public forums will be used to improve the four strategic planning committee reports.
Dr. LeBlanc provides an update on the university’s planning around COVID-19, previously referred to as the novel coronavirus.