Dr. LeBlanc speaks to GW community about recent racist incidents in the U.S. involving black Americans.
Mr. Johnson was a GW alumnus, onetime prisoner of war and a long-serving member of Congress.
Provost Blake and CFO Diaz announced that $9.1 million in federal CARES Act funds will be available to eligible students.
The majority of university employees will continue to telework as D.C. prepares to resume activities.
Members of faculty will consult regularly with the administration in the coming weeks on planning in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Solar panels installed on roofs of five buildings on the Foggy Bottom campus.
GW employees who are able should continue teleworking until further notice.
Reports included messages of gratitude, plans for the university’s future as GW concludes the spring semester.
Video messages from graduates, music performances of the alma mater and fight song, and words of wisdom from leadership help mark an unprecedented day.
Seniors celebrated a continued legacy of giving and their contributions to the Senior Class Gift Campaign.
GW alumni, many of whom graduated during the 2008-09 financial crisis, offer advice for students graduating during tough times.
The 2020-22 Presidential Fellows plan to give back to the GW and D.C. communities while continuing their education.
Dr. Lusardi, an internationally recognized GWSB researcher and professor, was appointed to the highest rank of the university this year.
We are learning more about the range and magnitude of the budget challenges we will face in the next fiscal year, President LeBlanc writes.
Board of Trustees Chair Grace Speights, President Thomas LeBlanc and Provost M. Brian Blake addressed the Senate during its first meeting of the 2020-21 session.