Chief People Officer Dana Bradley discusses options for affected staff.
Beginning Aug. 28 at 5 p.m., access to all of GW’s campuses will be limited to only those who have special permission to be on campus.
With the university shifting to online-only instruction in the fall, university leadership hosted a series of virtual forums to address community questions and concerns.
Melissa Feuer, the college’s associate dean for student and academic affairs, will begin her new role on Sept. 1.
GW leadership announces all undergraduate and most graduate classes to be online in fall semester.
Gifts and commitments to the university from July 2019 through June 2020 total more than $102 million.
Flexibility will remain key as plans evolve for the fall semester, and protecting the GW community’s health and safety is the foremost priority, leadership told the Faculty Senate on Friday.
During a virtual George Talks Business event, GW public health and safety experts reviewed measures for testing, contact tracing and quarantining on campus.
Dr. Wahlbeck has been interim dean of GW’s largest school since 2018.
President LeBlanc hailed the reversal as “the right decision” for international students and those who advocate for them.
The former American studies chair will take a year’s sabbatical before returning to the classroom.
The George Washington University is proud to enroll international students from more than 130 countries.
University also targets reversing all greenhouse gas emissions it has produced in its nearly 200-year history.
The framework includes principles, procedures and considerations for addressing the proposed renaming of on-campus buildings and memorials.