The new dean aims to train the next generation of lawyers to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing world.
The fund allows friends of the university to make contributions that are invested and allocated at the donor’s discretion.
The George Washington University community gave feedback on the request for reconsideration of the Marvin Center name during two virtual town hall events last week.
Rankings are one way for students and families to determine a university’s fit for them, Provost M. Brian Blake said.
President LeBlanc and Provost Blake provide an update on GW enrollment after recent inaccurate news reporting.
GW leadership provides a public health update, including news about the new COVID-19 Testing Dashboard, as well as the latest information on spring planning.
The university is continuing discussions with faculty and staff leadership on the remaining actions necessary to address the financial impact of the pandemic this fiscal year.
The university hosted a virtual day of remembrance to mark the 19th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
We are taking this situation seriously and are here to support our community, Provost Blake and Dean Wahlbeck write in message to GW community.
"You are demonstrating every day that it matters less where we are and more how we are coming together," President Thomas LeBlanc writes in message to GW community.
President LeBlanc, Provost Blake, school deans and student leaders officially welcomed first-year students in a virtual ceremony.
A limited number of students, faculty and staff authorized to be on campus this fall will participate in regular COVID-19 testing and symptom monitoring.
The forum gave students and their families the opportunity to ask questions and learn about financial aid and other enrollment services.
The committees, which will assess requests for renaming, have confirmed their membership, are beginning to meet and will develop community outreach plans.