The 14th annual Multicultural Student Services Center Block Party gave GW students, faculty and staff the chance to showcase their heritage.
Dr. LeBlanc updates the university community on the progress of the strategic initiatives and emphasizes the importance of diversity and inclusion, Title IX policies.
The changes are driven by community suggestions after students raised concerns about racism and bias on campus.
The Sexual and Gender-Based Harassment and Interpersonal Violence Policy and related policy on prohibited relationships were approved by the GW Board of Trustees.
Coalition of students, faculty and staff has been driving force behind many sexual assault prevention initiatives, including changes to climate survey issued last week.
Original commission member Fred Harris, Congressman Bobby Scott and others express disappointment, determination during daylong forum at GW.
University administrators reaffirmed their commitment to working together with students and other community members on steps to improve their GW experience.
GW Women’s Leadership Conference tackles challenges of living in a global community and examines how inclusion could spur meaningful change.
Event is one of several steps President Thomas LeBlanc said the university would take after an offensive social media post.
Mandatory diversity training for all incoming students among steps university will take in response to offensive social media post.
President LeBlanc to meet with students on race relations.
Thomas LeBlanc reiterated his administrative priorities and emphasized the importance of "scholarship in all its forms
Dr. LeBlanc addresses Title IX guidance issued by the U.S. Department of Education.
Ability to admit students without regard to origin, ethnicity or proof of residency status makes GW a “better institution,” says President LeBlanc.