Both are part of an ongoing university-wide effort to provide education and resources.
As a Title IX investigator, Ms. Reynolds works to make sure GW promotes fairness in the most holistic way.
The board also approved a new mission statement and nominated new leadership.
The 23rd annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service and Leadership saw the highest participation numbers in the last four years.
The Third Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Lecture tackled overcoming racist ideas and building an anti-racist America.
Dr. LeBlanc addresses strategic initiatives, resources for those affected by government shutdown.
While discussing her newly released books at GW, the senator from California emphasized her “no false choices” mantra.
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.