The site for the inauguration of Thomas LeBlanc as George Washington University’s 17th president offers information on events, tips for travelers coming to D.C. and FAQs, among other items.
George Washington President Thomas LeBlanc held a community meeting with faculty and staff.
Two-week fitness challenge offers Apple Watch, lunch and bragging rights to individuals and teams in GW community who log the most steps.
Thomas LeBlanc emphasizes need to integrate experiences between multiple campuses.
Series of meetings continues after three held on Foggy Bottom Campus in September.
George Washington President Thomas LeBlanc moderated the event featuring D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe and U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin.
Dr. LeBlanc addresses Title IX guidance issued by the U.S. Department of Education.
Neighborhood amenities will be offered as part of the redevelopment project.
Dr. LeBlanc outlined five areas of focus during the first meeting of the 2017-18 Faculty Senate.
Nine GW alumni were killed during terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. The university community paused Monday to mourn and celebrate their lives.
At official freshman Convocation and day of welcome, GW students, faculty and staff put in work at 40 sites around Washington, D.C.
Institutional culture, undergraduate experience, research and fundraising are among President LeBlanc’s areas of focus.
Dr. LeBlanc on his nickname, time travel, hobbies, food, music and the question—dog or cat?
President Thomas LeBlanc told a group of local community members that GW is committed to being a good neighbor.
Ability to admit students without regard to origin, ethnicity or proof of residency status makes GW a “better institution,” says President LeBlanc.
The first three will take place this week on the Foggy Bottom Campus at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. Thursday and noon Friday.
Ceremony introduces new post-baccalaureate Colonials to administrators—including President Thomas LeBlanc—faculty and colleagues.
Colonials marked the start of the academic year with lemonade with the LeBlancs at F Street House and the annual First Night celebration.
The George Washington University's Virginia Science and Technology Campus welcomed President Thomas LeBlanc to the campus's Proud to Be GW celebration on Tuesday outside of Enterprise Hall.
Colonials from seven decades met the LeBlancs and joined the weekend celebration at the Charles E. Smith Center.
Annual employee celebration gave staffers an opportunity to meet the new university president.
In message to the university community, Dr. LeBlanc says, "we must condemn acts of racism and hate."
President Thomas LeBlanc and his wife, Anne, thank the George Washington University community for a warm welcome and say they look forward to the upcoming academic year.
More than 100 GW community members gathered to greet President Thomas LeBlanc on his first day, with students meeting him outside his F Street House on the Foggy Bottom Campus and leading him towar
George Washington President Thomas LeBlanc opens a three-day conference on scientific integrity and knowledge sharing.
GW's 17th president thanks community for warm welcome and says he looks forward to new academic year.
The coming weeks will include meetings and events with members of the university community as Thomas LeBlanc and his wife, Anne, settle into their new home on campus.
Names Aristide Collins chief of staff and Betty Freyre director of administration for president’s office.
GW’s incoming president talks about his preparation for the job, GW’s strong points and other issues.
Dr. LeBlanc addressed members of the university community on Friday, saying that leading GW will be a great honor, challenge and "incredibly exciting adventure."
Dr. LeBlanc brings extensive experience in academic leadership, innovation and budgetary management.
Board of Trustees Chair Nelson Carbonell said the search committee continues to receive nominations.
More than 100 candidates have been nominated for university president.
After a series of community town halls, the Board of Trustees has developed its profile for the next university leader.
Board of Trustees hosts 11 town halls to hear from students, faculty, staff and alumni.
Faculty Consultative Committee to include 16 faculty members, including non-tenure track and specialized faculty.
Forums for students, faculty, staff and alumni will be held on campus the week of Sept 12.
Executive search firm Isaacson, Miller has been selected to assist in the university's search for its 17th president.
Trustee Madeleine Jacobs will chair the 19-member group tasked with identifying candidates to be the university’s next leader.