New mobile laboratory at Gallaudet University processes tests reliably, quickly; Baltimore City Board of School Commissioners voted Feb. 23 to join effort.
Author: Carolina Inditech
The following statements were issued or posted on social media by the presidents of several Washington-area institutions of higher education
When I first met with the search committee, higher education already faced a looming demographic transformation amidst a continuing history of disparities of equity and access
WASHINGTON – Today, the Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area announces Andrew Flagel, Ph.D. as its new president and CEO. Flagel will begin his appointment on July 13, 2020. The Consortium is a nonprofit educational association of 17 member colleges and universities advancing innovation and collaboration across the National Capital area. Consortium members … Continued
Washington, July 1, 2020 — There will be three new presidents at Consortium member institutions as of July 1. The new president at George Mason University is Dr. Gregory Washington. He was formerly Dean, Henry Samueli School of Engineering at the University of California—Irvine. The new president at Prince George’s Community College is Dr. Falecia … Continued
The Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area strongly supports the actions by Mayor Bowser, northern Virginia, and Prince George’s and Montgomery Counties in Maryland in extending their respective public health emergency and stay-at-home orders. These decisions are based on evidence that the spread of Covid-19 continues in these areas, and on prioritizing the … Continued