"Students are expected ... not only to write, but to publish. ...Students are required to publish, or make public, their writings. ... At first, this may consist of emails to associates, letters to the editor and posts on personal blogs. As students progress and mature in their content and writing skills, they seek out more formal venues for publication."
This begs the question: Have the GWU faculty "progress[ed] and mature[ed] in their content and writing skills" to the point where they can publish in a more formal venue?
I challenge the readers of this blog to show me even one example where a faculty member of GWU has ever published something in a third-party publication while at the school. (Groft's letters to the SUU student newspaper editor don't count!)
I'm going to go out a limb and say there haven't been any -- prove me wrong!