THE podcast: Steven Knapp interview

The president of George Washington University talks in-depth about his time at the university

June 16, 2016
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President of George Washington University, Steven Knapp, talks to Times Higher Education about diversity, the cost of education, the US presidential election and gun control.

President Knapp is in conversation with THE digital and communities editor Chris Parr, and reporter Ellie Bothwell. The interview was recorded on 3 June 2016.

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