Media Events

The George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum Invites Families to Celebrate Grand Opening Festivities

The George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum will host family-friendly activities March 21 and 22.

GW to Launch Program to Prepare STEM Majors for Teaching Careers

GW to launch GWTeach program on March 3.

Inside the Labs at New GW Science and Engineering Hall, Largest Building of Its Kind in D.C.

GW will formally open its new Science and Engineering Hall, a $275 million, 500,000-square-foot building with state-of-the-art research facilities, on March 4.

Two Rich Music Traditions, Celtic and Indian, Collide on Stage

Zakir Hussain, notable Indian tabla, traditional Indian hand drums, player, will perform at GW Lisner on March 17.

Mysteries Unveiled: Authors to Address Burning Questions From Latest Works

The Jewish Lit Live series, which will take place throughout the spring at the George Washington University through April 23.

What if You Could See What a Dancer Feels on Stage?—You Can

Maida Withers Dance Construction Company will celebrate 40th season on March 19.

GW in the News

Recent Headlines

In The New York Times, Lawrence A. Cunningham, Henry St. George Tucker III Research Professor of Law, authored the article “Life After Buffett: Understanding Succession at Berkshire.”

The Washington Post discussed the women’s basketball victory over George Mason on March 1 in the article “No. 22 George Washington women thump George Mason to clinch first in Atlantic 10,” by Steven Goff.

The Christian Science Monitor referenced research by Stephen J. Rose, research professor at the George Washington Institute of Public Policy, in the article “Here come the jobs, finally,” by Mark Tumbull.

Bloomberg quoted Sarah Binder, professor of political science, in the article “Threat to Vacate Boehner’s Post Shows Depth of GOP Anger,” by Billy House.

The Chicago Tribune mentioned Richard Longstreth, professor of American studies, in the article ”Frank Lloyd Wright archives open up for preservation help,” by Felicia Dechter.