Media Events

GW China Expert Shambaugh to Discuss Reform Challenges

China expert David Shambaugh will discuss the country’s pressing reform challenges at GW’s Elliott School of International Affairs, April 2.

Philip Bourne and Julie Segre to Offer Keynote Addresses at George Washington University Research Days

The keynote addresses will be given on the second day of the annual Research Days, April 1.

GW-Corcoran ‘NEXT’ Exhibition Showcases New Generation of Contemporary Artists

The George Washington University Corcoran School of the Arts and Design will host a press preview for the NEXT thesis exhibition on April 7 at 1:15 p.m.

George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum Debuts with Three Exhibitions

One of the museum's opening exhibitions will include the largest number of artworks from The Textile Museum’s collections ever displayed, March 21 - Aug. 24/Oct. 15.

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.

GW in the News

Recent Headlines

Politico quoted Ira S. Lupu, F. Elwood and Eleanor Davis Professor Emeritus of Law, in the article “Mike Pence reaps the whirlwind,” by Adam Lerner.

Bloomberg quoted Nikki Usher, assistant professor in the School of Media and Public Affairs, in the article “South African Trevor Noah to Succeed Stewart at ‘Daily Show,’” by Gerrit De Vynck and Gerry Smith.

The Washington Times quoted Lara Brown, director of the Political Management Program, in the article “Elizabeth Warren, in Edward Kennedy’s seat, displaces Obama as liberals’ champion,” by Ben Wolfgang.

In The Conversation, Susan Dudley, director of the Regulatory Studies Center, authored the article “Justices debate benefits and costs of EPA mercury power plant rule.”

In The Washington post, Orin Kerr, Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, authored the article “Affixing ankle bracelet to monitor suspect is a 'search,' Supreme Court holds.”