Media Events

Acclaimed Series ‘What Makes It Great’ with Rob Kapilow will Explore Vivaldi’s ‘Four Seasons’

April 15, 2014

On April 27 Rob Kapilow and The Peabody Chamber Orchestra will explore “Spring” and “Summer” from Vivaldi’s “Four Seasons.”

MOMIX’s Newest Work, ‘Botanica’ Comes to D.C., Co-Presented By GW Lisner and Washington Performing Arts Society

April 15, 2014

The concerts on April 25 and 26 fuse elements of dance, theater and cinema with whimsical props, set to a soundtrack ranging from birdsong to Vivaldi.

George Washington University to Host Research Symposium on Urban Quality of Life

April 11, 2014

The GW Sustainable Urban Planning program will host a research symposium on the urban quality of life, April 18.

Nutritionist Marion Nestle to Speak at GW

April 10, 2014

GW presents a public lecture by Marion Nestle, consumer activist, nutritionist, award-winning author and academic, April 15.

“What Not to Wear: Women Sculptors” Exhibition at GW Brady Art Gallery

April 10, 2014

Inventive sculptures of women’s apparel through unconventional materials: steel, wire, stone, feathers, paper and aluminum. Open to the public April 16-June 27.

Astrophysicist and Author Mario Livio to Speak at GW School of Engineering and Applied Science

April 10, 2014

GW presents the 2014 Frank Howard Distinguished Lecture, delivered by renowned astrophysicist and prize-winning author Mario Livio, April 17.

GW in the News

Recent Headlines

The Washington Post Express: For these grad students, it’s a work in progress. A look at the entrepreneurship opportunities at GW.

The Washington Post: GW, Arena Stage Conference looks at War, and Art of Portraying it. GW is co-hosting the Civil War Project next week.

The Chronicle of Higher Education: Paying for College: Experts Gather in Search of New Models. Sandy Baum, research professor of education policy, was quoted. 

CNBC: Travelers spending more in a quest for unexplored territory. GW, in conjunction with Adventure Travel Trade Association, tracked adventure travel spending.

The New York Times: Concussion Cases Inspire New Course at George Washington's Law School. GW's School of Law has a course dedicated to addressing traumatic brain injuries.

GW President Emeritus Leaves $1.15 Million to the Elliott School of International Affairs

March 28, 2014

GW's Elliott School of International Affairs has received a $1.15 million bequest from The Lloyd H. and Evelyn E. Elliott Charitable Remainder Trust.

GW’s Elliott School of International Affairs New Home of The Washington Quarterly

March 26, 2014

GW's Elliott School of International Affairs will sponsor The Washington Quarterly beginning with the journal’s spring 2014 issue.