Media Events

Safe Passage: Exploring the Obstacles That Prevent Education for Women and Girls

They daylong summit will examine the challenges women face throughout their lives to access education and prevent violence, April 28.

Charting A New Course: Stories of Women Transforming Vulnerable Lives

The two performances aim to shed light on the global issue of gender-based violence, April 27 and 28.

The Process Behind Art is Front and Center in Luther W. Brady Art Gallery’s New Exhibition

The Luther W. Brady Art Gallery will open its new exhibition "Art in the Making: A New Adaptation" on Wednesday, May 6, 2015 at 6 p.m.

GW to Co-Host U.S.-Israel Defensive Cyberspace Operations and Intelligence Conference

The annual Defensive Cyberspace Operations and Intelligence Conference and Exhibitions will take place April 27-28.

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.

GW in the News

Recent Headlines

The Washington Times quoted Lara Brown, director of the Political Management program, in the article “Obama equals Ronald Reagan popularity as economy, gas prices boost job approval,” by Ben Wolfgang.

Voice of America quoted Gregg Brazinsky, associate professor of history and international affairs, in the article "Abe's US Visit to Focus on Controversial Statements," by Jee Abbey Lee.

The Washington Post quoted Susan Dudley, director of the Regulatory Studies Center, in the article “Carly Fiorina’s claim that not ‘a single regulation’ has ever been repealed,” by Glenn Kessler.

In Roll Call, Amitai Etzioni, University Professor and Professor of International Affairs, authored the article “Majority of Americans Exhibit ‘Economic Insecurity.’

Fast Company mentioned a GW study on workplace gender diversity in the article "These are the companies winning the race to increase diversity," by Lydia Dishman.