Media Events

An Inquiry into Rankings in Education: Current Landscape and Prospects for the Future

Participants will discuss U.S. and international perspectives on rankings, methodological issues, accountability and rankings outside of education in event on Nov. 5.

GW Law School to Host ‘Financial Stability after Dodd-Frank: Have We Ended Too Big to Fail?’

The George Washington University’s Center for Law, Economics and Finance (C-LEAF) will host a conference of leading experts to address financial regulators’ progress in developing a framework that will allow large financial institutions to “fail” without harming the economy, Nov. 5.

GW Law School to Host 2014 Design Law Symposium

“Design Law 2014” will bring design leaders from industry, government, private practice and academia together at the George Washington University Law School to explore the legal and business issues resulting from these recent developments, Nov. 21.

Linda Thomas-Greenfield to Discuss US’s Next Steps for Engagement in Africa at GW Event

Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Linda Thomas-Greenfield will visit GW’s Elliott School of International Affairs to discuss the recent U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit, Nov. 3.

GW Lisner Presents Flamenco Musician Diego El Cigala

Diego El Cigala will perform at GW Lisner, Nov. 18

Lee Ann Womack to Perform Songs From First Album Produced in Six Years at GW Lisner

GRAMMY Award-winning artist Lee Ann Womack will perform at GW Lisner, Nov. 14

GW in the News

Recent Headlines

Bloomberg quoted John Logsdon, professor emeritus of political science and international affairs and part of the Space Policy Institute, in the article “NASA Panel Warned About Risks of Budget Cargo Missions,” by Chris Strohm, Alan Levin and Kathleen Miller.

Fox News (online) quoted Lara Brown, director of the Political Management program, and mentioned the results of a recent GW Battleground Poll, in the article “Economy remains key for candidates, voters despite foreign crises,” by Barnini Chakraborty.

WYPR-FM’s “The Environment in Focus,” Baltimore, spoke to Lynn Goldman, dean of the Milken Institute School of Public Health, about the herbicide 2, 4-D

WUSA-9 “News at 11 p.m.” spoke to senior Shayda Shahbazi about the experiment she lost aboard the supply rocket that exploded.

Comcast Sportsnet spoke to Mike Lonergan, men’s head basketball coach, about the upcoming season.