Media Events

Diversity Among the White House Press Corps Explored at GW Discussion

April 23, 2014

The White House Correspondents' Association and the GW will explore diversity among the White House press corps, April 28.

Virginia Secretary of Education Anne Holton to Attend GW Science, Technology and Engineering Day

April 21, 2014

Virginia Secretary of Education Anne Holton will attend student workshops and provide brief remarks to high school students on April 24 on the importance of science, technology and engineering.

Buzz Aldrin, Charles Bolden and Alan Stern to Present Vital Reasons for Human to Mars Mission at Conference

April 17, 2014

Explore Mars and the George Washington University Space Policy Institute will host the second annual Humans to Mars Summit, April 22-24.

Ben Folds to Perform Solo Concert at GW Lisner Auditorium

April 16, 2014

On April 28 Ben Folds will take the stage for a solo performance at GW Lisner Auditorium as part of the #LisnerRocks concert series.

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.

GW in the News

Recent Headlines

The Associated Press: Spy plane outlasts Cold War, but not defense cuts. Last August, the National Security Archive released CIA documents about the U-2 program.

Christian Science Monitor: How a lab accident could revolutionize energy storage. Michael Keidar, director of the Institute for Nanotechnology, was quoted. 

CNN: That ethics complaint against Harry Reid? 'Meritless' says his office. Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, was quoted. 

The Washington Post: Breaking bad: Gender pay gap narrows, but women shouldn’t be happy about it.  Joann Weiner, professor of economics, authored the article.

U.S. News & World Report: Decide if a STEM High School Is Right for Your Child. Sharon Lynch, professor of curriculum of pedagogy, was quoted.

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.