Media Events

‘Voices of American Design’: Light Falling on Grass

The George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum will host fifth Voices of American Design artist lecture on Thursday, May 28.

Michael Rogers, Director of National Security Agency, to Discuss State of Cybersecurity Threats to the U.S.

Admiral Rogers will discuss U.S. cybersecurity threats at Jack Morton Auditorium, May 11.

Pollsters to Reveal Results of Latest GW Battleground Poll

The George Washington University will present the findings of the latest GW Battleground Poll at a breakfast for reporters on May 11.

GW Confucius Institute to Host Tea Ceremony

The George Washington Confucius Institute will welcome the Guangdong Province Tea Culture Promotion Association to D.C. for an exhibition and seminar on Chinese tea culture on May 2.

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.

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 in the News

Recent Headlines

The New York Times quoted Robert Sesser, chair of the Department of Medicine, in the article “Treadmill May Be Riskiest Machine, but Injuries From It Still Rare,” by Sabrina Tavernise.

National Journal quoted Bob Carr, part-time faculty in the Graduate School of Political Management, in the article “Wanted: Millennial Candidates for Congress,” by Lisa Hagen.

The Washington Post quoted Orin Kerr, Fred C. Stevenson Research Professor of Law, in the article “U.S. appeals court: No warrant needed for stored cellphone location data,” by Ellen Nakashima.

Forbes mentioned that the Humans to Mars Summit is taking place at GW in the article “NASA: We’re Closer To Making It To Mars Than Ever Before,” by Eric Mack. 

BBC World News spoke to Aamir Ali, assistant professor of medicine, about food companies making healthier choices.