Media Events

GW Lisner Welcomes Milton Nascimento on World Tour Celebrating 50-Year Career

Milton Nascimento will perform at GW Lisner, Nov. 20

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

GW in the News

Recent Headlines

The Wall Street Journal quoted Rebecca Katz, associate professor in the Department of Health Policy, in the article “Few Ebola Cases Found by Airport Checks,” by Andrew Tangel, Heather Haddon and Josh Dawsey.

WUSA-CBS 9 (online) quoted David Rehr, director of the Advocacy in the Global Environment program, in the article “Could the MD Governor's race be tightening?” by Jim Osman.

In The Washington Post, Hope Harrison, associate professor of history and international affairs, authored the article “Five myths about the Berlin Wall.”

In CNN, Gonul Tol, adjunct professor in the Institute for Middle East Studies, authored the article “Why Kobani could be an opportunity for Turkey, the Kurds and the U.S.”

In The Huffington Post, David Fontana, associate professor of law, authored the article “Americans Are Not Isolationists.”