Media Events

What if You Could See What a Dancer Feels on Stage?—You Can

Maida Withers Dance Construction Company will celebrate 40th season on March 19.

Andy Warhol Prints Featured in Luminaries exhibition at the Luther W. Brady Art Gallery

Luminaries: Portraits from the GW Permanent Collection will feature six Andy Warhol prints. Opening reception is Feb. 11.

UK National Crime Agency Director General to Address Global Crime at GW Event

Keith Bristow will present on transnational organized crime and its role as a national security threat, Jan. 29.

Former Asst. Sec. of Defense to Share Secrets to Surviving Washington at GW

Torie Clarke, former assistant secretary of defense for public affairs during the Bush Administration, will visit GW on Jan. 27 to discuss her new book “A Survivor's Guide to Washington: How to Succeed Without Losing Your Soul."

‘America’s Supernanny’ to Present Parenting Tips at GW

The George Washington University Parenting Initiative will host a conversation with Deborah L. Tillman, star of the Lifetime Television program “America’s Supernanny” on Feb. 4.

Voice of America Director to Discuss Global US Voice in Changing Media Landscape at GW

David Ensor, director of Voice of America, will visit GW on Jan. 27 to discuss challenges that the U.S.-funded media outlet faces as it presents to a global audience.

GW in the News

Recent Headlines

The Washington Post featured a meeting between Ava, the little girl who cried because she couldn’t meet George Washington, and the GW mascot at a men’s basketball game in the article “Girl who cried in viral video finally meets George Washington,” by Scott Allen.

Politico quoted Randall D. Eliason, professorial lecturer in law, in the article “Eric Holder plugs his legacy on leak case,” by Josh Gerstein.

NBC News (online) quoted Valerie Hu, professor of biochemistry and molecular biology, in the article “'Lightning Striking Twice': Autism Genes Randomly Mutated, Study Finds,” by Maggie Fox.

Kaiser Health News quoted Dale Lupu, program developer at the Center for Aging, Health & Humanities, in the article “Why should I start thinking about hospice care, for myself or a loved one?” by Caroline E. Mayer.

WTOP-FM (online) featured the men’s basketball team in the article “Colonials try to smooth out edges as they enter gauntlet of schedule,” by Noah Frank.