Media Events

GW Celebrates National Food Day

Students, faculty, and staff will participate in a series of on and off campus events to celebrate National Food Day, Oct. 20-25.

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

‘Voices of American Design’: First Public Event at the New George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum

Stephanie Odegard will lead the first lecture in the “Voices of American Design” series at the new George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum, Nov. 6.

Isabella Rossellini Embodies the Birds and the Bees in ‘Green Porno,’ Nov. 8

Ms. Rossellini will perform 'Green Porno' at GW Lisner, Nov. 8

‘Susan Roth: Form, Frame, Fold’ Exhibition Opens at GW’s Brady Art Gallery

'Susan Roth: Form, Frame, Fold' is the first solo exhibition of this artist’s work in three decades to be displayed Oct. 22 – Jan. 30, 2015.

GW Lisner Presents Bluegrass Musicians Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn with Del McCoury and David Grisman

Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn with Del McCoury and David Grisman will perform at GW Lisner, Oct. 31

GW in the News

Recent Headlines

National geographic quoted Gustavo Hormiga, Ruth Weintraub Professor of Biology Systematics and Evolutionary Biology of Spiders, in the article “Puppy-Size Tarantula Found: Explaining World’s Biggest Spider,” by Christine Dell’Amore.

Washingtonian quoted Rajeev Pandarinath, assistant professor of orthopedic surgery, in the article “5 Tips to Prevent Injury While You Exercise,” by Dora Grote.

The Washington Post quoted Larney Gump, professor of professional psychology, in the article “Is your boss making you sick?” by Rebecca Shannonhouse.

Tampa Bay Times “PolitiFact” quoted Elizabeth Rigby, associate professor of public policy and public administration, in the article “Amid Ebola cases, Cory Gardner blasts CDC spending on 'jazzercise,' 'urban gardens,'” by Louis Jacobson.

In The Courier-Journal, Gregory Squires, professor of sociology and public policy and public administration, and John Gilderbloom, coauthored the article “Forget Red and Blue states. Think Green and Brown.”