Media Events

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.

Charting A New Course: Stories of Women Transforming Vulnerable Lives

The two performances aim to shed light on the global issue of gender-based violence, April 27 and 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 to Co-Host U.S.-Israel Defensive Cyberspace Operations and Intelligence Conference

The annual Defensive Cyberspace Operations and Intelligence Conference and Exhibitions will take place April 27-28.

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Recent Headlines

The Washington Post quoted Ronald Weitzer, professor of sociology, in the article “Why you should be wary of statistics on ‘modern slavery’ and ‘trafficking,’” by Glenn Kessler.

Bloomberg Business quoted Alan B. Morrison, Lerner Family Associate Dean for Public Interest and Public Service Law, in the article “Health Insurers Could Take $180 Million From Concussed Ex-NFL Players,” by David Armstrong.

HealthyDay quoted Larissa May, associate professor of emergency medicine, in the article “Antibiotic Shortages On the Rise in U.S.,” by Steven Reinberg.

Washington City Paper discussed Gilberto Gil’s upcoming performance is Lisner in the article “Gilberto Gil at Lisner Auditorium,” by Steve Kiviat.

In Federal Times, Chris Cummiskey, senior fellow in the Center for Cyber and Homeland Security, authored the article “Postal worker's gyrocopter stunt delivers urgent message.”