Media Events

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.

‘Voices of American Design’: Visions Realized with Glass

Master glass artist Dan Dailey will host the third lecture in the “Voices of American Design” series at the new George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum, Feb. 12.

GW in the News

Recent Headlines

Bloomberg quoted Sarah Binder, professor of political science, in the article “Ellmers Says Abortion Ban Went Too Far as House Votes Backup,” by Billy House.

The Associated Press covered the GW men’s basketball victory over Fordham on Thursday, Jan. 22 in the article “Kopriva scores 19, George Washington Beats Fordham.”

The Washington Post quoted Lynda Maddox, professor of marketing, in the article “What’s up with all those acronym and vowel-less restaurant names?” by Becky Krystal.

U.S. News & World Report quoted Mohamad Koubeissi, director of the Epilepsy Center, in the article “Epilepsy 101: Living With Seizures,” by Kirstin Fawcett.

The Wall Street Journal mentioned an essay authored by Stephen Rose, research professor at the George Washington Institute of Public Policy, in the article “The U.S. Income Gap May Be Narrower Than We Think,” by Robert Litvan.