Media Events

Mysteries Unveiled: Authors to Address Burning Questions From Latest Works

The Jewish Lit Live series, which will take place throughout the spring at the George Washington University starting Feb. 5.

Iraqi Ambassador to US to Speak at GW

Lukman Faily, Iraqi ambassador to the United States, will speak at GW’s Elliott School of International Affairs on Feb. 3.

Sounds of South African Political Upheaval and Freedom to Ring

Hugh Masekela and Vusi Mahlasela to bring the sounds of South Africa to George Washington University's Lisner Auditorium on Feb. 22.

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.

‘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.

GW in the News

Recent Headlines

Reuters quoted Nathan Brown, professor of political science and international affairs, in the article “Egyptian prosperity, not protests, could define Sisi rule,” by Maggie Fick.

The Atlantic referenced research coauthored by GW in the article “How to Bring Pro Football Into the 21st Century,” by Jeff Nussbaum.

The Wall Street Journal quoted Jeffrey Manns, associate professor of law, in the article “S&P Near $1.37 Billion Settlement of Crisis-Era Suits,” by Timothy W. Martin.

Inside Higher Ed quoted Sandy Baum, professor of higher education, in the article “Politics of the 529 Plan,” by Michael Stratford.

CSPAN aired the Senate confirmation hearing for Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch at which Jonathan Turley, J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law, testified.