Media Events

‘Feeding the Planet Summit’ at GW: Telling the Story of Food in the Age of Climate Change

Planet Forward and GW will present the second “Feeding the Planet Summit,” engaging hundreds of students from more than a dozen U.S. universities, innovators, policymakers and storytellers in a dialogue about climate change as one of the greatest challenges facing agriculture, world food security and human development in the 21st century, April 23.

Advancing Heart Health in the US: Where Do We Stand?

Dr. Trayanova will address GW faculty and students at her lecture, April 23.

Former Yugoslav Prime Minister to Discuss Life, New Book at GW

Milan Panić, former prime minister of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, will visit GW’s Elliott School of International Affairs to celebrate the official release of his new book on April 20.

‘Voices of American Design’: ‘Up to My Old Tricks Again’

Artist Joyce J. Scott will host the fourth lecture in the "Voices of American Design series at the George Washington University and The Textile Museum on April 23.

Two Men with the Same Name Cross Paths in Mysterious Tale

The Corcoran School of the Arts and Design will host "The Lives of Hamilton Fish," a cinematic and live performance by artist Rachel Mason on April 22 at 7 p.m.

GW in the News

Recent Headlines

The Boston Globe mentioned the Women Executives in Leadership Program in the article “For women, business as usual at Biogen,” by Shirley Leung.

USA Today mentioned that the spring IMF meetings are currently taking place at GW in the article “Lagarde predicts EU, U.S. growth as China slows,” by Donna Leinwand Leger.

The Washington Post discussed an upcoming event at GW hosted by the Washington Post in the article “Event: Executive Actions — Steering Companies and Reimagining Industries, featuring HBO’s CEO,” by Seth McFarland.

Fox News Latino quoted Matthew Dallek, assistant professor of political management, in the article “Camp of presidential candidatures so far is most diverse,” by Elizabeth Llorente.

The Wall Street Journal quoted Sarah Binder, professor of political science, in the article “In Congress, Dissecting Deals for Clues to a Formula,” by Susan Benkelman.