Media Events

First Modern Greek Sculpture on Public Grounds in D.C. to be Dedicated at GW

The George Washington University will host a dedication ceremony for “Poseidon,” by renowned sculptor George Zongolopoulos, on Oct. 1.

Former DHS Secretary Michael Chertoff to Headline GW Symposium on Cyberattacks on Government Contractors

Chertoff and other experts will discuss cybersecurity issues for government contractors, Sept. 29.

GW Lisner Presents Pulitzer Prize-Winning Graphic Novelist Art Spiegelman

Spiegelman will perform WORDLESS! at GW Lisner Oct. 21

GW Lisner Presents Balkan Brass Band Boban and Marko Marković Orchestra

Father-son duo will perform at GW Lisner Auditorium, Oct. 3

‘Icons of British Sculpture’ Exhibit to Be Presented by the George Washington University’s Luther W. Brady Art Gallery

“Icons of British Sculpture” is the first exhibition of GW's Luther W. Brady Art Gallery’s 2014-15 season, Aug. 28 - Oct. 10.

GW in the News

Recent Headlines

The New York Times referenced a study coauthored by GW in the article “Fall Foliage Travel Turns Adventurous,” by Julie Weed.

U.S. News & World report quoted John Banzhaf, professor of law, in the article “California 'Yes Means Yes' Law Worries Skeptics,” by Steven Nelson.

MSNBC quoted Jamie Chandler, part-time faculty in the Graduate School of Political Management, and Stephen Salzburg, Wallace and Beverley Woodbury University Professor of Law, in the article “The politics of replacing Eric Holder: Timing is everything,” Aliyah Fruman.

In The Hill, Tara Sonenshine, Shapiro Fellow in the School of Media and Public Affairs, authored the article “Will terrorists listen to US?”

The Washington Times reviewed a book by Henry Nau, professor of political science and international affairs, in the article “BOOK REVIEW: ‘Conservative Internationalism,’” by Wes Vernon.