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Paul O’Dwyer Lecture Series: Fake News, Spotting Facts & Stopping Fiction

The Paul O’Dwyer Lecture Series Fake News: Spotting Facts & Stopping Fiction Wednesday, April 26 at 6:15pm *Doors will open at 5:45pm   Location: Jack Morton Auditorium School of Media and Public Affairs 805 21st Street, NW, Washington, DC   Description: Join The George Washington University’s Graduate School of Political Management (GSPM) for the annual Paul […]

Graduation Details! (The Abridged Version)

If you’re graduating this spring, you’re probably thinking, “while 287 separate graduation emails contain a lot of detail,” I’m still not sure where I’m supposed to be and when.  Fortunately, we’ve conducted a literature review of said emails and have consolidated their findings into a single blog post.  The Executive Summary is below: Graduation Dates […]

Politics and Policy Networking Forum

Interested in lobbying? Wondering how politics factor into careers in policy? Join us Tuesday, March 28 from 5-7 for a roundtable discussion with many of our alumni.  Even if you can’t make it for the whole time, we’d love to have your join for a portion of it! During the event, you’ll have a chance […]

Women’s Leadership Conference: Exploring Politics and Policy in the 21st Century

Join a diverse and engaging mix of speakers at the 18th Annual Women’s Leadership Conference: Exploring Politics and Policy in the 21st Century on Friday, March 31st, at the Mount Vernon Campus. This year’s conference is an opportunity to share ideas on the changing landscape of politics and policy and the role of media in […]

Live At Urban – Technology and the City: Routes to Women’s Economic Empowerment

Technology and the City: Routes to Women’s Economic Empowerment Wednesday, March 22, 2017, 2:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Light fare will be available at 2:00 p.m. Urban Institute 2100 M Street NW, 5th floor Washington, DC 20037 Women’s economic empowerment is critical for achieving women’s rights and gender equality, poverty reduction, and economic growth. Yet […]

“A Black Man in the White House” Book Discussion

​​Cornell Belcher, an award-winning pollster, has published the definitive book on racial fault lines in America during the Obama presidency. Belcher will discuss those stunning findings and his take on current affairs in a Conversation Series event with School of Media and Public Affairs Director Frank Sesno.   The event is free and open to the […]

2017 Bradley Syposium

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ENRP Speaker Series: Pathways to a Clean Energy Economy in 2050

Thursday, March 30th, 2017 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM Marvin Center, Room 405 2029 G Street, NW Karl Hausker, Ph.D., Senior Fellow, Climate Program, World Resources Institute, was the leader of the analytic and writing team for the latest study by the Risky Business Project: From Risk to Return: Investing in a Clean Energy Economy. […]

Town Hall on College Student Hunger and Homelessness

The Cisneros Hispanic Leadership Institute is proud to announce the first spring speakers event of their Cisneros Speakers’ Series on March 15. Speakers include Clare Cady of the College and University Food Bank Alliance, Ruben Canedo of UC-Berkeley, students experiencing these challenges, and Sara Goldrick-Rab of Temple University. Please join Temple University and the Cisneros […]

Corcoran Panel Discussion on Immigration

“Push Factors: Dialogues on Immigration” Tuesday, March 7, 6-9:30 p.m. Flagg Building, 500 17th Street, NW Hammer Auditorium RSVP Focusing on drivers of migration from Guatemala, photojournalists James Rodriguez and William B. Plowman and curator Heidi McKinnon will review their bodies of work in Guatemala over the last decade as well as current research into […]