Each year the College of Humanities and Social Sciences celebrates individuals whose leadership, research, service, and contributions have made outstanding contributions to their fields, their communities, and to George Mason University.
These CHSS alumni, students, faculty, and staff showcase how the humanities and social sciences drive our community forward in advancing cutting-edge research, impactful service, and critical competencies for today's global and knowledge-based economy.
Ailsa Ware Burnett
BS Public Administration '93, MA Sociology '96, MPA '07
Kathy E. Hollinger
Masters of Interdisciplinary Studies
BA Environmental and Sustainability Studies '15, Masters of Interdisciplinary Studies '18
BS Criminology, Law and Society '24
Virgil H. Storr
MA Economics '00, PhD '03
Danielle B. Craddock
Dr. Melanie R. Hill
MA English '12
Paul J. Liberty
BA English '88
Brandon O. Thompson
BS Administration of Justice '08
BA Communication '23
David J. Freedman, Esq.
BA Philosophy, BA Foreign Languages '98
Debra Lattanzi Shutika
MA English '93
PhD Cultural Studies '04
Eric N. Gonzaba
MA History '14, CERG Women and Gender Studies '14, PhD History '19
MAIS '92, CERG Education '02, DA '05
Marcella M. Robertson
BA Communication '11
Richard N. Gerrard
MA History '89
Rolando Flores Santos
BA Global Affairs '18
MA Sociology '92
BA Foreign Languages '95
Spencer R. Crew
Clarence J. Robinson Professor of History
Lulu Géza Kelemen
BA Integrative Studies '11, CERG Women and Gender Studies '15, MA Sociology '15
BA Religious Studies '19
Sarah Nawab, Esq.
BA Government and International Politics '16
Sean M. Marsh
MA Psychology '99, PhD '05
BA Sociology '91, MPA '04
BA Integrative Studies '22, MAIS '23
Join us to celebrate our Community and Catalyst awardees on Thursday, November 18 at 7 p.m.
Our event is free and open to the public.
Registration is required to receive the event link.