On August 27-29, George Mason University students, faculty, staff, and alumni are invited to sign a large steel support beam that will be installed in the new academic building that is the centerpiece of the Core Campus Project.
Scientific American cites a recent survey by the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication and the Mason's Center for Climate Change Communication to highlight Americans' growing concern about global warming.
In the latest episode of podcast Conversations with Tyler, Holbert H. Harris Chair of Economics Tyler Cowen discusses modern-day Russia with Russian-American author, journalist, and activist Masha Gessen.
The violently suppressed workers' demonstration of 1819, and the poem it inspired Percy Shelley to write, continue to have meaning for social movements today. Professor Eric Eisner reflects on teaching the subject in his Romanticism courses.
Levi Mitzen's, a 2019 anthropology/sociology double major who begins work on his sociology master's degree this fall, conducted summer research that considers graffiti as a political - not criminal - act. (Image by @marcusspiske via unsplash.com.)
Jennifer entered Mason’s program in clinical psychology in 2012 and graduated in August 2018. She excelled in research, teaching, and clinical work, and is remembered as a supportive friend and classmate to those around her.