Kashdan, Manuel-Scott, Shutika to Speak at Admissions Event

Faculty Speak to Prospective Students at Mason Fall Premiere

by B.J. Koubaroulis

On Nov. 14, 2009, three members of the George Mason University faculty will speak with prospective Mason students during a series of short lectures as part of an undergraduate admissions event called Mason Fall Premiere.

Psychology’s Todd Kashdan, African and African American Studies’ Wendi Manuel-Scott, and Folklore’s Debra Shutika offered students a unique opportunity to speak directly with future professors and teachers.

Kashdan, Manuel-Scott and Shutika -- key faculty from George Mason’s College of Humanities and Social Sciences -- made themselves available so that students can see why Mason has become the public university to watch in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area.

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