This prestigious award recognizes the value of doctoral research to the profession of art education and its related disciplines, advocates on behalf of such research, and fosters continued support of doctoral research in art education.
In a piece on the USNews & World Report's site, William Luther, MA Economics '11, PhD '12, faculty member at Kenyon College and Fellow, Mercatus Center, George Mason University, explains that bitcoin is no more a "criminal's currency of choice" than widely available $100 bills.
News Hub reports that Kimberly Mehlman-Orozco, a PhD graduate of the Department of Criminology, Law and Society, is researching the rationales of people convicted or terrorist-related crimes, by corresponding with them via mail. Her correspondents include "Jihad Jane" and Richard Reid.
Moved by the news coverage of the September 11 tragedy during her freshman year at Mason, Dianna Russini, BA Communication '05, went from being a Mason Patriot soccer player to working her way to her current position as an anchor and reporter at NBC News4's sports department.