The Spring 2024 cohort of Next System Fellows is now open for applications, offering a unique path to realizing your ambitions. Creating a new world system is our ultimate goal and the focus of our research.
September marks the second anniversary since Afghan refugees started arriving in the D.C. area.
George Mason University’s Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship within the School of Business recently announced the launch of the RISE (Refugee and Immigrant Success through Entrepreneurship) Program as the first phase of the center’s SOAR Initiative this fall.
Mohammad Salama, George Mason University professor of Arabic, was recently appointed Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. Professor Salama, who is a core faculty member of the AbuSulayman Center for Global Islamic Studies steering committee, previously served as department chair for Modern and Classical Languages.
Portnoy’s work with and support of Mason’s Institute for Immigration Research is an extension of her commitment through The Immigration Learning Center to help more Americans understand the true picture of what immigrants and immigration means for our country.
Ric Chollar is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and an adjunct professor of Women & Gender Studies, Integrative Studies, and Social Work. He also previously served as the Associate Director the LGBTQ+ Resources Center. During Pride Month, Chollar reflects on its history and his years of LGBTQ+ advocacy on campus.
Graduates and their guests attending the degree celebrations will have the opportunity to hear from two distinguished speakers with extensive professional experience and deep ties to George Mason University.
Mason’s Forensics Team was recently awarded second place in the nation at the American Forensics Association National Speech Tournament (AFA-NST) with several students receiving individual honors. Mason’s Forensics Team has been the most successful team in the university’s history, continuously ranking in the national top 35 schools every year since 1975, the top five schools each year since 2007.