Del. Charniele Herring (D-Alexandria), BA economics '93, has been appointed Democratic minority whip for the Virginia House of Delegates. She becomes the first woman in Virginia history to hold this position.
Alumna Ana Kay Yaghoubian returns to campus this year to host a series of career workshops for undergraduate students in Women and Gender Studies. The workshops include how to translate classes into job skills, gender in the workplace, and internship opportunities.
Newly minted graduates were not the only ones celebrating on Friday, May 20. At 12:30 that day, alumni of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences gathered in Mason Hall for the college’s annual Alumni of the Year Celebration.
George Mason University's Alumni Association selected three students from the College of Humanities and Social Sciences to receive three major scholarships. The awards will be presented at the University Scholarship Dinner in April.
Curt Klun, MPA '02, presented a case study on Tuesday, Oct. 19 examining 35 years of drug trafficking and the countering federal and law enforcement responses. Klun authored the study for the Project on National Security Reform.
The George Mason University Field House is an on-campus social hub where friends can get together and enjoy organized or quick pickup games of basketball. For John Robinson, MA sociology ’10, it was also a classroom and research facility.