Robert Lichter, professor in the Department of Communication and director of the Center for Media and Public Affairs at George Mason University, was recently quoted in an article in The Hill about the Republican presidential candidates' approach to the media.
Alan Cheuse, professor of English at George Mason University and National Public Radio's voice of books, recently reviewed "Tales of the New World," a collection of stories by Sabina Murray which chronicles explorers from the past.
In an article for PC Magazine, Michael Miller covered the Techomony conference, in which George Mason University economist Tyler Cowen argued that technological progress is lacking and hurting the U.S. economy.
Steve Barnes, director of the Center for Eurasian Studies at George Mason University, recently authored a blog post, titled: "Why Russian Historians Should Blog." Russian and Soviet history fall in Barnes' area of research expertise.
Former Jersey City police chief Frank Gajewski was honored by his city's municipal council in light of his recent induction into the Center for Evidence-Based Policing's Hall of Fame at George Mason University. The center is run by David Weisburd and Cynthia Lum, faculty members of the Department of Criminology, Law and Society.