- November 14, 2023
Distinguished University Professor Faye Taxman and PhD Criminology student C.J. Appleton are being honored by the American Society for Criminologists at its annual meeting for their work contributing to justice and the treatment or prevention of criminal behavior.
- November 8, 2023
Mason alum Eman Pahlavani talks about his experience as an experienced entrepreneur.
- October 11, 2023
Meet some of Mason's students, faculty, and staff who represent the varied experience of Hispanic and Latinx Americans.
- September 27, 2023
Mason's annual Roger Wilkins Lecture is a tribute to the late Robinson Professor Emeritus of History and American Culture. Wilkins’ daughter, Elizabeth, was on hand Tuesday to introduce this year’s guest speaker, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Matthew Desmond.
- July 27, 2023
All year long, photographers in George Mason University’s Office of University Branding capture the moments that make Mason All Together Different. We asked our photographers to share their favorite photos from the 2022-23 school year.
- June 16, 2023
Peraton, a Virginia-based national security company, awarded 10 George Mason University Honors College students the Stu Shea Peraton Scholarship in National Security at the Honors College’s 15th Annual Research Exhibition and Awards Ceremony.
- December 8, 2022
During her time at Mason, University Scholar Aloana Hall had internships at the DC Volunteer Lawyers Project and the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia.
- December 1, 2022
Jill Deering, senior assistant dean of student and academic affairs at the Schar School, is the December Employee of the Month.
- November 10, 2022
Paul Deller and Michael Harris are part of a cohort of 11 Marine Corps officers attending Mason through the Congressional Fellowship Program, which gives Marines opportunities for professional development that include working on Capitol Hill for one year and enrollment in Mason’s graduate public policy program.
- October 18, 2022
Are the midterm elections the most consequential of our time? Maybe, maybe not. Jennifer Victor, associate professor of political science in Mason’s Schar School of Policy and Government and Mason president Gregory Washington wrestle with that, and you might be surprised at the answer. Want more surprises? Then hear why high voter turnout could be a double-edged sword for our democracy.