- August 16, 2023
During July 17-20th, 36 passionate students could be found on George Mason University’s campus, facing some of today’s toughest challenges and buzzing with potential solutions. While the field of Conflict Resolution may not be known to all, these students took advantage of an opportunity to engage in discussions over topics like minority issues, climate change, guns in society, immigration, and discrimination.
- August 10, 2023
The Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution has launched a new website: “Conflict Resolution Resource Hub for Teachers” (https://teach.conflictresolution.gmu.edu). Designed for high school teachers, this site provides free resources and activities to help teachers include non-partisan conflict analysis and resolution tools into their lessons regarding historical and contemporary real-world problems.
- U.S. Air Force and George Mason University Partner to Modernize Warfighter Mission Training, Education and ResearchJuly 17, 2023
U.S. Air Forces Central (AFCENT) formalized a partnership with George Mason University for joint research, rapid capability development, warfighter training, and education to support the mission readiness of the Ninth Air Force.
- July 13, 2023
The Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution at George Mason University and Restorative Arlington, a local 501(c)(3) non-profit that provides restorative justice services to the schools, legal system, and communities of Arlington County and the City of Falls Church, have signed an affiliation agreement that would facilitate collaboration between the two organizations and further cement the Carter School’s profile as a key resource in alternative dispute resolution in the DMV.
- George Mason University Names Jackie Ferree to the New Position of Senior Vice President of Operations and Business ServicesJuly 13, 2023
Jackie Ferree has been selected as Mason’s first Senior Vice President of Operations and Business Services following a national search.
- George Mason Board of Visitors approves $300 tuition increase with possible rollback for in-state undergraduate studentsMay 5, 2023
The George Mason University Board of Visitors (BOV) on Thursday approved by majority a $300 increase in tuition, and a 3% increase in mandatory student fees, and room and board for the 2023-24 academic year, but will keep in-state undergraduate tuition flat if the Virginia General Assembly approves the university’s funding requests in the forthcoming state budget.
- April 27, 2023
The largest school naming gift in the university’s history, part of a $1B fundraising effort, will support Mason’s growing entrepreneurship and innovation programs.
- April 19, 2023
FAIRFAX, VA (April 19, 2023) George Mason University President Gregory Washington has named Marvin Lewis as the Patriots’ Assistant Vice President and Director of Intercollegiate Athletics. Lewis, who signed a five-year contract, will become Mason’s sixth athletics director when he begins on July 1.
- March 30, 2023
A key starter on the 2006 George Mason Final Four team and one of the best all-around guards in program history, Skinn returns to his alma mater after nearly a decade of collegiate coaching.
- March 23, 2023
“We are moving quickly and looking nationwide to identify our next men’s head basketball coach, and we expect to have an announcement soon,” Washington said.