- September 7, 2023
Rock stars abound! University undergraduates are invited to a weekend-long policy communications and writing workshop in Arlington, Virginia—for free, hotel included. Apply now!
- July 12, 2023
10,070 applications, 850 finalists: 8 Schar School scholars nail Presidential Management Fellowships.
- April 20, 2023
George Mason University President Gregory Washington presented 12 of the university’s faculty members with Awards for Faculty Excellence. The Schar School’s Justin Gest was one of them, recognizing his groundbreaking research in immigration.
- April 10, 2023
Ben VanHook addressed a UN forum on the goals of neurodivergent people this month. He’s trying to gain not just acceptance but appreciation of autistic individuals such as himself.
- Cabinet Posts: Two Schar School Grads Picked to Lead Maryland Environment, Natural Resources AgenciesMarch 7, 2023
Meet the two Schar School graduates who are among the new cabinet members in Maryland Governor Wes Moore’s administration. They both lead environmental agencies.
- December 7, 2022
Is Julian Assange a criminal or a persecuted journalist? A Hayden Center panel attempted to find an answer.
- 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.
- Thu, 11/08/2018 - 05:00
The first students in a new Headquarters Marine Corps program, which makes higher education opportunities available to Marine Corps Officers, began studies in July at the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University.
- July 12, 2023
Schar School 2007 alumna made news—again—this week when she was named Restaurateur of the Year by the Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington. Find out how a Master of Public Policy degree helped Rose Previte earn this distinction.