- November 15, 2023
What’s it like delivering the daily intelligence briefing to the president of the United States each morning? Adunct and Mason alum James P. Danoy can now tell all.
- August 23, 2023
The College of Engineering and Computing's Rapid Prototyping Research Center (RPRC) is leveraging its research and engineering talent by developing a nationwide capability to help move the country from over-reliance on the Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) system.
- January 23, 2023
Over the summer, 24 students from George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School delved deep into issues of constitutional law, separation of powers, and national security in Padua, Italy—a place of inspiration for many of these ideals. The two-week study-abroad trip was co-taught by Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch and National Security Institute Founder and Executive Director Jamil Jaffer.
- December 7, 2022
Is Julian Assange a criminal or a persecuted journalist? A Hayden Center panel attempted to find an answer.
- February 17, 2022
The results of climate change are creating Big Problems for policy makers. The Schar School has been teaching climate change as a national security problem, and governments should respond accordingly.
- September 28, 2021
Associate Professor A. Trevor Thrall is interviewed by MIT Security Studies Program.
- Mon, 03/29/2021 - 11:48
A new $400,000 grant will enable Schar School and CINA experts to combat illicit trade that disguises itself as cybercurrency transactions.
- Wed, 03/24/2021 - 13:34
A panel of law enforcement experts will examine the rise of domestic terrorism Thursday, March 25.
- Tue, 06/25/2019 - 05:30
Millions of people were captivated by the murder mystery case involving Adnan Syed and Hae Min Lee, after George Mason University law school alumna Rabia Chaudry took the case to NPR and the hit podcast “Serial” was born.