- October 31, 2022
Collecting our thoughts: What were Schar School scholars thinking in October? Clearly, we had a lot on our minds.
- October 28, 2022
News briefs: Schar School faculty members are honored by peers and promoted to leadership positions.
- October 27, 2022
Undergraduate researcher Andrew Strasberg wanted to know what creates an ultra-fanatical sports fan. With the help of Schar School faculty, he presented his findings to a national political science conference.
- Schar School Students Spend a Day Solving a Crisis in the Baltics. (Don’t Worry, It Was a Simulation.)October 26, 2022
An Estonian region rattles its saber and the rest of the world is shaken. Schar School students spent a day proposing solutions to this crisis. Happily, it was only a realistic simulation.
- October 25, 2022
Once they earn their master’s degrees from the Schar School, these Marine officers will work in offices on Capitol Hill for a year. Two U.S. Representatives told them what to expect.
- October 24, 2022
A day-long symposium will examine the changing dynamics of the Arctic, addressing the region as a national security issue.
- October 21, 2022
Schar School international security master’s student Sara Michels is the winner of an inaugural Vespa motor scooter contest. The essay competition is a collaboration among Mason, a regional Vespa nonprofit, and a local Vespa dealership.
- October 20, 2022
She’s already founded a successful PAC and raised $1.6 million to help progressive candidates in need. Now Kiera Hall wants to know how to do more, and better, as a Master’s in Public Administration student at the Schar School.
- October 19, 2022
Schar School assistant professor Saskia Popescu is named a senior fellow at the Council on Strategic Risks. She’s also being celebrated by the university as a distinguished alumna.
- October 18, 2022
After a perilous journey through war-torn Ukraine, a freshman Schar School student looks forward to a new life. But she’s concerned for her parents who remained behind.