- August 2, 2023
Meet the alum-now-adjunct who got the throw out the first pitch at a Washington Nationals baseball game. Did he throw a strike? You can trust Craig Fifer’s reply—he teaches ethics.
- Schar School News: Singh Named Distinguished University Professor; Cengiz, Kellogg Receive FellowshipsJuly 18, 2023
A roundup of recent Schar School faculty and graduate student news.
- July 12, 2023
10,070 applications, 850 finalists: 8 Schar School scholars nail Presidential Management Fellowships.
- June 22, 2023
A reunion of 20 years of Northern Virginia Public Service Fellows shows how the Schar School’s unique Master of Public Administration program creates successful public leaders.
- June 6, 2023
Meet the ’91 alumna who now heads the Student Conservation Association: Lidia Soto-Harmon.
- June 1, 2023
White House Office of Management and Budget veteran Kathy Stack is the 2023 Paul L. Posner Award winner for government service.
- May 9, 2023
International track champ and Schar School master’s student Grace Furlong helps Mason’s track and field women take the A-10 conference championship.
- April 21, 2023
A Mason graduate paid for his Schar School master’s degree by working at Mason—as a policeman. Along the way, Detective Ryan Grant learned research skills while earning the trust of the Patriot community.
- 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.
- 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.