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Commencement speaker Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations Amina J. Mohammed speaks during Commencement 2019. Photo by: Ron Aira/Creative Services/George Mason University
Commencement 2019. Photo by Evan Cantwell/Creative Services/George Mason University
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George Mason University Commencement will begin at 10AM EDT. You can watch it live here: https://gmutv.gmu.edu/live-broadcast/
United Nations Deputy Secretary-General Amina J. Mohammed is the featured speaker at Spring Commencement. Find out the best advice she's received >> http://fal.cn/A_PC
Graduation is less than two days away! Take a look at the Class of 2019 by the numbers. 🎓💚💛
Undergraduate students presented the results of their multidisciplinary research at the 8th Annual Celebration of Student Scholarship and Impact. Read about the difference research makes >> http://fal.cn/AHYm
Students presented their research at the 8th annual Celebration of Student Scholarship on May 7, 2019. Photo by Mariam Aburdeineh
The collaboration between the George Mason University School of Business and College of Science at George Mason University now has 500 hives in Colombia, helping to provide sustainable income to families, and has plans to create colonies in Puerto Rico with chef José Andrés. Learn more about this sweet project 🐝 http://fal.cn/AjEu
Today we honor all of our Mothers and Mother figures in our lives in the Mason Nation the happiest of Mother's Days! We hope you take this time to relax and enjoy this special day!
How many college students can say they worked for ESPN as an undergraduate? Tune in and watch how George Mason University students like Zach Hamilton and Alyssa Swaney are gaining experience in sports broadcasting. Read more >> http://bit.ly/2YjbscK
Mason is one of the first universities to offer the credential that could become a national model for collaboration between universities and businesses. Mike Fasil, graduating this month, is among the first students to earn it. Learn how the credential enhances student employability >> http://fal.cn/ALBw
Mason is one of the first universities to offer a generalist digital technology credential that could become a national model for collaboration between universities and businesses. Mike Fasil, an ISOM major graduating this month, is among the first students to earn it. Photo by Lathan Goumas.
In the fall of 2018 ESPN+ began carrying Mason Student Media broadcast of Atlantic 10 Conference sports. Sports broadcast by Student Media include Men's and Women's Soccer, Baseball, Softball, and Lacrosse. Learn More >> http://fal.cn/AFyR
In the fall of 2018 ESPN+ began carrying Mason Student Media broadcast of A-10 sports. Sports broadcast by Student Media include Men's and Women's Soccer, Ba...
Master's student Nada Adibah is dedicating her career to researching and influencing policies that will create healthier communities. Learn what motivates her >> http://fal.cn/AbNY
Nada Adibah decided to come to Mason to study health policy. She will be graduating on May 17th. Photo by Lathan Goumas.
As Mason expands its online offerings, faculty share what they like about teaching online. Find out more 💻http://fal.cn/AWwO
Assistant Professor Jennifer Brielmaier teaches both in-person and online classes at Mason. Photo by Lathan Goumas/Strategic Communications
If you have confidence in your own abilities, there’s nothing to stop you from acing the exams. Good luck!
A Senior Fellow at the Michael V. Hayden Center for Intelligence, Policy and International Security, former Deputy and Acting CIA Director Mike Morell advises students on projects. Read about insights he shared.>> http://fal.cn/AUfj
CLEAN SWEEP! Women’s and men’s track & field BOTH win the 2019 Atlantic 10 Conference Outdoor Team titles! 👟That’s 11 team titles since 2013 for the program - the most of any school in the A-10 #GetPatriotic
AMHERST, Ma. – SWEEP!
It's National Teacher Appreciation Week! 🍎In honor of this week, we want to extend our appreciation to our alums who are now educators from the College of Education and Human Development - George Mason University and our future teachers! #ThankATeacher
Ramadan Mubarak to all those in the Mason Nation ☪
DC elementary schools are getting a new kind of playground, thanks to College of Education and Human Development - George Mason University and District Department of Transportation. The Mason team installed "traffic gardens" and designed curriculum to educate preschoolers on bike safety and rules of the road. See how their work impacts the community http://bit.ly/2XhNspD
The $1.25 billion budget approved Thursday by the Board of Visitors boosts financial aid, grows research and innovation, and raises salaries for faculty and staff. The university also freezes tuition for the 2019-20 academic year. Learn more >> http://fal.cn/A5Id
Photo by Evan Cantwell
Nicole Cardaño-Hilary is the first player in the Atlantic 10 Conference to receive Rookie of the Year and Player of the Year recognition in consecutive seasons. Learn what she likes best about Mason >> http://fal.cn/A9vl
Nicole Cardaño-Hilary signs an autograph for a young fan. Photo courtesy Mason Athletics.
Senior, Sofya Vetrova, recognized a great marketing opportunity with the robots' 🤖 arrival on campus. Learn more about the many ways she's promoted meal plans and dining 🍽 options >> http://fal.cn/AoHD
Sofya Vetrova created the "Robot Exclusive," a newsletter packed with information about events, Mason Dining news, and coupons that come with Starship delivery orders. Photo by Lathan Goumas.
The practicalities of an unpaid internship, which can involve as many hours as a full-time job, can stop many students from going beyond just looking at the position description. Enter George Mason University Career Services and the Unpaid Internship Scholarship. The scholarship provides direct support to undergraduate and graduate students pursuing unpaid internships in the fall or spring semesters or in the summer term. Learn more >> http://fal.cn/AxGT
With help from Mason's Unpaid Internship Scholarship, psychology major Jennifer Lyon has been able to intern with the American Red Cross in Washington, D.C. Photo by Ron Aira/Creative Services.
The Women and Gender Studies at @MasonCHSS is offering a new minor in LGBTQ studies starting this fall 🏳️🌈 >> https://chss.gmu.edu/articles/13191
Mason is expanding its online course and program offerings that have already helped students such as communication major Jennifer Kasse-Wanzer manage their busy lifestyles. Find out more >> http://fal.cn/Ad3T
Jennifer Kasse-Wanzer, a senior communication major and mother of two, says online classes help her manage a busy schedule. Photo by Lathan Goumas.
Mason student, Eddie Adams, profiled in the Washington Post receives an outpouring of support. Mark your calendars to see him perform in the May 4th Musical Feast Concert >> http://fal.cn/AdyD
“I still don’t want to believe it happened because it’s too much money for me to even think about,” said Eddie Adams, who is a self-taught musician.
Nine Mason faculty members covered topics such as climate science, climate mitigation, climate adaptation, climate communication, climate policy and why climate change is a public-health issue at a panel discussion Monday, April 22. Learn what they had to say >> http://fal.cn/ATlD
Nine professors from various disciplines participated in the "Climate 3.0: the Science, the Politics, and the Policy Agenda" panel on April 22. Photo by Lathan Goumas/Strategic Communications.
Thomas Duxbury, a research professor of planetary science within the Department of Physics and Astronomy in Mason’s College of Science, will lead a collection of international space agency representatives studying the two moons orbiting Mars. Learn more about the research >> http://fal.cn/APe1
While photographing Mars, NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope captured a cameo appearance of the tiny moon Phobos on its trek around the planet in 2017. Photo courtesy of NASA.
Amanda McDonald brings an adventurous spirit to her art, whether it's her work with comics or for wearable art, like this jacket dedicated to her grandmother and designed to represent her Slovak heritage. Learn how Mason helped expand her artistic boundaries. >> http://bit.ly/2DFcckD
Congratulations to our first-ever Patriot Peeps Diorama Contest winner! With 55% of the votes, "3PM at the JC Starbucks" took the top spot! We are looking forward to next year's diorama entries, Mason Nation - so get ready to pick up some Peeps and start thinking of your unique scene!
“You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference and you have to decide what kind of a difference you want to make.” - Jane Goodall 🌎🌍🌏
Happy Easter to all in the Mason Nation! Easter is about more than eggs and candy. It’s also about peace, love, and family (and maybe some chocolate 🍫).
Acclaimed author Gary Shapiro and Mason President Ángel Cabrera will be at The MIX on Tuesday, April 23 for a fireside chat about the future of innovation. All attendees receive a copy of Shapiro's book: "Ninja Future: Secrets to Success in the New World of Innovation." To register >> https://startup.gmu.edu/fireside-chat
Chag Pesach Sameach! Wishing all in the Mason Nation a Happy Passover! ✡️
Junior Katie Russell worries about the environment and the effects of climate change. "It's all the more reason to act, to do what you can, to do your part," she said. Find out why those who know Katie call her a ball of energy >> http://fal.cn/ANZ3
Russell is spending the spring 2019 semester in Cholula, Mexico, studying at the Universidad de las Américas Puebla. Photo provided.
Mason experts from across a variety of disciplines will join a panel on Monday, April 22 in the Johnson Center Cinema on the Fairfax Campus. Find out how to attend >> http://fal.cn/A6nE
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“I always enjoyed working with my hands, so I started applying around to all of the breweries in the area because I remembered how much I had enjoyed the class,” said Michael Sutherland, BS Community Health ’15, who is now the head brewer of New District Brewing Company.
The class, NUTR 430/530 Introduction to Wine and Beer, is taught by Kerri LaCharite, assistant professor in the Department of Nutrition and Food Studies, and has one of the longest waiting lists at the university. http://fal.cn/AhDJ
Mason senior Madalyn Grutzius inspects the color of a beer before sampling it during NUTR 430, Introduction to Wine and Beer. Photo by Lathan Goumas/Strategic Communications
For Mason's Eddie Adams, 'the cello became an instrument of survival'. A Washington Post feature story on the sophomore cellist explores how the instrument became a lifeline for him, leading him to George Mason University’s School of Music. Learn more about his journey. >> http://fal.cn/Ascw (Photo by Rafael Suanes)
Rick Holt, Ellen Rodgers, and Carley Fisher-Maltese were the Mason team that developed the traffic gardens and accompanying curriculum installed at two Washington, D.C., elementary schools. Learn how their work impacts the community 🚴 http://fal.cn/AsW7
(Left to right) Rick Holt, Ellen Rodgers and Carley Fisher-Maltese were the Mason team that developed the Traffic Gardens and accompanying curriculum at two Washington, D.C., elementary schools. "They just ran with the program," said DDOT policy analyst Jonathan Rogers. Photo by Marileny Smith.
The Patriot Peep Diorama Contest was a great success and we've narrowed it down to three finalists! It's time for the Mason Nation to vote for their favorite! Cast your ballot here 🗳 http://fal.cn/AA_2
Mark Ginsberg, dean of the College of Education and Human Development - George Mason University, said Amazon's entry into Northern Virginia "challenges us to be the very best we can be." Find out how the college is meeting that challenge with innovation and research. >> http://fal.cn/AAqE
Ginsberg said the college is developing a university curriculum that will be part of a new teacher licensure program in computer science. Photo provided.
Attention, Mason Class of 2023! You could win a $5,000 scholarship💰from @towbrand by declaring you’re attending George Mason University in the fall! 💚💛 Visit declarationdays.com to learn more! #DeclarationDays #Mason2023
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