- December 15, 2021
Mason senior Eva Noroski spent a month assisting alumna and Elephant Trails keeper Ashley Fortner at the National Zoo, researching elephant sleep patterns.
- December 14, 2021
The Democratic Republic of the Congo has not seen peace for more than three decades, but in November 2021, George Mason University’s Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution helped the country take a leap in a hopeful direction.
In the province of South Kivu, the school gathered representatives from 21 armed groups, the Congolese government, military, police, intelligence services, religious leaders, civil society groups, and peace advocates. Not only did everyone discuss a path toward peacebuilding, but they also signed a peace accord to solidify it.
- November 19, 2021
Most people with access to a 3D printer find themselves creating small objects or gadgets. But one student group working at the MIX at George Mason University each Friday is driven by a different dream.
“We build, design, test and plan to compete in solar-powered car competitions,” said Michael Riggi, president of Mason’s solar car team, HyperNova Solar. “[We believe] our car, when complete, will be the world’s first and only 3D-printed solar car.”
- June 1, 2021
Mason alumna Deborah Bundy-Carpenter was recently featured in Mason Alumni Association's monthly newsletter, The Scroll. Bundy-Carpenter (BSN '79) received the 2020 Governor's Honor Award in the category of Personal and Professional Excellence in recognition for her dedication and excellence in her profession, public health, and collaborative spirit with other healthcare entities and agencies.
- June 1, 2021
Theresa Davis, PhD, was recently featured in The Scroll, Mason's Alumni Association's monthly newsletter. Davis shares her experience leading the telemedicine division that supports intensive care units across the Inova system during the pandemic and representing the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses at the White House.
- Mon, 11/23/2020 - 05:00
- November 19, 2020
For Nicole Lynn Lewis, Master’s in Public Policy ’06, completing her undergraduate degree as a single mom not only opened doors of opportunity, but symbolized how far she had come despite the challenges involved.
- Tue, 11/10/2020 - 05:00
The Political Leadership Academy will be one of the Carter School’s primary means of outreach to policy-making circles and a direct contribution toward bi-partisan decision making in our country
- Fri, 11/06/2020 - 05:05
- October 13, 2020
The Carter School has partnered with Restorative Arlington, a new initiative aimed at incorporating restorative justice practices into Arlington County’s public schools, legal system and community.