• November 14, 2023

    Distinguished University Professor Faye Taxman and PhD Criminology student C.J. Appleton are being honored by the American Society for Criminologists at its annual meeting for their work contributing to justice and the treatment or prevention of criminal behavior.

  • November 28, 2022

    A Mason PhD candidate’s cybersecurity business won $50,000 from Pharell Williams’ Black Ambition prize contest. The contest being hosted in her hometown “put the icing on the cake.” 

  • August 26, 2022

    The Inclusive Teaching and Curriculum Initiative seeks to foster a more welcoming atmosphere for all students

  • August 3, 2022

    George Mason University's College of Engineering and Computing partnered with the College of Science to provide weekends filled with fun activities for students – rooted in STEM learning.

  • July 20, 2022

    The 2022 Break Through Tech DC summer Guild program at George Mason took place in June. Students from underrepresented backgrounds had a chance to do a deeper dive into their computing education and career paths through Guild.

  • July 5, 2022

    Sabrina Stenberg sees the SMART scholarship as a way to maximize her graduate studies at George Mason while remaining employed as a chemical engineer with the Department of Defense (DoD). Through the scholarship, Stenberg can focus on her master of science in electrical engineering at Mason full-time.

  • Fri, 06/24/2022 - 21:41

    Dr. Terri A. Dickerson is an adjunct professor whose research focus is untold stories of marginalized communities. She is a federal civil rights director who has held positions in industry, non-profit, and government sectors. Her career focus is strategic conflict resolution and equity program leadership.

  • June 13, 2022

    Britney Aiken, recent information technology grad, says joining the Break Through Tech program at George Mason allowed her to be surrounded by like -minded people who are just as interested in engineering as she is.

  • June 13, 2022

    Last spring the college offered an interactive, discussion-based course that investigated the history of contributions by engineers marginalized by race or gender and studied cases where a lack of diversity contributed to adverse engineering consequences. 

  • May 27, 2022

    Brenda Henriquez, a brand-new computer science graduate as of May, says she always had George Mason University on her radar. She reflects on her time in Break Through Tech and the accomplishments made along the way.