- August 16, 2022
Some Northern Virginia families will have free laptops in time for classes this fall, thanks to an enterprising group of George Mason University information technology students.
- August 5, 2022
The summer program, co-sponsored by Mason's Quantum Science and Engineering Center (QSEC) and the nonprofit Potomac Quantum Innovation Center, brought together rising high school seniors from around the region to learn about quantum and STEM-related careers from researchers at leading universities and in the industry.
- July 13, 2022
In her latest book, Victoria Grady delves into 20 years of research on how people—and their brains—react to change in the workplace and beyond.
- June 17, 2022
On June 8, 2022, officers from the Mason’s Police and Public Safety Department and the City of Fairfax Police Department ran a two-mile loop on Mason’s Fairfax Campus as a part of the Law Enforcement Torch Run® for Special Olympics Virginia.
- June 7, 2022
The 15 students in the special topics class Facial Reconstruction started the semester with a generic plastic skull. Week by week, they sculpted different parts of their own faces, creating a portrait of themselves in clay and learning the forensic skills needed to put a face on a skull.
- June 1, 2022
In April, Mason professor Mohamed Gebril took a team of students to Commonwealth Cyber Initiative's BattleDrones Competition.
- May 18, 2022
Dominique Dowling's passion to advocate for young minds both inside and outside the classroom led Mason’s Alumni Association to name her the 2022 Senior of the Year.
- April 28, 2022
As a part of George Mason University’s 50th Anniversary celebration this year, the University Libraries’ Special Collection Research Center (SCRC) is sharing some documents, artifacts, and photography from the archives in its new exhibition “We Are Mason: A Student History.”
- April 22, 2022
The first Mason Day took place four years before the university’s first Commencement, and it’s been the event to look forward to ever since.
- March 10, 2022
In "Undeleted," McDermott curates content found on seven discarded cell phones. The exhibit displays two kinds of found data, intact and deleted—or what people had hoped they had deleted.