- December 4, 2023
Mason history and art history doctoral student Timmia King is eager to explore new topics and gain insight into different people and their lives. With the support of a Graduate Inclusion and Access (GIA) Scholarship, she is able to delve into African American archives and cultivate attention and value to overlooked and obscured experiences
- April 26, 2023
Losing those around you to acts of violence and prison is a difficult reality to accept, yet one that is all too familiar to Briana Davis, a first-generation doctoral student at Mason.
- March 15, 2023
Food insecurity is something that Drew Bonner, a second-year sociology PhD student at George Mason University, experienced before he knew what to call it.
- November 11, 2022
For cultural studies PhD student Maillim “May” Santiago, the horror genre presents a way to find the strength to fight life’s difficult battles and accept her true self.
- October 12, 2022
Mason psychology doctoral student Rafael Esaú Hernández Dubon thrives in his work as a bilingual student clinician. With the support of a Graduate Inclusion and Access (GIA) Scholarship, he is able to work in the Latinx community while pursuing his graduate studies.
- April 28, 2022
When Mason PhD student Gifty Mensah was working on her master’s degree in microbiology, she realized the tangible impact of research.
- February 18, 2022
Mason PhD student Jehad Halawani became acutely aware of educational inequality when she began teaching high school physics in her home country of Palestine, where infrastructure is lacking and resources are scarce.