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- March 3, 2023
The Baroni investment will expand opportunities for center research activities and student engagement and contribute to a new space.
- February 21, 2023
Responding to the commonwealth’s public health and workforce needs, Mason’s new interdisciplinary college will benefit the region and beyond.
- February 21, 2023
Ever wonder what it would be like to interview a serial killer? Or are you interested in current global affairs or politics? George Mason University President Gregory Washington regularly hits the studio with thought-provoking conversations with faculty members and noteworthy guest speakers.
- February 20, 2023
Mason welcomed three new deans and a divisional dean in 2022 who are helping shape the university’s strategic vision and shepherd Mason to the next level.
- February 8, 2023
When Thalia Goldstein studies children in theater, she looks at the skills they’ve gained not only in acting, but in life. She’s aiming to help them develop a heightened sense of empathy as a result of the bonding and teamwork they experience during various theater exercises and activities.
- January 30, 2023
Mason and Starship Technologies are celebrating four years of autonomous robot deliveries on the university's Fairfax Campus.
- January 25, 2023
Since May 2022, Mason has invited the families of prospective Hispanic students to learn about the university in its first Spanish-language marketing campaign.
- January 11, 2023
In the Feather Identification Lab at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History, Mason alum Carla Dove identifies the specific birds involved in collisions, with samples coming to her from various branches of the U.S. military, commercial airlines, and more
- January 3, 2023
Mason alum Horace Blackman was elected as rector of Mason’s Board of Visitors in July, after serving as vice rector for the past two years.
- February 6, 2023
In late September, 18 undergraduates from the Smithsonian-Mason School of Conservation‘s (SMSC) Wildlife Ecology and Conservation program tagged monarch butterflies on their journey south to help researchers better understand their grand migration.