- January 24, 2023
George Mason University’s online degree offerings are some of the best in the nation, with five programs in education and engineering ranked in the top 20 among public universities, according to the 2023 U.S. News & World Report Best Online Programs rankings released Jan. 24.
- January 19, 2023
Dominique Banville, from the small town of La Malbaie, Quebec, didn’t get serious about curling until she moved to the United States. That was 1999, when she started at Mason and joined the Potomac Curling Club.
- January 9, 2023
Rizzoli is a financial service specialist in the Division of Advanced Professional Teacher Development and International Education (APTDIE) of George Mason University’s College of Education and Human Development (CEHD).
- Hive Minds: Multidisciplinary collaboration creates virtual reality STEM experience for elementary studentsDecember 12, 2022
Faculty, staff, and students from three units across Mason have worked together to create a new VR experience so elementary students can take a “field trip” to the Mason apiary and learn from an expert beekeeper.
- August 30, 2022
Mason volleyball player Peyton Ehmke is not only returning for a fifth season, she has decided that once her playing career is over, she wants to coach.
- August 8, 2022
Ingrid Guerra-López, the new dean of George Mason University’s College of Education and Human Development, joined the university on July 1, 2022.
- 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.
- Margaret T. Jones honored for her editorial efforts by the National Strength and Conditioning AssociationJuly 26, 2022
Margaret T. Jones is honored by the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
- July 25, 2022
Students in K–12 schools, while struggling with their academics, are suffering most in the areas of socioemotional development, according to George Mason University education experts.
- June 14, 2022
In April, Mason alum Amy Schott was chosen as the Washington Post’s 2022 Principal of the Year.