Honors College

  • March 27, 2023

    Mason is launching a six-part YouTube series titled “Our Future Transformed: Mason Spotlights the World’s Grand Challenges” and hosted by President Washington

  • December 13, 2022

    During his time at Mason, Isaiah Epps burnished his résumé with internships at the Federal Aviation Administration and the Jacobs Engineering Group.

  • December 12, 2022

    Honors College student Emily Synoski, who graduates this month from Mason with a biology degree, has also participated in Georgetown University’s competitive CORE pre-med program, where she and her team pitched an idea to deliver opioid overdose treatment to houseless populations via drones.

  • December 13, 2022

    Honors College student James Condo has trained in the emerging field of Next System Studies, which involves research into questions of systemic design, change, and movements.

  • December 9, 2022

    A double major and member of the Honors College, Juan Escalera came to Mason as an alumnus of the university’s Early Identification Program.

  • December 8, 2022

    During her time at Mason, University Scholar Aloana Hall had internships at the DC Volunteer Lawyers Project and the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia.

  • November 4, 2022

    The Next System Fellows Program is an inquiry-based, experiential learning opportunity for students eager to build a more just and sustainable global order for the future.  It introduces Mason students to the emerging field of Next System Studies, connecting them with community changemakers working right now on alternative systems.

  • October 31, 2022

    University Scholar Jasmeen Linares’ introduction to Mason began when she enrolled in Mason’s Early Identification Program (EIP).

  • October 14, 2022

    Industry Challenges is a unique section of the 300-level Multi-Disciplinary Challenges Honors College curriculum requirement restricted to students who have completed at least one year at Mason. As the practicum option (an alternative to the research focused HNRS 360), HNRS 361 is an experiential-learning course inviting students to take a hands-on approach to complex challenges.

  • October 7, 2022

    On October 1, Honors College Connects (HCC) held its second annual Hackathon. The Hackathon is an opportunity for students to come up with creative solutions to issues that various local nonprofit organizations face. Participants spent the day going through the brainstorming and development process, giving peer reviews, and presenting their final ideas to each nonprofit.