- Washington, DC-area universities unite to address gun violence through research-based recommendations for actionJuly 22, 2022
Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area launches bold initiative to combat gun violence
- June 22, 2022
In the coming days, the United States Supreme Court is expected to hand down several landmark decisions of a magnitude that may provoke vocal, public reactions from people on all sides of the issues being adjudicated. We also know the impact of those decisions may weigh differently, and have different consequences, for different community members.
- June 8, 2022
Incoming transfer students from Germanna are excited to join Mason Nation through the Mason Virginia Promise
- May 24, 2022
Now, the summer season is upon us, and as many of us look forward to time away with friends and family, we must remember that COVID isn’t taking a summer break.
- April 4, 2022
Several hundred people gathered on Wilkins Plaza on April 4 for the dedication of the Enslaved People of George Mason Memorial, which grew out of a student research project launched in the summer of 2017.
- March 4, 2022
Our motto is “freedom and learning.” At our core, we are a place to teach, learn, and improve our understanding of the world. For most of us, this sudden turn of violence is confusing and frightening, and we need help to make sense of what is unfolding.
- January 31, 2022
George Mason University is winning the battle against COVID-19. We have not won yet, but we are close.
- January 24, 2022
Anne Gentry has been named George Mason University's interim University Counsel effective immediately.
- January 12, 2022
Ted Dumas, an associate professor of psychology and an experienced researcher, reveals foods we are losing to climate change, how a pooping bear in Japan can help keep cherries from extinction, and that if we do nothing about the climate, most of the US could be uninhabitable by 2100.
- December 8, 2021
Thalia Goldstein, associate professor of applied developmental psychology explains how kids benefit socially and emotionally from finding out Santa Claus isn’t real. Even so, Goldstein admits she is still disappointed about hearing the truth. A conversation with real holiday spirit.