Mason Korea marks 10 years of student success

Mason Korea marked its 10th anniversary this week with faculty and staff, students and alumni, local government officials, industry partners, and representatives from the Incheon Global Campus.

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New partnership with NASA

George Mason is the home for the new $19.5 million NASA Landolt Space Mission. Led by the College of Science’s Peter Plavchan, with CEC, this mission will launch an artificial star in orbit to help scientists calibrate telescopes and measure brightness.

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Pride Month

Student Health Services’ designation for LGBTQ+ health care practices is the latest recognition of George Mason’s inclusive campus environment. Learn more about this designation.

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Pride Month

Building on Mason’s Pride Week in March when the campus is full, the university is also participating in June events around Virginia and spotlighting the on-going resources that help create a welcoming campus climate -- keeping George Mason at the top of the Campus Pride Index.

Pride Month Events and Resources

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George Mason athletes post successful NCAA Academic Progress Rate scores

Four programs produced perfect multi-year NCAA APR scores of 1,000 while a total of 11 teams had a perfect APR for the 2022-23 academic year. Find out about the teams that were recognized.

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George Mason faculty are tackling cybersecurity’s talent pipeline problem

George Mason researchers Nirup Menon and Brian Ngac won a two-year award from the National Institute of Standards and Technology to create experiential learning opportunities and workshops designed to enhance cybersecurity education and workforce development. Find out what the students worked on.

State Department initiative brings Carter School students to the forefront of peacebuilding. Learn more
George Mason receive $1 million from Google to launch Cybersecurity Clinic

Learn more about the proposed clinic.

George Mason University honored as a top Military Friendly University

George Mason is recognized with “Gold” status for their leading practices, outcomes, and effective programs in the listing of the nation’s top Military Friendly® institutions for the 2024-25 school year. Learn more about this status.

New research describes the leisure motivations that underpin young U.S. adults' recreational cannabis use

New qualitative research by Iulia Fratila, assistant professor in George Mason University’s College of Public Health, and Liza Berdychevsky, associate professor at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, describes in what ways young adults (aged 18-30) view cannabis as a recreational and leisure pursuit. Read more.

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Mason Korea celebrates 10 years with kickoff reception

George Mason University Korea kicked off its 10th anniversary celebrations with a lively reception that brought together Mason Korea students, faculty, and staff, current and past leaders, and visitors from George Mason's Fairfax Campus. Take a look at the festivities.

This Mason Korea senior is making his mark through networking

When Joonhyuck Lee had to choose between going to college in Korea or taking a gap year, he decided that the study-abroad track would be much more beneficial than attending a local Korean university. Find out about his George Mason experience.

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Hollywood flips the script in the new movie 'Ezra'

Mason alum Alex Plank talks about the movie he produced that features a character with autism.


U.S. aims to curb cybercrime by messing with hackers’ minds

Daniel Barbará talks about psychologically profiling hackers.

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Scientists find the largest known genome inside a small plant

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