- October 20, 2023
Mason Alumni Association’s annual Celebration of Distinction recognizes outstanding alumni, faculty members, and students. This year’s celebration was held October 20 at the Hilton McLean Tysons Corner.
- April 28, 2023
Chemistry in the Kitchen is a new course offered at George Mason University that uses everyday recipes to demonstrate chemical concepts taught in the classroom.
- July 7, 2023
Mason Dining is thrilled to be able to bring the Mason community food that is both delicious and respectful of kosher rules.
- George Mason University receives the 2023 Commuter Connections Employer Recognition Award for IncentivesJuly 6, 2023
George Mason University received the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments’ (MWCOG) Commuter Connections 2023 Employer Recognition Award for the Incentives category. Josh Cantor, Mason’s director of Parking and Transportation, accepted the award at a ceremony held at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.
- July 5, 2023
Fuse at Mason Square, currently under construction in the heart of the Rosslyn-Ballston corridor, will be a new innovation destination uniting scholars, students, researchers, and policy and business developers, working together to accelerate the pace of change and solve our grand challenges. With that in mind, architect Rob McClure, of the firm Page, said the core of the building was designed to feel like a Main Street.
- June 22, 2023
In 2019, the World Wildlife Fund and Knorr identified 50 foods, known as Future 50 Foods, that have a lower environmental impact, as well as being nutritious. In the 2022-23 school year, Mason Dining turned existing salad bars at Southside and Ike’s dining halls into Future 50 Food Stations. Students were able to build their own dishes, or select a featured dish created by the chefs using the Future 50 Foods.
- June 21, 2023
Last fall NASA selected George Mason University’s Anamaria Berea to participate in its independent study team on unidentified anomalous phenomena (UAP).
- June 20, 2023
For Northern Virginia, George Mason University’s College of Education and Human Development’s (CEHD) award-winning Professional Development School (PDS) program is a beacon of hope amidst a growing educator exodus.
- June 15, 2023
Just weeks after a massive tornado destroyed their high school and half of their town, music students in Wynne, Arkansas, were able to continue their music education and even keep some performance dates, thanks to Mason’s Instruments in the Attic program.
- June 12, 2023
Through a grant from Arts Fairfax, George Mason University students and faculty are helping youth in the Fairfax Detention Center express themselves through poetry.