- January 31, 2024
Additional funding secured by SPARK, the education foundation for Prince William County Schools, will expand that life-changing collaboration and fully support an additional 20 Early Identification Program students from Prince William County starting this spring.
- January 29, 2024
George Mason University and the Opportunity Scholars program have teamed up to provide additional pathways to success for students to position them for higher education degrees and critical workforce training
- A $6 million NSF grant will translate research into practice to help local communities become climate-resilientJanuary 23, 2024
Mason scientists and partners will leverage their climate expertise and the university’s resources into broader societal implications, thanks to a $6 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
- January 9, 2024
Mason researcher Marissa Howard leads a team of scientists who have discovered a way to “eavesdrop” on cellular communications that could revolutionize treatments for cancer and other maladies.
- November 8, 2023
A team of George Mason University researchers is doing its part to combat rising suicide rates among veterans and hopes to soon begin making a positive difference in the Northern Virginia community.
- November 7, 2023
Get to know Mason men's basketball head coach Tony Skinn.
- October 18, 2023
Mason has established a new Entrepreneur-in-Residence (EIR) Program to bolster the start-up market and opportunities in the greater Washington, D.C., region and across the Commonwealth of Virginia.
- September 25, 2023
Mack Freilich, second-year law student, gained first-hand experience this summer when he interned for the Washington Aviation Law Group, a boutique law firm in Washington, D.C., that specifically focuses on aviation law.
- September 19, 2023
Mason President Gregory Washington lauded brothers Maruf and Mahfuz Ahmed at a special event for embodying the possibilities that Mason offers with its steadfast commitment to access and inclusion.
- August 9, 2023
A team of Mason scientists, led by principal investigator Peter Becker, has received a federal grant of more than $13 million to work with the U.S. Navy to study electronic communications disruptions caused by increased solar activity that could potentially cause an “internet apocalypse.”