- November 19, 2023
Honoring Native American Heritage Month with the Native American and Indigenous Alliance
- November 5, 2020
In addition to being named to Oprah Magazine’s list of Native American Authors to Read Right Now, Mason alum Kelli Jo Ford’s debut novel, “Crooked Hallelujah,” was recently named one of the best books of 2020 by Publishers Weekly and is on the longlist for the 2021 Carnegie Medal for Fiction, among other accolades.
- November 17, 2023
On Oct. 26, ArtsFairfax honored the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at George Mason University with its Education Award for providing exceptional arts education and opportunities to the community.
- November 14, 2023
Distinguished University Professor Faye Taxman and PhD Criminology student C.J. Appleton are being honored by the American Society for Criminologists at its annual meeting for their work contributing to justice and the treatment or prevention of criminal behavior.
- October 30, 2023
On Friday, Oct. 27, Mason’s College of Humanities and Social Sciences and Department of Psychology hosted a grand opening of its new facility for the Center for Community Mental Health and Center for Evidence-Based Behavioral Health, two centers whose research and community services are deeply connected to strengthening our communities.
- October 31, 2023
The annual Campus Legends and Lore Walking Tour takes the Mason community on a spooky stroll around Fairfax Campus with an educational twist.
- October 16, 2023
Author Rachel Heng has won the sixth annual New American Voices Award for her novel The Great Reclamation. She accepted the award at a ceremony at George Mason University’s Center for the Arts during 25th annual Fall for the Book festival.
- October 10, 2023
When his 11-year-old daughter started showing interest in college, first-year student Jimmy Stewart saw an opportunity to demonstrate the importance of higher education by finally getting his bachelor’s degree.
- October 10, 2023
As far back as her sophomore year in high school, Mason student-athlete Ewelna Gacek knew she wanted a career in law enforcement.
- October 4, 2023
George Mason University anthropologist Jamie Clark and two undergraduate students spent part of the summer on an archaeological expedition in Sefunim Cave, Israel.