Fulbright is looking for students who represent the diversity of the United States and can help bridge cultural gaps in other countries.
In the developing country of Swaziland, the burden of disease currently results in a life expectancy of 52 years of age for its citizens. Compounding the problem is a lack of access to quality health care, trained health care workers, and strategic healthcare policies. Despite these challenges, George Mason University doctoral student Bongani Sibandze envisions…
They will provide technical consulting on test and evaluation methodologies for cybersecurity technologies that the Korea Agency for Defense Development is creating.
Louise Shelley and Gretchen Peters explain how the illegal ivory trade can be stopped.
The annual Cameron Rian Hays Out of the Box Competition boasts $17,500 in total prizes for winning ideas.
Starting May 17, the Finley Information Kiosk and the Mason Pond Kiosk on the Fairfax Campus will be closed, according to University Information representatives.
The CNN International anchor is making her commencement speaker debut.
Conference featuring Virginia transportation leadership marks 20 years of public-private partnerships.
Intermittent network outages may continue.
The Kane Show
A new graduate from the Tourism and Events Management program called in brag about it on The KANE Show on 99.5. Listen in (about a third of the way through) or see the text on CEHD’s Facebook page.
Inside Higher Ed
Dueling videos take on economic theory
Firefighters may be snuffing blazes with deep-toned sound, if a new device invented by two engineering students at George Mason Univeresity catches on.
WUSA9 Washington D.C.
George Mason University’s pioneering breast cancer research study is profiled and features researchers Chip Petricoin and Mariaelena Pierobon. The study is funded by the Side-Out Foundation, which was founded by George Mason graduate Rick Dunetz.