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China 1+2+1=10: Dual Degree Program Marks Decade of Global Partnerships

Forty-one Chinese students will arrive on the Fairfax Campus Aug. 17 to participate in Mason’s largest dual degree program.

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Bicycling and other outside activities will add to Mason's score in the Outdoor Challenge.

An Outside Chance of Winning: Mason Enters Recreation Contest

The university is one of 10 colleges nationwide competing to see whose students can spend the most time participating in outdoor sports and activities.

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Ask the Expert: Why Is the World So Suddenly Violent, and What Can Be Done?

Mason policy professor Jack Goldstone suggests the deadly clashes around the globe were inevitable once international policies changed the world.

Incoming biology majors hit the books early on core science courses in the new STEM Boot Camp at the College of Science this week. Photo courtesy of STEM Accelerator Program.

Before the Semester Begins, STEM Boot Camp Gives Freshmen a Boost

This week, 52 incoming freshmen are getting an early chance at academic and career success as part of “crash course” in calculus, cell biology, general chemistry or physics.

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Summertime and the Living Is Smooth

Mason employees knitted, sang, walked and ate ice cream as part of the university’s first Making Mason Magic: Summer Smooth wellness event.

Mason Professor Commemorates Great War with Rare Postcard Exhibit

Professors’ exhibit features rare postcards written and illustrated by the soldiers in the trenches of World War I battlefields.

Angner Gives Inaugural 60 Seconds Interview to Palgrave Macmillan

Mason professor was the first author to be interviewed in publisher Palgrave Macmillan’s novel web-based program to promote its authors and books.

Students Bone Up on Knowledge in Forensic Anthropology

Mason anthropologist Haagen Klaus is teaching a summer Introduction to Forensic Anthropology class, a special topics course that examines the remains of human bodies.

Patti LuPone Headlines ARTS by George! Benefit

Broadway star Patti LuPone will perform at ARTS by George! Benefit in September.

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‘There is No Such Thing as Ebola’

Washington Post

Kathryn H. Jacobsen, associate professor for epidemiology at the Department of Global and Community Health at George Mason University weighs in on the reason why many West Africans won’t get tested for the deadly Ebola virus.

Interviewing 101: ‘See Yourself as a Resource’ to Employers

NPR

Mason’s University Career Services director Christine Cruzvergara offers interviewing tips.

Mason Prof Todd Kashdan Talks Well-Being

U.S. News & World Report

Todd Kashdan, Mason psychology professor, is part of a panel at the Newseum in D.C. that’s discussing well-being.

Top Workplaces 2014

The Washington Post

George Mason University is the only university named to the Top Workplaces 2014 list.

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