Charley Casserly, Executive in Residence, Sports Management, teaches a professional sports leadership course at the Fairfax Campus. Photo by Alexis Glenn.

NFL Executive Casserly Teaches Leadership Skills in Summer Course

The concepts Casserly teaches in his class include developing teamwork, handling the media, interviewing for jobs, evaluating and hiring people, managing crises and dealing with success and failure.

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Tyler Cowen. Mercatus Center photo

Mason Professor Opines on Winners and Losers in Sharing Economy

Tyler Cowen points out that Uber, Airbnb and others benefit the middle-class.

Travis Willis, a George Mason police officer, competes in the World Police and Fire Games. Willis, playing flag football for the Fairfax Fury, pulls the flag of the opposing team. Photo by Alexis Glenn.

At World Police & Fire Games, Mason Officers Ready to Protect Home Field Advantage

Travis Willis is playing five-on-five basketball and flag football; Hansel Aguilar will run the 5,000 meter race at the World Police & Fire Games

“Out in the Night” is a documentary that tells the story of a group of African American lesbians criminalized after defending themselves against an attacker in August 2006 in New York. Photo courtesy of

Mason Professor’s Film Airs on PBS, Used in Teaching Mason Students

It’s important for students to learn from faculty who are in the process of making work, Chesler said.

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Mason Study: D.C. Region Needs 150,000 Affordable Housing Units by 2023

Area also faces a middle- and above middle-income housing shortage.

Former Mason Law Professor Pledges $500,000 to Intellectual Property Center

John Witherspoon’s gift will fund new research in the field of intellectual property law.

Focused on the Future: Volunteer Leadership Summit Celebrates Mason’s Story

The summit offers a unique opportunity for donors and friends to benefit from professional development.

High School Graduations Bring Families to Patriot Center, Extra Traffic to Fairfax Campus

Members of the campus community should be prepared for heavier traffic up to 90 minutes prior to each ceremony, and should allow more time to drive to and from campus.

Conflict Resolution Educators Converge on Mason for Annual Conference

Human rights are on the agenda for six-day meeting in Arlington.

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Mason in the Media

Best and Worst Cities to Start a Career


Ann M. Garner, Associate Director of Career Development at Mason, talks about what factors recent grads should consider when deciding where to look for work.

‘That sounds like a fun job’

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.

Roosevelt U class’s rap video challenges George Mason’s Hayek fan videos

Inside Higher Ed

Dueling videos take on economic theory

New fire extinguisher: Bass hum booms flames out


Firefighters may be snuffing blazes with deep-toned sound, if a new device invented by two engineering students at George Mason Univeresity catches on.

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Press Releases


Did you see the newest Mason logo going up? Alexis Glenn, Craig Bisacre and Evan Cantwell shot this time-lapse video of the installation.

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