Katie Garay’s week-long internship in Panama taught her the intricacies of working as a Foreign Service officer and gave her insights into her future plans.
The esteemed university professor was the author of 16 books and mentored many Mason students.
Criminology PhD student Julie Grieco is testing police cadets’ attitudes toward evidence-based scholarship.
Mason alumna Victoria Lipnic looks to serve a second term on the five-member panel.
Counterterrorism expert Jamil Jaffer explains the reform of the Patriot Act to policy makers, would-be hackers.
The dean of George Mason University’s College of Education and Human Development has been named to Mometrix’s 30 Most Influential Deans of Education list.
Claudine Kuradusenge plans to start NGO for ‘diaspora communities.’
Kate McConnell graduated from George Mason in 2000 with a BA in theater and works as a creative director for the Thinkwell Group.
A program for the next school year will bring strengths coaching to student organizations to help set priorities and promote cooperation among leaders and members.
MIT Sloan Management Review
Gregory Unruh, Arison Group Endowed Professor at George Mason University, says that the FIFA corruption scandal is a teaching moment for managers who want to root out corruption.
The New York Times
“In a world of enormously powerful government, we need an independent check on its power to control our lives. Despite its flaws, the court often serves that role well,” says Mason law professor Ilya Somin.
The New York Times
Tyler Cowen addressed an increasingly prickly topic: Who benefits from the emerging “sharing economy” ? “Many taxi drivers dislike the competition from Uber, but we need to think more systematically about the winners and losers as these new institutions develop,” Cowen said in the Times’ Upshot column.
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.