Nearly 8,000 undergraduate students will receive their degrees Thursday, Dec. 18.
As fans of author J. R. R. Tolkien prepare to watch the last installment of “The Hobbit” in theaters this week, we took a few moments to sit down with George Mason University’s resident expert on all things Tolkien to talk about the writer and his epic stories.
New doctoral graduate delves into how we learn and remember, finding surprises along the way.
In the long term, Assale says she hopes to create a nongovernmental organization to offer a free education to homeless children, and provide job skills training to empower homeless adults.
Provost David Wu and Senior Vice President for Administration and Finance J.J. Davis will host the forum.
The play by a 2014 Mason graduate is about three Hungarian Jewish siblings who find themselves with an unconscious Nazi solider in their home.
The Google Hangout discussion “What Can Colleges Do About Binge Drinking?” will cap The Chronicle of Higher Education’s week-long series of articles on the issue of binge drinking.
George Mason is working with private company Ceres Nanosciences to develop Ebola test. The Gates Foundation is providing funding.
A new three-floor, rotating art exhibit in downtown Fairfax, Va., shines a spotlight on the artwork of George Mason University students.
A volleyball coach’s personal mission to change the lives of those diagnosed with Stage 4 breast cancer led to a cutting edge personalized cancer therapy trial invented and implemented at George Mason University.
University Professor Janine R. Wedel discusses likely next steps for former members of Congress.
The front office of the Kansas City Royals consists largely of former Mason baseball players.
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Mason psychology professor Todd Kashdan thinks Americans have a “comfort addiction” that has made us less resilient than our ancestors.