The Patriot Center ranked 56th in world ticket sales in 2014 according to Pollstar Magazine. Photo by Craig Bisacre

Mason’s Patriot Center 56th in World Venue Ticket Sales

The 10,000-seat arena bests many double the size, drawing 289,000 visitors a year.

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The President’s Blog: Sustainable Development Goals in a University for the World

By Ángel Cabrera United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has been busy this year at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland asking everyone here to join forces and commit to the sustainable development agenda that is likely to be adopted later this year. The agenda, which in its current draft is articulated around 17 goals, is meant to galvanize the…

Questions have been raised about non-medical exemptions for childhood vaccinations in light of a recent measles outbreak in California. Photo by Creative Services.

Making a case for stricter exemptions for childhood vaccinations

Although studies show that stricter rules on exemptions could help reduce cases of vaccine preventable diseases, many legislative initiatives have been focused on expanding exemptions.

David Lattanzi (on left), Assistant Professor, and Ali Khaloo, graduate student, work with Occulus hardware. Photo by Evan Cantwell.

Developing Reliable Data for Robotic Bridge and Tunnel Inspection

Mason engineering professor David Lattanzi and his research team a are studying how to convert robotic inspection information into virtual computer “worlds” that can be explored by a human inspector.

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White House Health Care Forum on Fairfax Campus Monday

President Ángel Cabrera and Provost S. David Wu will join officials from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services at a on-campus forum Monday, Jan. 26.

Ask Dr. Cabrera on Tuesday at Fairfax Campus

Cabrera is expected to touch on how Mason how the university community collectively can “harness its entrepreneurial energy” to bring ideas to fruition.

Mason MBA Students Get the Ear of the ‘Oracle’

Mason MBA students’ visit to Omaha includes a tour of Warren Buffett’s enterprises and two hours of economic insight.

New Series Celebrates the Inclusion of the Arts in STEM

The STEAM Table features a series of special events taking place throughout 2015 that will examine the relationship between the arts and sciences, arts and education, and arts and technology.

Mason’s Online EMBA Program Lands at No. 36 in National Ranking

Mason’s EMBA program creates graduates who are advancing in their careers and making an impact in their executive positions. U.S. News & World Report ranks the program at No. 36 for online MBAs.

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Mason in the Media

How – and why – Google is transforming the map

The Conversation

Mason professors Anthony Stefanidis, Andrew Crooks and Arie Croitoru discuss how Google is transforming maps.

Mason alum is one of Forbes’ 30 under 30


Mason alum Mike Foss, 26,  co-founded For the Win on USA Today’s website. The site had 35 million unique visitors in the third quarter of 2014.

Mason plays pivotal role in Fairfax man’s cancer mission

Washington Post

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.

After Congress, what’s next?

Huffington Post

University Professor Janine R. Wedel discusses likely next steps for former members of Congress.

Mason in the Media

Press Releases


George Mason men’s basketball takes on Old Dominion on Wednesday, Dec. 3 at 7:30 p.m.

Mason student Nicholas Balenger accepting the 2014 Victory Award

What does a great university look like?

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