Mason researchers Alessandra Luchini, Lance Liotta, and Virginia "Ginny" Espina in one of the labs at the Center for Applied Proteomics and Molecular Medicine. Photo by Evan Cantwell.

Dyes Used to Paint New Picture of Disease

Mason researchers have uncovered a way to determine where proteins touch one other, a discovery that could lead to novel treatments for devastating illnesses.

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Manuela Dal-Forno

Mason Student Is Discovering New Species,
and Lichen It

Mason doctoral student Manuela Dal-Forno has helped find more than 100 new species of lichen.


Kyoko Mori’s Passion Brings ‘Barn Cat’
to New Readers

Mason English professor Kyoko Mori crafts a short novel designed especially for new readers.

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Alumnus Takes on Leadership Post in Iran

Mason alumnus takes the reins of Iran’s top investment authority.

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New Cyber Security Engineering Degree Takes Proactive Approach

The program is the first in the country to focus on preventing attacks, not just dealing with them after the fact.

Disrupting Online Ed: Mason Economics Professors’ Videos Get Global Views

Everyday Economics videos “flip the classroom” by letting viewers tell the teachers what topic to tackle next.

Good Morning, Mason! Radio Camp Tunes Youngsters in to Broadcasting Basics

Kids in grades sixth through 12th will get hands-on media experience in broadcasting during WGMU’s Summer Radio Camp this July and August

Not Just a Gut Feeling: Study Connects Digestion and Overall Health

Mason researcher Cara Frankenfeld has examined how reactions between compounds and bacteria in the intestinal tract could lead to discoveries for preventing various health problems.

Computer Design Program Is at the Top
of Its Game

Mason has been selected as a charter member of an elite national group whose role is to highlight how the higher education gaming curriculum helps spur innovation.

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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


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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