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Mason has a solution to the region’s tech worker shortage.

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Amazing Amazon Alumni

What’s do you get when you pair Virginia’s largest research university with one of the country’s tech giants? An extraordinary workforce.

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A Conversation with Anne Holton

Meet Anne Holton, Mason’s seventh–and first female–president

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Emerging Artists

The College of Visual and Performing Arts has started a program to support alumni artists at the start of their careers.

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Humanities’ Heavy Hitters

Last fall, the Chronicle of Higher Education recognized Mason as the eighth highest recipient of NEH funding in the past decade, with 37 projects receiving funding amounting to more than $5.8 million.

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Looking Back Moves Us Forward

As universities across the country are examining their pasts, George Mason University faculty and students have undertaken a research project looking at life a George Mason IV’s home, Gunston Hall.

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Studying a Language—and Maybe Preserving It, Too

The research that a Mason professor and students are doing today may help preserve a language for tomorrow.

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From the Issue

Patriot Profile: Dolica Gopisetty

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This year, Mason information technology major Dolica Gopisetty was on a panel of students discussing cloud computing at the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Public Sector Summit in Washington, D.C., and she so impressed those at Amazon that they invited her to be a keynote speaker at their conference in Seattle, Washington.

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Cheers to Class Work!

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NUTR 430/530 Introduction to Wine and Beer has one of the longest waiting lists at the university. Students put their taste buds to the test as they learn how wine and beer influence cultures and people’s relationship with alcohol and food.

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Clinical Trial for People with Parkinson’s

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Mason faculty and students at the College of Health and Human Services are taking some of the lessons learned from a recent spinal cord injury study and applying them to a new study for those with Parkinson’s disease.

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