Features

With a Little Help From Our Friends

The generosity of donors doesn’t just impact Mason—it changes lives. Four students and alumni share their stories about how your dollars have made a difference.

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Guiding Principals

What makes the public schools in Northern Virginia some of the best in the country? The reasons are many, but leadership might be the most significant—and Mason alumni are making an impact in school systems all over the region.

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25 Ways Mason Is Military Friendly

For almost a decade, George Mason University has been ranked as one of the most military-friendly universities in the country. Join the Mason Spirit in counting all the ways Mason is working to recognize you or your family member’s service.

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What’s Up, Docs?

Doctoral students are a vital part of a large research university. In this feature we look at several researchers who have made Mason their educational end zone.

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Ancient Text Yields New Understanding

A Mason religious studies professor is leading a team of scholars who are translating a rare 16th-century Maya text.

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There Is No One Right Way to Treat a Patient—There Are 7 Billion

Personalized. Precision. Predictive. One size doesn’t fit all, especially when it comes to health care.

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From the Issue

Kauri George, Film and Video Studies

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Year: Senior Major: Film and Video Studies Hometown: Centreville, Virginia Switching Gears: With a little push from herself, and before getting in too deep, Kauri George decided to shift away from her studies in journalism and instead follow her dreams of film and video. She wanted to have a hand in every aspect of film,…

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Growing Up Mason

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English major Meghan Levinson “graduated” from Mason’s Child Development Center when she was five. She is now part of Mason’s Honors College and fondly remembers her days at the center.

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Creative Differences

More from Research

When most people think of how the great ideas of our time came about, they envision a single ‘eureka!’ moment when the idea arrives, fully formed, to only a special few. Mason management professor Matthew Cronin’s new book argues otherwise.

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