The Mason Spirit

Special Summer Courses and Seminars Focus on Topics Related to Sept. 11

This summer George Mason will be offering a special series of classes and seminars to examine issues raised by the attacks on Sept. 11. The courses cover such topics as conflict resolution, bioterrorism, economic issues, the politics and religion of the Middle East, and how we can help ourselves and our children cope with terrorism.

The courses are offered in the departments of Biology, History and Art History, Communication, Public and International Affairs, Psychology, Economics, and Philosophy and Religious Studies, as well as in New Century College, the College of Nursing and Health Science, the Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, the School of Information Technology and Engineering, the School of Computational Sciences, and the School of Public Policy.

For more information or to register, visit the summer term web site at summer.gmu.edu or call (703) 993-2300.