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Humanities’ Heavy Hitters

By Mary Lee Clark on July 1, 2019

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

By Mary Lee Clark on June 27, 2019

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

By Art Taylor, MFA '06 on June 27, 2019

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

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Leading Groundbreaking Research Initiatives

By Rob Riordan on May 15, 2019

Our research and faculty are leading the way.

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Recruiting and Retaining Stellar Faculty

By Rob Riordan on May 15, 2019

We create real-world knowledge.

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Improving Access to Higher Education

By Rob Riordan on May 15, 2019

Funding student scholarships

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Providing Students with a World-Class Education

By Rob Riordan on May 15, 2019

There are no limits to what Mason students can do.

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Bolstering Academics, Athletics, and the Arts

By Rob Riordan on May 15, 2019

World-class ideas are created in world-class spaces.

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Moving Mason Forward

By Rob Riordan on March 22, 2019

Thanks to the generosity of the Mason Nation, we’ve achieved the biggest fundraising goal in our history.

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