May 13, 2009
Each year, two outstanding students are selected as representatives to the George Mason University Board of Visitors (BOV).
This year, David W. Lieu and Gleason Rowe were chosen from among a highly competitive field of scholars. Each student will serve one year on the board as a nonvoting member.
May 12, 2009
D’Leon Barnett, an integrative studies sophomore with a concentration in legal studies, is one of 16 students nationwide invited to participate in the Institute for Responsible Citizenship’s Washington Program.
Rachael Dickson, a rising Mason senior majoring in history with an electronic journalism minor, has been named one of the nation’s top 100 student journalists by UWire, a free wire service for college student media.
May 7, 2009
Members of Mason Intercollegiate Athletics recognized the 2009 senior class at the 2009 Senior Salute awards banquet on May 5.
The Aimee Willard Commemorative Award was presented to senior baseball player Scott Krieger.
April 10, 2009
The Mason Forensics Team placed second in the 32nd Annual American Forensic Association National Individual Events Tournament held recently at the University of Akron.
April 9, 2009
Junior Philip Naudus, who has a double major in physics and math, says he is “extremely excited” about being Mason’s first Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship winner.
April 8, 2009
Danial Anas Kaysi, a senior conflict analysis and resolution (CAR) major with a business administration minor, has been named Mason’s first Junior Fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
March 24, 2009
Twenty-eight students won honors at the 2009 National Association of Teachers of Singing Virginia State Conference and Vocal Competition.
March 24, 2009
Senior graphic design major Allison Coates demonstrates that hard work and determination during a job search pay off.
March 20, 2009
With her ashy blonde hair trimmed into a neat bob and funky red-framed eyeglasses, Anne Shaw doesn’t look like the typical undergraduate nursing student.
March 18, 2009
Freelance photographer Sarah Day knows a thing or two about persistence. When she first learned of a photo competition sponsored by the Global Health Council in 2008, the deadline for that year’s competition had already passed. But she decided to submit a photo she had taken during a trip to Southern Sudan anyway.