Archive for May, 2003

This Week in the News

May 30, 2003

Following are highlights of national news coverage George Mason received in the past week.

This Month in the Community…

May 30, 2003

Members of the George Mason community made presentations to community groups in May as part of the University Speakers Bureau.

Film Festival Examines Afghan History

May 30, 2003

A series of documentaries and short films chronicling Afghanistan’s past, present, and future will be shown tomorrow from 2 to 7 p.m. in the Johnson Center Cinema.

Washington Health Policy Institute Begins on Monday

May 30, 2003

“The Nation’s Health: Action through Public Policy” is the theme of the 11th Washington Health Policy Institute, which begins on Monday at the Arlington Campus’ Mercatus Center.

Campus Libraries Switch to Summer Hours

May 29, 2003

Summer hours for libraries on all three campuses are now in effect. The libraries are closed on Independence Day, July 4.

TFA’s First Light Festival Presents Play Readings

May 29, 2003

TheaterSpace in the Performing Arts Building on the Fairfax Campus is the setting for the third annual Theater of the First Amendment First Light Festival on Saturday, May 31.

University to Host 18 Commencements in June

May 29, 2003

At most universities, commencement marks the end of major graduation events for the academic year. But at George Mason, it’s just beginning.

Summer Socials Begin June 4

May 28, 2003

Next Wednesday, June 4, University Life begins the seventh year of Summer Socials for George Mason faculty, staff, and students.

ELI Sponsors Course on Effective Use of English

May 28, 2003

The English Language Institute will offer a 10-week English as a Second Language course from June 3 to August 7 at George Mason’s Arlington Campus.

Klimoski Donates Psychology Handbooks

May 28, 2003

Richard Klimoski, dean of the School of Management (SOM), presented the University Libraries with two 13-volume sets of the Handbook of Psychology, a comprehensive reference of the many faceted field.