Archive for April, 2005

Picture This…

April 29, 2005

LIFE Variety show

Fenwick Renovations Will Limit Access to Books This Summer

April 29, 2005

Fenwick Library on the Fairfax Campus will undergo two major renovation projects beginning in May and continuing through the summer. One is the replacement and improvement of the front steps and plaza area at the main entrance to Fenwick. The second project is the renovation and expansion of book stack space on Floor 2B.

This Month in the Community…

April 29, 2005

Following are members of the George Mason community who made presentations to community groups in April as part of the University Speakers Bureau. For more information on participating in the Speakers Bureau, call 703-993-8846.

George Mason in the News

April 29, 2005

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

Mason Experts Called in to Help Improve Policing in Trinidad and Tobago

April 29, 2005

By Lori Jennings

When Stephen Mastrofski, director of George Mason’s Administration of Justice Program in the Department of Public and International Affairs, was contacted by Trinidad’s Ministry of National Security last March to provide recommendations for the country’s police force, he had no idea of the scope of work to come. One thing was clear, however—Trinidad had a public safety crisis in the form of a skyrocketing crime problem, including drug and contraband trafficking, homicide, and kidnapping.

Picture This…

April 28, 2005

Team Space at Innovations 2005

Mason Spring Sports Roundup

April 28, 2005

Women’s lacrosse: Ten different players scored goals as George Mason’s women’s lacrosse team out-shot American University en route to a convincing 13-8 victory over the host Eagles Monday afternoon in nonconference play. Mason won its second consecutive game and closed its regular season with a 7-9 mark.

Transitions

April 28, 2005

This periodic Daily Gazette column highlights the comings and goings of George Mason faculty and staff, as well as promotions and job changes within the university. Send information to gazette@gmu.edu.

International Law Firm Displays Mason Student Artwork

April 28, 2005

By Jennifer Mitchell

Last month, an exhibit arranged by Mason students and containing works by Mason student artists went on display in a corporate environment in Northern Virginia. Art@Work, a three-year-old program hosted by the student group Artery and the Century Club of George Mason University Inc., along with the College of Visual and Performing Arts (CVPA), places student work in a public display space, giving it a chance to be seen and purchased.

One-Man Show Brings Einstein to Life

April 27, 2005

By Jennifer Mitchell

In celebration of Albert Einstein’s “miracle year” of 1905, professor Robert Ehrlich and Mason’s Department of Physics and Astronomy have arranged for two free performances of Einstein: A Stage Portrait on Saturday, May 7, at the Fairfax Campus.