The Northern Virginia Civil Rights Archive represents the result of a year long, community-wide endeavor to gather personal testimonials from Northern Virginia residents about the Civil Rights Movement, including their struggles and successes as well as their everyday experiences from the time period.
Fall for the Book, George Mason University's annual week-long festival of reading, has announced its schedule and participants for its sixteenth event. Nearly 150 writers and more than 20,000 attendees are expected to enjoy the festival's offerings held around Washington, Virginia, and Maryland.
Filmmaker Samantha Grant said that a primary motivation for making A Fragile Trust was to “restore faith in journalism” by revealing how Jayson Blair’s case developed from a particular set of circumstances. She emphasized the importance of journalistic institutions even as advancing technologies change the field.
Interested in joining the English Alumni Society? The English Department Outreach Committee needs your help! To create the best programs possible, alumni of any English department program are invited to complete a very brief outreach questionnaire. Your feedback will help us greatly!
The IAMMASON team welcomes students, staff, faculty and alumni to share their unique linguistic background and their views on diversity. Our researchers, LaBrea, Stephanie, and Aseel, are graduate students in the Linguistics Program.
Four faculty members from the College of Humanities and Social Sciences were recognized this year by the university's Center for Teaching and Faculty Excellence. We congratulate Eric Anderson, Alan More, Amy Best, and Jeremy Hodgson for their contributions to the excellent instruction of our students.