Accolades

Gregory W. Fowler honored with distinguished alumni award

Gregory W. Fowler honored with distinguished alumni award

The College of Humanities and Social Sciences is proud to honor Gregory W. Fowler, MA English '95, with the 2022 Distinguished Alumni Award in English. Fowler is a distinguished scholar and administrator, he is a leader in developing innovative learning models and experiences for adult and nontraditional populations around the world.

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Allen Johnson honored with distinguished alumni award

Allen Johnson honored with distinguished alumni award

The College of Humanities and Social Sciences is proud to honor Allen Johnson, BA English '99, with the 2022 Distinguished Alumni Award in African and African American Studies. Johnson has been a dynamic and proven expert in the Washington D.C., Maryland, and Virginia Real Estate community for more than 20 years. 

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CCCC Grant Leads to Hybrid Learning Website

CCCC Grant Leads to Hybrid Learning Website

A team of composition faculty at Mason was awarded the CCCC Research Initiative Grant for a project focused on investigating student perceptions and experiences in hybrid courses, and as a result of that grant, the team has debuted a website with resources and evidence-based materials that support faculty who design and teach hybrid courses.

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Douglas Wulf wins "Teacher of Distinction" award Accolades

Douglas Wulf wins "Teacher of Distinction" award

Congratulations to Doug on being awarded one of the "Teachers of Distinction " at George Mason. This recognizes his commitment to teaching and mentoring our linguistics students. He will be recognized and celebrated at the 2016 Celebration of Teaching Excellence on Monday, April 11, from 3:30pm-5:00pm in the main lobby of the Center for the Arts

Aseel Alammar wins award for best abstract Accolades

Aseel Alammar wins award for best abstract

Linguistics PhD student Aseel Alammar was recently awarded the Best Abstract Award from the 2nd Interdisciplinary Conference in Linguistics at the University of Georgia. She presented her paper : Second Language Perception of Word Segmentation, in October 2015.