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Religion, Politics, and the 2024 Election

Religion, Politics, and the 2024 Election

Benjamin Park, prolific historian of American religion, politics, and nationalism, will speak on "The Mormon Vote, Past and Present: Paradox and Potential in the Religious Right Coalition."

Mason Faculty Nominated for Prestigious Teaching Awards

Mason Faculty Nominated for Prestigious Teaching Awards

The School of Integrative Studies celebrates the outstanding achievements of its faculty with nominations for the Teaching Excellence Awards by the Sterns Center. These nominations highlight the commitment of Mason's educators in shaping the future. Join us in applauding our distinguished nominees as they continue to inspire and lead in the academic community. The award winners will be honored at the April ceremony, marking a significant milestone in Mason's commitment to academic excellence.

George Mason incubator helps immigrant entrepreneurs rise In The Media

George Mason incubator helps immigrant entrepreneurs rise

A recent article in Virginia Business highlights the launch of the Shrivastava Family Refugee and Immigrant Success through Entrepreneurship (RISE) program at the George Mason's Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE).

Dzaleka Art Project: Arts in a Refugee Camp in Malawi

Dzaleka Art Project: Arts in a Refugee Camp in Malawi

Dr. Lisa Gilman, Professor of Folklore and English at George Mason University and IIR Faculty Affiliate, has released the Dzaleka Art Project website. The art project is a community-based collaborative project by and about the arts and artists living as refugees in the Dzaleka camp in Malawi.

Drew Johnson honored with distinguished alumni award

Drew Johnson honored with distinguished alumni award

The College of Humanities and Social Sciences is proud to honor Drew Johnson, BS Marketing '96, MAIS '99, with the 2023 Distinguished Alumni Award in MAIS. Johnson is a highly accomplished strategic communications executive with more than 25 years of experience across the global sports marketing, media, and entertainment industry.

Interdisciplinary Studies: A Celebration of Scholarship

Interdisciplinary Studies: A Celebration of Scholarship

The master of arts in interdisciplinary studies (MAIS) program invites you to join us online on Wednesday, November 29 at 7:20 pm as we hear from several students about their research interests, and project and thesis proposals. You will learn more about the MAIS program, and winners of MAIS research grants will be announced.