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.
The Spring 2024 cohort of Next System Fellows is now open for applications, offering a unique path to realizing your ambitions. Creating a new world system is our ultimate goal and the focus of our research.
In late July, the Center for Energy Science Policy hosted 10 officials from Pakistan in a meeting sponsored by the U.S. State Department’s International Visitor Leadership Program. Their mission: To learn about U.S. renewable energy and climate policy, in the hopes of improving energy infrastructure in their home country.
The George Mason University, Institute for Immigration Research (IIR) invites applications for a one-year, renewable (up to three years) position as the Shrivastava Family Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Immigration Research. The successful candidate’s areas of specialization will include immigration, economic, social and political consequences of migration, quality of life, and the overall issues related to immigration policy. This position is critical to the success of the IIR and requires the full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the mission of the IIR.