Mason PhD students seeking dedicated space for dissertation work on the Fairfax campus may now apply for exclusive use of the new Dissertation Writers Room (DWR) in Fenwick Library. Located in Room 518, Wing C, the room features eleven assigned carrels and shelves to store research materials. Students are provided a unique door code to access the DWR.
Mason doctoral students, who have passed their comprehensive exams and are in good standing with the University and the University Libraries, are eligible to request a space. Spaces in the DWR are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis (based on date/time submitted) until room capacity is filled. Doctoral students will have use of the DWR through mid-August 2014.
A student’s academic standing must be verified by his/her department; this verification is required to complete the DWR Request Form. Download the form and return it to the Fenwick Library Circulation Desk; applications are also available at the Fenwick Circulation Desk.
On January 29, 2014, President Steven Knapp awarded International Brotherhood of Teamsters General President James P.
There are no classes on Monday, February 17, in honor of Presidents Day, but Gelman and Eckles are open regular hours. The National Security Archive will be closed and GW Drop-in Tutoring for Econ, Accy, Math, and Bio are cancelled.
Mullen Library and the campus libraries will be closed on Friday, February 14. The IM/Chat with a Librarian service will be available 2-5 pm and 6-9 pm.
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Fenwick Library and online reference service will be open today, February 14, from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. All other Mason Libraries are closed (includes Law Library).
Setting the Example: George Washington's Military Leadership
with Edward G. Lengel, Director, The Papers of George Washington
Friday, February 20 at 6:30pm
Gelman, Room 702
As part of the university’s celebration honoring George Washington’s birthday, Professor Lengel will discuss the leadership lessons of our namesake’s legacy.
All members of the GW community are invited to attend. Please register at go.gwu.edu/gwlecture2014.
Gelman and Eckles are closed, but librarians are available until 8pm to answer your questions. Click the "Chat Now!" icon on the Ask A Librarian page to connect with live help.