Both Saints squad sit in 5th after five events
She attended the organization’s Healthcare Summit in DC.
Task Force will examine burden of federal regulations on colleges and universities.
On a Sensual Note turns songs into community cheer this season.
Adjunct Professor Bill Shields will lead the largest and most prominent professional association dedicated to advancing the art, science, teaching, and practice of public and non-profit administration.
Elizabeth Crowe named as recipient of the inaugural Bowles Endowment Award.
Kogod alumna Thelma Venichand uses her entrepreneurial drive to bring clean cooking alternatives to her native Mozambique.
Mason Libraries begin longer open hours this weekend. Good luck on finals!
American University senior on attending Hardball Town Hall event with President Barack Obama
University Professor James Mittelman explores the significance of Nelson Mandela.
With NASA funding the AU team restored a planetarium and observatory at Howard University.
MSNBC’s Chris Matthews interviews Obama in Greenberg Theatre.
Fischer led the Saints to a pair of road victories last week
International Media professor Rick Rockwell shares experiences of his recent lecture tour to South America.
Tempus fugit – carpe diem! Today, December 5, is the last day to
- Enter the JCL Library Deluxe Study Room drawing
- Register for the JCL Undergraduate Research & Write-In Day
Five Saints score in double-figures in the upset victory
Daja Belt scores career-high 12 points
Students learned about “Design thinking” during the Discover Design Thinking Workshop hosted by the Social Enterprise program at SIS.
Frederick Barton, Assistant Secretary of State for Conflict and Stabilization Operations, told an SIS audience that the United States is entering a “golden era of American diplomacy.”
In the Middle East, water too often equals conflict. This past summer, when a team of Masters students from SIS arrived in Israel and the Palestinian West Bank for a capstone research practicum on water issues, they found ample evidence of this reality.