It’s that time of year...tell us what you love about Mason Libraries and you could win a sweet prize! Mason students, faculty, staff and alums are eligible. One entry per person. One prize for best entry will be awarded. Winner will be contacted by email only. Enter now through February 16!
For more information, contact Jamie Coniglio, jconigli @ gmu.edu, 703-993-2207.
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University Libraries welcome all Mason alums home this weekend! While you’re meandering through memories, places and spaces on the Fairfax Campus, you can see the progress on Mason Libraries’ current big project: the construction of the New Fenwick Library Addition. Stop into Fenwick Library to view the Special Collections and Archives exhibit Picturing the Eastern Front. Take a stroll through the Fenwick Gallery and view the exhibit of Artists’ Maps. Head over to the Johnson Center and see what’s new in Gateway Library.
More items of interest for alumni include these selected online collections:
- A History of Mason
- George Mason University Yearbook Collection
- GM View: Video Yearbooks 1990-2011
- George Mason University Facilities Planning Documents, 1960-2007
- Physical and digital documents from George Mason University Facilities Planning Department, many of which are held in Special Collections & Archives, University Libraries.
- The Life and Work of Dr. John Warfield
- Madness@Mason: Documenting a Dream Season
- President Lorin Thompson Scrapbooks
- Dr. Thompson served first as Chancellor (1966-1972) of George Mason College of the University of Virginia and then President of George Mason University (1972-1973). Two scrapbooks compiled by Thompson contain newspaper clippings, notes, photographs, invitations, other documents, and ephemera.
We welcome you back, and welcome your continued interest and support. Go Mason!
University Libraries and University Life/Prince William are hosting a fast-paced grant-writing workshop, Writing Winning Grants: A Primer for Grant-Seekers, on Tuesday, February 17, 2015, from 11 a.m -1 p.m on the Prince William Campus, Beacon Hall, Room 1008 (Student Study Lounge). RSVP now!
The workshop aims to assist Mason graduate students and faculty who want to learn fundamental strategies for successful grant writing. With the expert assistance of Mason’s research librarians, you’ll discover top grant finding resources. The workshop will explore the full cycle of grant development from an idea to a proposal, from searching for funding, completing the application, and to managing an award.
Participants are encouraged to bring their own laptops and can use their Mason’s parking passes for parking at Beacon Hall. Lunch is provided by University Life/Prince William. To reserve your space, sign up at http://goo.gl/yOVxAr
For more information, please contact Doug Hernandez, email@example.com, 703-993-8357.
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