Mental performance coach Brian Levenson is helping American University wrestlers off the mat
Ahead of the Farm Bill 2018: Policy, Politics, and Potential symposium at SIS on March 28, we asked Global Environmental Politics Professor Garrett Graddy-Lovelace about the current and future farm bill
Sara Wise talks about her experiences as a Dean's Intern and her journalism path.
Frederic Sottnick chose to participate in the Graduate Professional Studies (GPS) program because he wanted to be at the epicenter of politics.
What would you do if you ran a public health nonprofit organization and just received a $400,000 grant to address critical drug abuse issues in our nation, including the opiate addiction crisis, alcohol abuse, and synthetic drug abuse throughout the US?
Journalism master's student Jordan Houston has been recognized for excellence in broadcast writing, visual storytelling and reporting.
Arielle Bernstein's book will examine how we love and loathe material things.
More than half of Americans are not aware that their right to an attorney in a criminal case is guaranteed by the United States Constitution.
Beginning with the 2017 cycle, the Fenwick Fellow program will expand beyond the single faculty award. University Libraries will offer an additional fellowship to fund a Mason faculty project proposal that specifically aligns with the Libraries’ ever-increasing activities in the area of digital scholarship (e.g., digital humanities, data-focused research, development of digital content and curation). Each Fenwick Fellow will receive $5,000, exclusive use of a furnished and equipped office in Fenwick Library as well as access to our Digital Scholarship Center (DiSC). Revised guidelines for Fenwick Fellow applications are forthcoming.
The Kogod Center for Cybersecurity Governance hosted the Solving Cyber Risk seminar on Tuesday, February 28, bringing together over 75 corporate risk managers, insurance brokers and cybersecurity professionals.
For Mandy Shimizu, MSA '17, the Women in the Entertainment Industry Panel was more than just a gender discussion. It was professional inspiration.
The National Academy of Social Insurance has named SPA Associate Professor Bradley Hardy as one of its distinguished social insurance experts, and member of its academy.
SPA welcomed Michael James on campus recently for a lecture about immigration as part of its Political Theory Institute’s Spring Colloquium Lecture Series.
Paul Bledsoe, an expert specializing in tax policy, energy, natural resources, and climate change, has joined SPA’s Center for Environmental Policy as an adjunct professorial lecturer.
The time before college graduation can be stressful for many students. Uncertainty about the future, what to do next, and where to go became important questions that need answers --- fast.
The Washington Mentorship Program gives freshman the opportunity to start their professional careers as soon as they set foot on a college campus.
"What is Agile?" This simple question, the theme of a recent Business Leadership Luncheon, left Kogod grad student Paige Davis feeling confident and motivated post-event.
Kicking off a spring semester filled with art, music, and cultural dialogue, AU's Carmel Institute of Russian Culture and History hosted a screening of the 1966 Soviet Russian film Andrei Rublev at the Embassy of the Russian Federation on February 28.
Ph.D. Candidate Riordan Frost gave a guest lecture at the University of Michigan on his project, “How Green is Your State? Constructing a modern state environmental index.”