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College's Students Showcase Remarkable Research

College's Students Showcase Remarkable Research

The spring saw a record number of College of Humanities and Social Sciences students participating in the Undergraduate Research Symposium, the college's annual showcase of student research, and in Mason's Celebration of Student Scholarship.

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College Celebrates Alumni at Two Special Events

College Celebrates Alumni at Two Special Events

The College of Humanities and Social Sciences rolled out a red carpet for its alumni over the course of two evenings during the university's Alumni Weekend. The Distinguished Alumni Reception recognized some of the contributions made by college alumni, and a social event, open to all college alumni, combined scholarship and relaxing fun.

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David Gibson Named Mason's Employee of the Month

David Gibson Named Mason's Employee of the Month

Congratulations to William David Gibson, case management specialist in the college's Office of Undergraduate Academic Affairs! He has been named George Mason University's Employee of the Month for September, 2014. University president Ángel Cabrera presented the award in a ceremony attended by David's family and colleagues.

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Reaching the STARS: Mason Achieves National Gold Sustainability Rating

Reaching the STARS: Mason Achieves National Gold Sustainability Rating

Strengthening President Ángel Cabrera’s declaration that George Mason University’s pursuit of sustainability goals is a central feature of its commitment to being a university for the world, George Mason has become the first university in Virginia to achieve a Gold Rating from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education.

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Active Minds and Mason Organizations Present Powerful Message

Active Minds and Mason Organizations Present Powerful Message

On Wednesday, September 10, World Suicide Prevention Day, the university teamed with the national awareness campaign Active Minds to deliver an eloquent message about the impact of campus suicide. The Send Silence Packing exhibit on the Fairfax Campus's North Plaza offered an opportunity to learn about suicide prevention resources.

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Summer Days by the Vernal Pool

Summer Days by the Vernal Pool

Integrative Studies major Melissa (Mimi) Fuerst spent her summer working at the pool—a vernal pool near Warrenton, Va., that is. Thanks to a second grant from George Mason University’s Office of Student Scholarship, Creative Activities, and Research (OSCAR), Fuerst has been able to continue her research on mole salamanders on the Piedmont.

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