The College of Humanities and Social Sciences and Career Services recently launched its new graduate school series aimed at helping students prepare for their graduate school search and find the program that best suits their career goals.
For the tenth year, the college presented its Undergraduate Research Symposium, the longest-running on Mason's campus. Featuring returning alumni and myriad research topics, the event capped off the hard work of the participating students.
This Quartz article notes some of the many (tech) CEOs who have earned liberal arts degrees and argues that humanities and social sciences training will better serve job seekers in the future. (Photo by Kyle Glenn on Unsplash)