History, business, psychology, sociology, and conflict analysis all contribute to an understanding of cultural shifts: their meaning and significance, how they happen, and how people can affect change in their own lives.
Seniors Jennifer Allen (nursing) and Ryan Allen (advertising), who are not related, will raise money and cancer awareness this summer by running and biking across the country for the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults.
Elena Prien, a graduate of George Mason University, endowed undergraduate student scholarships with the goal of enhancing students’ well-being. These scholarships will be awarded to students whose lives can benefit from resources to support their well-being in various domains. Elena’s Scholarships are open to full-time, undergraduate students from all academic majors. Priority will be given to applicants who are just beginning their intentional efforts to cultivate well-being.
Soon after Bryan Dalton stepped off the plane from the United States for field school in Nicaragua, the junior archaeology major was picked up from the airport and whisked away to save an archaeological site on the brink of destruction.
A major or minor in Latin American studies can open doors to an array of international opportunities. With spring registration coming up, why not consider learning about the culture, history, and politics of this fascinating region?