Coach Dave Paulsen’s approach to on-court success starts with building the right culture with his student-athletes.
The number of alumni donors increased by 8.65 percent and the dollars gifted increased by 72 percent. In the past few years, we’ve seen our first million-dollar gift from an alumnus and an increase in major gifts.
Have you recently gotten a new job? Started a family? Opened a new business? We want to know! Your class note could be featured on our social media channels or in the next issue of the Mason Spirit!
Last year, two-thirds of students applied for need-based aid, yet only 1 out of 20 had their financial needs fully met.
The George Mason University baseball team will begin a new chapter in the program’s history when the first pitch is thrown at Spuhler Field for the 2017 season.
George Mason University and Ceres Nanosciences recently created a urine-based Lyme disease test that was shown in a trial to be more accurate than the one the CDC uses.
Yuntao Wu wanted his research to matter. Having spent years working on trying to build better pesticides, he decided instead to go in a different direction. Now, he's researching a cure for HIV.
Mason lost a great scientist and colleague in Harold Morowitz last month.
Mason alumnus and Board of Trustees chair Jimmy Hazel, JD '84 was joined by many of his family members as the university honored him during Homecoming Week.
An impressive new home for the university’s College of Health and Human Services is quickly rising on the Fairfax Campus.
Mason’s first library was a state-of-the-art facility. But that was 1967. More than 40 years later, a new Fenwick Library has taken shape.
The question posed to presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders by a student at Mason’s School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution has become a video viewed more than 1.4 million times.
Learn about Faster Farther, the $500 million comprehensive campaign for Mason, and how you can make a contribution to the Alumni Association's scholarship endowment fund.
Alumni are encouraged to help recognize Mason’s outstanding alumni, faculty member, or senior student by nominating them for one of the Alumni Association’s annual awards. Deadline for submissions is Monday, Nov. 23.
Mason has arguably grown faster than any other American university. The question now becomes: how do we take that growth farther?
Lacrosse and Wrestling alumni topped this year’s giving challenge, earning bragging rights and extra funds for those teams, thanks to a gift from Dan Wotring, BIS ’97, and his wife, Patty.
Mason’s Board of Visitors approved the university’s 2015-16 annual budget totaling $977.6 million, a 3.4 percent increase from the previous year.
In 2014, the institute generated five businesses and more than 35 new jobs, and in the coming months, expects to spur four more businesses and 30 more jobs.
The new task force is part of the White House’s response to tenion between police departments and the communities they serve.
“I felt welcomed ... there was already someone at Mason that cared about me, and I wasn’t even there yet.”
Mason researchers have landed grants to pursue innovative approaches designed to unlock the debilitating puzzle of Alzheimer’s disease.
From custodian to one of Entrepreneur magazine's five finalists for college entrepreneur of the year, John T. Hill is making his dreams come true.
Ryan Richards wins Fulbright scholarship to find out if economic incentives can help Brazil.
Mason made its presence felt in its first year in the A-10.
More than 100 Mason alumni gathered to celebrate retiring Virginia Congressmen Frank Wolf and Jim Moran on Capitol Hill.