This website lists upcoming events in the EagleBank Arena and includes directions and ticket information.
The Early Identification Program (EIP) is an innovative, multi-year college preparatory program for high school students. Program activities are free and held on the Fairfax and Prince William Campuses of George Mason University.
This site provides information about the graduate and undergraduate Economics programs, extensive faculty bios, links to economic policy groups, and a departmental bulletin board.
The EDGE offers leadership and team-building programs and includes hands-on experiential learning programs that offer thought-provoking yet fun team development activities and workshops that are grounded in cutting edge team and organizational development theory.
The Graduate School of Education is a professional school dedicated to the improvement of educational theory and practice through teaching, research, and professional service. This site contains several links, including Mission Statement, Weekly Newsletter, Search GSE, Faculty, Programs of Study, Centers, Dean’s Office, and GSE Web Courses. It also contains a link for education-related resources.
This departmental site has information on degree programs, courses, research, and faculty, as well as links to ECE course web pages.
Explore your options! This site will connect you to student jobs on campus, internships, co-ops, part-time positions and full-time positions via HireMason, an online search engine designed specifically for the Mason community. Links to federal work study jobs and careers at Mason are also provided.
The George Mason University Energy Department mission is to aggressively pursue energy-saving activities and to provide adequate support of these activities to consume energy in the most efficient manner possible. A building should function productively; it should use energy economically, make the work place more comfortable, and react automatically to weather conditions.
The Volgenau School of Engineering’s programs cover a wide array of disciplines including applied information technology, electrical and computer engineering, computer science, mechanical engineering, systems engineering and operations research, civil, environmental, and infrastructure engineering, statistics, and bioengineering.
This site, maintained by the English department, includes a schedule of undergraduate and graduate courses, a checklist for English majors, faculty photos, and links to related websites such as The Writing Center and the Graduate Creative Writing Program.
The Environmental Health and Safety Office (EHS) partners with various University officials, departments, and personnel to promote health, safety, environmental protection, and compliance with applicable local, state, and federal regulations. This mission is accomplished by establishing environmental, health and safety policies and procedures, providing training, implementing preventive actions, and ensuring continuous improvement of Mason’s health and safety programs.
The Department of Environmental Science and Policy offers the B.S. in Environmental Science, the B.A. in Environmental and Sustainability Studies, the M.S. and Ph.D. in Environmental Science and Policy, as well as a graduate certificate in Environmental Conflict Resolution and Collaboration in conjunction with the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution (S-CAR).
George Mason University Events, compiled by Information Services contains a complete listing of activities for several months in advance, including sports, movies, concerts, and academic and cultural events.
Events Production, a unit of Student Centers, provides technical support for events at George Mason. Support includes sound reinforcement, lighting, video and teleconference feeds, press feeds, and custom system design.
Office of University Events. This site is dedicated to the management of University events, including commencement, conferences, and more.
The Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy, housed in the Administration of Justice Department at George Mason University, seeks to make scientific research central in decisions about crime and justice policies by advancing rigorous studies in criminal justice and criminology and proactively serving as an informational link to practitioners and the policy community.