This website contains information about the activities of the Industrial/Organizational Psychology Student Association and includes a listing of related links, conferences, and program information.
This site provides computer users and system administrators with the tools and information they need to secure their systems.
This site contains links to departments, courses, programs, degrees, downloadable forms, position announcements, policies, a tour of the Johnson Center, a map and directions to SITE II, resources, research capabilities, faculty, and research interests.
The Information Technology Unit at Mason provide workshop/training opportunities to Mason faculty, staff, and students.
This web page contains general campus computer resource information including assistance with online computer accounts, technical alerts, software downloads, and dial-up access numbers.
Site includes information about the M.S. and Ph.D. programs, including course descriptions and admissions requirements. Site also contains background information about conflict analysis and resolution, an annotated bibliography, a listing of organizations either hosted or supported by the institute, an ICAR publications list from which the public can order, and ICAR newsletters in full text.
The Office of Institutional Assessment is responsible for assessment and reporting on student learning and academic programs, including academic program review, support unit review, general education, and State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV) learning competencies. OIA conducts student and alumni surveys, and supports department and program assessment activities. Links to institutional reports, MATS, workshops, and assessment resources.
The Office of Institutional Research and Reporting (IRR) serves as the official source of university data. The IRR website contains both current and historical data published by IRR. Some of the commonly requested data available on the website include: student and course enrollment reports, degrees conferred reports, program level information to support academic program reviews, faculty and staff statistics, course ratings, Unit Profiles of academic units, the Common Data Set, and the Factbook.
The Division of Instructional Technologies (DoIT comprises four units: Classroom Technologies, GMU-TV, the Instructional Resource Center (IRC), and the Student Technology Assistance and Resources Center (STAR). Taken as a whole, the mission of DoIT is to support excellence in learning and teaching at George Mason University.
The Intellectual Property Law Society promotes the study of intellectual property law at the School of Law. Conferences, seminars, and speakers programs allow members to explore issues related to intellectual property law and career opportunities within the field.
An independent appraisal activity established within the organization to examine and evaluate the adequacy and effectiveness of its activities as a service to the organization.
This website contains information about the Office of International Programs and Services, which a resource for international students at Mason, including immunization requirements, events and news, and links.
Site contains general information about CISA’s programs (ACCESS, BRIDGE, Peer Educational Mentorship, and Peer Learning Partnership). CISA offers first-year academic programs and experiences for international and immigrant students to help them achieve their potential in a culturally inclusive learning environment.
This website contains information about the Intervarsity Christian Fellowship activities on campus, including the times and places of prayer and Bible study.
The Ireland 32 website contains information about Ireland, including the Irish peace process, Irish studies in the United States and Ireland, news, human rights information, Irish literature, and activist information about Ireland and Latin America.