Site includes information about past and present exhibits, as well as the telephone number, location, and hours of the gallery.
The Gamma Phi Beta website contains information about the sorority, including Mason’s chapter officers and a history of the sorority.
This departmental site gives faculty directories and class listings along with student projects/papers, information about on-campus activities (such as the Geography Club), and cartography resources on the web.
The George Mason Review is a cross-disciplinary, undergraduate journal. Through the publication of exemplary, scholarly works, the GMR acts as a medium for discussion among us—the Mason undergraduate body—about scholarship. It seeks to re-vision scholarship by exploring and challenging the boundaries separating disciplines from each other, the humanities from the sciences, and academic from creative. In doing so, the GMR hopes to represent the academic excellence of the Mason undergraduate body.
The Department of Global and Community Health prepares individuals for new health professional roles at the community and global level through dynamic undergraduate and graduate programs. Students of these programs apply theoretical concepts, real world experience and research findings to the goal of enhancing health and the health care of populations.
The Office of Global Strategy provides leadership and support to a university committed to realizing its global goals. It assists faculty, students, and units to pursue international activities, including through coordination of efforts across units and beyond borders. The office represents Mason’s global interests to governmental and non-governmental agencies, business and community leaders, and educational partners around the world. It also serves as an incubator for innovative projects through which Mason faculty and students engage with counterparts across the globe.
CGS is a research center comprising more than 100 associate faculty members whose collective expertise spans the full range of the humanities, the social and natural sciences, and information technology and engineering, as well as practice-oriented fields, such as conflict resolution, public policy, law, management, and health. CGS also coordinates outreach efforts in the area of global studies, facilitating access to the university’s full range of global expertise for multiple communities and audiences.
GMU-TV televises courses for credit that are broadcast over cable TV. It also broadcasts special events such as commencement and public interest forums. Site includes channels and hours of operation, schedules, and newsgroups on popular TV shows.
This website provides information about George Mason’s video yearbook, GMView, including how to order a copy.
The Office of Government and Community Relations is the primary contact for federal, state, and local government as well as individuals, business and community organizations that seek involvement with Mason. The Office of Government and Community Relations includes three departments: Office of Federal Government Relations, Office of State Government Relations, Office of Community and Local Government Relations.
This website provides information for the Mason community regarding graduate program and course approvals. It also provides procedural guidance for the Mason community.
The Commonwealth Graduate Engineering Program is a consortium of state universities providing televised graduate engineering courses and master’s degree programs via NETWORK.VIRGINIA, a state-wide ATM network. The telecommunications system is two-way video and two-way audio between faculty teaching resident classes and students in classrooms throughout the Commonwealth. All classes are also videotaped for later viewing by students.
The Office of Graduate Fellowships assists master’s and doctoral students in identifying the full range of appropriate opportunities and preparing for extramural fellowship competitions.
This site helps Mason graduate and professional students navigate the university and includes an event calendar, resources, information about graduate student life-sponsored activities, and the Mason Grad Insider blog.
The Office of the Registrar created this site, which enables students to apply for graduation online. The site contains the following links: Graduation Process Summary; Graduation Intent Form; Academic Records, which enables students to access records online; Print Forms, which provides print-outs of forms; Graduation Maintenance, which enables students to determine where they are in the process that determines whether they can graduate; and Frequently Asked Questions.