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Lichter on Bannon's Role in Trump Campaign

Lichter on Bannon's Role in Trump Campaign

In an article on the Wired site, Robert Lichter, faculty member in the Department of Communication and director of Mason's Center for Media and Public Affairs, discusses the implications of media executive Steve Bannon serving as the CEO of Donald Trump's presidential campaign.

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Looking for a Fall Course? Here Are Some Good Ones!

Looking for a Fall Course? Here Are Some Good Ones!

Educational inequality. Social innovation. Public relations. Human rights. These courses, offered in fall 2016, will expand your view on real issues that affect the world around us. No matter what your major, your awareness of any of these big issues will bring new perspective to your education. Learn more!

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Cultural Worldviews Affect Sea Level Rise Risk Perceptions

Cultural Worldviews Affect Sea Level Rise Risk Perceptions

We are pleased to announce two new resources by Mason 4C researchers Karen Akerlof, Kathy Rowan and their colleagues. In a newly published paper in Environmental Science & Policy they explore public perceptions of sea level rise risks and the use of deliberation to facilitate community-based decision-making in Maryland.

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FAMS Courses for Fall 2016

FAMS Courses for Fall 2016

Courses include Bollywood and Beyond, Film and Video Forms, Global Horror Film, History of World Cinema, International Mysteries, Intro Documentary, Intro Film, Japanese Cinema, Music Video Experimentation, and War and International Film.

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PopMatters Internship Fall 2016

PopMatters Internship Fall 2016

Internship available for aspiring film reviewer at PopMatters. This is a chance to gain experience in writing reviews of film, television, and internet programming for a respected daily cultural studies magazine.

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Go Call Your Mom. Science Says It’ll Make You Feel Better.

Go Call Your Mom. Science Says It’ll Make You Feel Better.

Carla L. Fisher, an assistant professor at George Mason University, studies communication between family members and how that’s essential to health, with specific attention to mothers and daughters who are dealing with breast cancer. "There’s something about mothers and daughters...It’s just such a profound relationship," she says.

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Job Posting: Communication Intern

Job Posting: Communication Intern

The role of the Communication Intern is to recruit new students to join Student Media, assist with summer office projects and initiatives, maintain and increase social media presence, and provide support for the upcoming Fall semester.

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