What role does writing play in our lives? Professionals from three different fields (history, journalism, law) discuss the importance of writing in the 21st century. In Spanish and English. Thursday, March 29, from 12:00-1:15 PM
We would like you to meet Jessica Smith of the Women's Business Center of Northern Virginia where she connects women, minorities and socially and economically disadvantaged individuals with the resources they need to build sustainable businesses. She has also presented her work at the Women and Gender Studies Annual Gender Research Conference in the past.
Curriculum impact grants, designed to encourage innovative programs with interdisciplinary, cross-unit curriculum, offer students new ways to consider some of the most critical issues facing our society. College faculty are involved with eleven of the newly funded programs.
Well-being is more than just a concept – it’s a way of living. At Mason, we aim to thrive together. A vital part of that is inspiring each other. Have you screwed up? We all do sometimes. Tell us your rebound resilience story. Do you enjoy a certain well-being practice? Let us know.
Emily Vraga, faculty member in the Department of Communication, contributes to a Politico article on Facebook’s efforts to fact-check news shared on its site: she explains that including “related articles” alongside disputed "news" offers additional information instead of emphasizing the dispute itself.
George Mason University’s ninth annual communication forum, called #RealNews2017, invited communication experts to address the topics on journalists’ minds and Twitter feeds — the challenge of gathering, dispensing and presenting news in a socially mediated world.