The College of Humanities and Social Sciences is pleased to announce the May 2017 degree celebrations will be led by two outstanding alumni: chief historian for the White House Historical Association, Edward Lengel, and Lt. Col. Suzanne Devlin, a former acting chief of police for the Fairfax County Police Department and the current supervisor of safety and security for Loudoun County Public Schools.
Congratulations to GMU Cultural Studies graduate, Burns-Ardolino, associate professor in the Liberal Studies Department at Grand Valley State University, on the release of her new book, TV Female Foursomes and Their Fans.
An associate professor in the Department of History and Art History, Greet specializes in twentieth century Andean art, as well as Latin American artists in Europe. Greet was previously serving as ALAA’s vice president and began her three year term as president at the organization’s annual conference in February 2017.
For Pride Week, a screening and discussion of Moonlight. April 13, 4:30pm Johnson Center Cinema. The film presents a mental odyssey about the youth, adolescence, and adulthood of Chiron, who is growing up gay and black in Miami.
Holding a Giving Day expresses our belief in the power of broad-based support, especially from alumni. It's also a reminder that each and every person who sees the promise of George Mason University, its amazing faculty and enterprising students, can be a donor.
CS alumna Leah Perry was the guest speaker in the annual program recruitment event as a part of Spring 2017 colloquium series. She presented a talk titled "They Are Bringing Drugs, Crime and Rape: Gender, Race, and the Cultural Politics of U.S. Immigration". Read more here.