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Manski discusses Palestine protests in Chile's El Mercurio

Manski discusses Palestine protests in Chile's El Mercurio

GM Sociology's Dr. Manski told El Mercurio, Chile's major daily, that the current Palestine "protest wave has much more in common with the student divestment campaigns of the 1980s and 1990s," than with the protests of the 1960s.

Alum David Arditi at The World Forum

Alum David Arditi at The World Forum

Recently, GMU CS alum David Arditi was invited to present a lecture at “The World Forum on Democracy, Tech and Human Kind,” an annual event that “unites leaders from politics, civil society, and culture, engaged in the ideas and practices for a better world and fundamental change.”

Join the IIR Team as a 2024-2025 GRA!

Join the IIR Team as a 2024-2025 GRA!

The Institute for Immigration Research (IIR) is accepting applications for a 2024-2025 Graduate Research Assistant position. Current George Mason graduate students can apply on Handshake for Job #8602728 by 2/19/24.

CFP “Muslim Women in Religious and Civic Leadership”

CFP “Muslim Women in Religious and Civic Leadership”

This year, the AbuSulayman Center’s annual conference will bring together both scholars and practitioners for an extended discussion of the many ways in which Muslim women are leading, shaping, and supporting their communities. It will examine the challenges they face in these leadership roles in a world where Muslim women continue to struggle against both patriarchal and Islamophobic assumptions about their agency and influence.

Liz Andrews honored with distinguished alumni award

Liz Andrews honored with distinguished alumni award

The College of Humanities and Social Sciences is proud to honor Liz Andrews, PhD Cultural Studies '19, with the 2023 Distinguished Alumni Award in Cultural Studies. Liz Andrews is an artist, curator, museum professional, and leader who is dedicated to the arts and social justice.

Interdisciplinary Studies: A Celebration of Scholarship

Interdisciplinary Studies: A Celebration of Scholarship

The master of arts in interdisciplinary studies (MAIS) program invites you to join us online on Wednesday, November 29 at 7:20 pm as we hear from several students about their research interests, and project and thesis proposals. You will learn more about the MAIS program, and winners of MAIS research grants will be announced.

Apply now for the Next System Fellowship

Apply now for the Next System Fellowship

The Spring 2024 cohort of Next System Fellows is now open for applications, offering a unique path to realizing your ambitions. Creating a new world system is our ultimate goal and the focus of our research.