The Cultural Studies Program has a limited number of teaching and research assistantships for highly qualiﬁed students. If awarded a teaching assistantship, students with strong preparation may be assigned to teach their own course; others have the opportunity to develop their teaching skills by working closely with an outstanding faculty member.
George Mason University offers numerous funding opportunities to enhance the academic performances and professional developments of George Mason University students. You can read an overview of the grants and awards offered to graduate students by the Office of the Provost from this link. Additionally, the George Mason Center for Humanities Research (CHR) offers competitive one-semester research fellowships for which Cultural Studies students are eligible to apply. Please see here for more information.