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Kinesiology major Isaiah West spent a month in Senegal as a strength and conditioning intern at NBA Academy Africa. He worked with students from such nations as Benin, Mali, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and the Central African Republic.
Honing Young Players’ Hoop Dreams in Senegal
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Christina Cherry (left), a senior human development and family science major, and Jasmine Felder, a master’s student concentrating in counseling and development, say their research helps give a voice to families facing displacement through gentrification.
Students Give Voice to a Community in Need
Mason scientist Alessandra Luchini, center, worked with an international team to develop nanotechnology that could lead to a rapid test for tuberculosis that could save millions of lives. Research participants include Ruben Magni, a research associate, and Marissa Howard, a biology graduate student.
Mason Scientists’ TB Research Could Help Millions
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson speaks to George Mason University President Ángel Cabrera at Harris Theatre on the Fairfax Campus in advance of Tillerson’s first official trip to Africa. “Today the case for going abroad is more compelling than any time in my life,” he says.
Tillerson Urges Mason Students to Travel the World
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