Mason Libraries student assistant Elizabeth Bass entered a “create-your-own-comic-book-character” sponsored by Marvel Comics and Harley-Davidson Motorcycles and won a trip to Comic-Con International: San Diego.
Inclusive and Accessible
Aubrey Whitehead left a State Department job to pursue a PhD in Education at Mason. His dissertation will look at why high school students avoid STEM programs and ways to reignite their interest.
Focused on Your Future
Create your own niche, break your own path
Located for Opportunity
Organizers with the Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs called on Mason professor Arthur Romano, second from left, to conduct a workshop on how to turn the musical art of hip-hop DJs, MCs, beatmakers, and dancers from around the world into tools for conflict resolution.
Kevin Clark, director of the Center for Digital Media Innovation and Diversity, did a study on how African-American youth in low- and middle-income communities can use technology to boost educational opportunities.
Driven to Serve
Seniors Jennifer Allen (nursing) and Ryan Allen (advertising), who are not related, will raise money and cancer awareness this summer by running and biking across the country for the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults.