Mason junior biology major Christopher Fernandez received a prestigious Udall Scholarship, which honors the legacy of the late brothers and politicians, Morris and Stewart Udall. The $7,000 award goes to sophomores and juniors committed to matters related to the environment or Native Americans.
Inclusive and Accessible
In April of 1972, Virginia Gov. A. Linwood Holton Jr. signed a bill that separated “George Mason College” from the University of Virginia. In addition to his part in establishing Mason, he also played a leading role in integrating Virginia schools. Here, he walks his daughter to her public school class.
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Located for Opportunity
Mason Arts Management graduate student Ina Descartes got an internship at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C., where she worked in the Department of Exhibits.
Isabella Nicola plays the violin with a 3-D prosthetic left arm designed by a senior design team of bioengineering students from Mason's Volgenau School of Engineering.
Driven to Serve
Mason sophomore Amrit Tamang, a native of Nepal, helped build temporary shelters for his relatives, headed efforts to bring water to the villages, and helped restore electricity with solar panels following a pair of devastating earthquakes.