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Mason and Mexican Students Partner to Help Start-Up Businesses

Nine George Mason University students from the School of Business traveled to Mexico City over spring break to team with students from the Instituto Tecnólogico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey to develop business strategies for four Mexican start-up businesses. Students from both universities have been consulting with the Mexican companies all semester to develop […]

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Mason hosts AIEA Thematic Forum on internationalization of university research

George Mason University’s Center for Global Studies hosted a thematic forum, Internationalizing the University: Globalizing Research and Innovation via US-EU Transatlantic Cooperation. The forum, sponsored by the Association of International Education Administrators was organized by the Office of Global Strategy and in close cooperation with the EU Delegation to the USA, BILAT 2.0 USA, and […]

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Class Explores Healing and Community Development in Cambodia

Over winter break, New Century College associate professor Al Fuertes led 13 undergraduate and graduate students on the course NCLC 498 Post-Genocide Community Development and Spirituality in Cambodia. Fuertes’s goal in organizing the course was to help students recognize the resilience of survivors of extreme violence and the impact that development and spirituality can have […]

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Amazon WaSH Project to Start Funding Campaign for 2015 Peru Trip

Members of the Amazon WaSH Project are preparing for their fourth summer trip to the Peruvian Amazon to work with the Maijuna (pronounced my-HOON-a) indigenous group. This year, team members will spend two weeks in the Nueva Vida and Puerto Huamán communities. The Amazon WaSH Project team will begin accepting donations through their Indiegogo   […]

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Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence Brings Global Perspective to Mason Students

A key advantage of having a Fulbright Scholar at a university is to build students’ understanding of other cultures. At George Mason University, 30 students are gaining this understanding and more from a social work professor who strived to eradicate a deadly disease from India through the grassroots education of the populace. Professor Zubair Meenai, […]

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