- November 16, 2023
Are flying saucers real? Are they a national security threat? The outgoing director of the Pentagon’s UAP program and a Washington Post intelligence reporter discuss what’s new and known in the UFO world.
- November 20, 2023
The big winners of a two-month-long competition to create innovative ways to combat counterfeiting were Mason students and alumni—and the world at large. See who won the thousands in prize money in the Bring Down Counterfeiting Hackathon 2023 and who helped sponsor it.
- September 7, 2023
Rock stars abound! University undergraduates are invited to a weekend-long policy communications and writing workshop in Arlington, Virginia—for free, hotel included. Apply now!
- August 30, 2023
Registration is open to those who want to win $20,000 for finding a way to curtail counterfeit goods trafficking. It’s Hackathon Time again!
- August 23, 2023
Her undergrad degree is in political science, which works out great for Schar School students: Meet Lorena Jordan, the Schar School librarian. She does more than check out books.
- August 16, 2023
For many, the pandemic was a total shutdown. For Maurice Kugler, it offered a unique chance to study its economic effects on developing countries.
- August 3, 2023
A delegation of energy scientists from Pakistan met with leaders in the Schar School’s Center for Energy Science Policy. The goal: To improve Pakistan’s energy and climate policies.
- July 13, 2023
Mason softball pitcher Aly Rayle is the Schar School’s first-ever NCAA Woman of the Year Award nominee.
- July 11, 2023
The Schar School’s Andrew McCabe discusses his experiences as the leader of the FBI and in his Schar School classrooms with George Mason University President Gregory Washington.
- June 27, 2023
The pandemic lockdown sent students and professors to remote learning platforms. One Schar School grad believes he and his fellow Patriot employees have a better idea than what’s in use now. Meet TutorDudes.