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Gallup Strengths for Educators Conference

The Mason Inn Conference Center & Hotel

Center for Consciousness and Transformation, (703) 993-6090

Web Site

7 am - 11 am

8th Annual Patriot Games Classic

Fairfax Campus, Room TBA

The GMU Forensics team is excited to offer a fun and educational experience in 10 individual events, Public Forum Debate, Congressional Debate, and Lincoln/Douglas Debate. Deadline for entry is 11/22.

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Peter Pober, (703) 993-4119, ppober@gmu.edu, Forensics & Tournament Committee

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8 am - 3 pm

OCPE Seminar: Integration of Remote Sensing and GIS

Prince William Campus, Room TBA

Thursday - Saturday, 12/1 - 12/3.

Office of Continuing Professional Education, (703) 993-2109

Web Site

8:45 am - 9:45 pm

Universal Human Rights Conference

Arlington Campus, Founders Hall

While concerned with the history of human rights, the conference will have as its primary focus assessing current institutional and legal approaches to move forward in protection of human rights.

School for Conflict Analysis & Resolution, (703) 993-1300

Web Site

10 am - 12 pm

Active Leaders Program 2011

The Hub (formerly Student Union Building II), Room 2400

The Active Leaders Program is the subsequent course to the Emerging Leaders Program.  It is designed to provide a more advanced leadership opportunity for Mason students.  Note that past participation in the Emerging Leaders Program is not a prerequisite for the Active Leaders Program.

Leadership Education and Development, (703) 993-4816

Web Site

10 am - 3 pm

Sports Challenge

Prince William Campus, Freedom Aquatic and Fitness Center

This year's sports: basketball, wallyball, soccer, and dodgeball. Lunch provided!

Jackie Inskeep, (703) 993-9779

Web Site

12 pm

School of Systems Biology Seminar: Dr. Shinji Makino

Prince William Campus, Discovery Hall, Auditorium

Dr. Shinji Makino presents Mechanism of tripartite RNA genome packaging in Rift Valley fever virus.

College of Science, (703) 993-3622

Web Site

12 pm

Noon Mass on the Fairfax Campus

Student Union Building I, Room A

Father Peter will celebrate Mass for students, faculty and staff.

Kathy O'Hare, kohare@gmu.edu, Catholic Campus Ministry

12:30 pm

Recital: Electronic Composition Class

de Laski Performing Arts Building, Room 3001

College of Visual and Performing Arts, (703) 993-8877

Web Site

2 pm - 3 pm

OPT Workshop

Student Union Building I, Room 3311

Optional Practical Training For F-1 international students.

Free

Office of International Programs and Services, (703) 993-2970

Web Site

3 pm - 4:30 pm

Department of Computational Social Science Seminar

Research Hall, 3rd floor, Center for Social Complexity Suite

Policy Analysis with an Economic Agent-Based Model of Land and Housing Markets on the Urban Fringe presented by Margaret Walls and Virginia McConnell. Margaret and Virginia are with Resources for the Future. Q&A session follows talk along with refreshments.  All are welcome to attend.

Free

Karen Underwood, (703) 993-9298, kunderwo@gmu.edu, Computational Social Science

Web Site

6 pm

PB Film: Contagion

Johnson Center, Cinema

For doctors and administrators at the U.S. Center for Disease Control, several days pass before anyone realizes the extent or gravity of this new infection. As the contagion spreads to millions of people worldwide, societal order begins to break down as people panic.

Program Board, (703) 993-2925

Web Site

6:30 pm

Friday Night at Freedom

Prince William Campus, Freedom Aquatic and Fitness Center

Please bring a baithing suit, towel and tennis shoes.  Participants will be provided with a variety of competitive games, upbeat activities, crafts, swimming, and pizza.  Ages 5-11 years old.

$18

Freedom Aquatic and Fitness Center, (703) 993-8513

Web Site

8 pm

Virginia Opera: Hansel and Gretel

Center for the Arts, Concert Hall

$86; $72; $44

Center for the Arts Box Office, (703) 993-8888

Web Site

8 pm

Rock the Runway Fashion Show

Johnson Center, Dewberry Hall

Come learn facts and history about the HIV/AIDS virus while seeing the latest trends modeled on the runway. This will be an unforgettable night that you don't want to miss, with special guests Urbanknowlogy, Noteworthy, and DJ Rush Hour! Doors open at 7:30 pm.

Free

Joy Sheppard, jsheppar@gmu.edu, Weekends at Mason

Web Site

8 pm - 10 pm

Concert: Totally Mozart

Harris Theatre

$15, $10

School of Music, (703) 993-1380

Web Site

9 pm

PB Film: Contagion

Johnson Center, Cinema

For doctors and administrators at the U.S. Center for Disease Control, several days pass before anyone realizes the extent or gravity of this new infection. As the contagion spreads to millions of people worldwide, societal order begins to break down as people panic.

Program Board, (703) 993-2925

Web Site