Celebrate the history of women all month long.
Women and Gender Studies Center, (703) 993-2896
Alcohol, Drug & Health Education, (703) 993-3690
|9 am - 5 pm|
Student Union Building I, Patriot's Lounge
The venue will be open all day for people to stop by and sign up to be a marrow donor. In the evening, our expert on bone marrow and a bone marrow donor recipient will share their experiences.
Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Multicultural Resources, (703) 993-2700
|9:30 am - 11:30 am|
University Hall, Room 2001
Review the Crucial Conversations book and method of creating dialogue. Practice difficult conversations with Mason's Workplace coaches. Please note that there will be extensive role-playing in this workshop.
Bridget Peabody, (703) 993-6764, email@example.com
|10 am - 8 pm|
Johnson Center, Gallery 123
Photography exhibition When The House Burns Down by Mason alumna Deborah Lash. The series follows two children throughout the summer in an empty world devoid of people and possessions, exploring the texture of intimate relationships.
Walter Kravitz, (703) 993-7203, firstname.lastname@example.org, School of Art
|10:30 am - 1:30 pm|
Prince William Campus, Bull Run Hall, Atrium
Are you already stressed out reading over your new syllabi for the Spring semester? Join University Life for a relaxing day of massages, snacks, and smoothies!
Jackie Inskeep, (703) 993-9779
|1:30 pm - 2:45 pm|
Student Union Building I, Room 3129
Be well prepared and test-wise for the next exam. Open to Mason students.
Counseling and Psychological Services, (703) 993-2999
|3 pm - 5 pm|
Mason Hall, Room D3 A&B
Hands on the Freedom Plow: A Discussion on Race, Gender, and the Civil Rights Movement. Featuring two former members of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), producer, writer, and activist Judy Richardson, and writer and activist Betty Garman Robinson. Moderated by associate professor of History & Art History, Jennifer Ritterhouse. A book signing and reception will follow this event.
Mika'il Petin, email@example.com, African and African American Studies, Women and Gender Studies
Center for the Arts, Concert Hall
Center for the Arts Box Office, (703) 993-8888
|4:30 pm - 7:10 pm|
Johnson Center, Room A
Cultural Studies student/faculty colloquium.
Cultural Studies Program, (703) 993-2857
|6 pm - 7 pm|
Mason Hall, Edwin Meese III Conference Room
Our panelists wil address the history, challenges, and changing trends of philanthropy in higher education. The panel discussion is part of the Patriots to Patriots Giving Campaign, which is promarily an educational campaign to raise awareness about the vital role that philanthropy plays at George Mason University.
Lauren Kelley, (703) 993-2223, firstname.lastname@example.org
|7 pm - 10 pm|
Research Hall, Room TBA
The majority of class time is devoted to taking practice exams, exploring the rationale behind correct answers, and understanding the underlying principles that apply to related questions.
Office of Events Management, (703) 993-2853
|7:20 pm - 9 pm|
Johnson Center, Room D
English Department, (703) 993-1160
|7:30 pm - 8:45 pm|
Johnson Center, Dewberry Hall
The People's Tour from Liberty in North Korea will show the documentary The People's Crisis to facilitate awareness and open discussion of the crisis facing the people of North Korea.
Cassandra Whalen, email@example.com, Office of International Programs and Services
|7:30 pm - 11 pm|
Johnson Center, Dance Studio
Ashlee Duncan, (703) 993-9745, firstname.lastname@example.org, GMU Swing Club
Performing Arts Building, Room 105
Written by Kenneth Lonergan, directed by Bethany Galyen.
Theatre Department, (703)993-1120
|8 pm - 11 pm|
Johnson Center, Dewberry Hall
Live auction to support student scholarships
Office of Admissions, (703) 993-2400
Johnson Center, Cinema
Set during New Year's Eve in New York city, this movie follows several people and how the day affects them.
Program Board, (703) 993-2925