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Women's History Month

Celebrate the history of women all month long.

Women and Gender Studies Center, (703) 993-2896

 

Safe Spring Break Awareness Week

Office of Alcohol, Drug, and Health Education, (703) 993-5555

9:30 am - 7 pm

Bus Trip: Monticello

Charlottesville, VA

Visit Monticello with the Office of International Programs and Services.

$5

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

Web Site

10 am - 12 pm

Mason 101

Johnson Center, Room B

University Information presents a two-hour information session each month that provides essential information about George Mason University to faculty, staff, and students. Registration Required by email or through web site.

Read More

University Information, (703) 993-1005, gmu101@gmu.edu

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11 am - 12 pm

Statistics Seminar

Johnson Center, Room B

Spring 2012 weekly statistical seminar, featuring speakers from academia, private industry and the government.

Statistics Department, (703) 993-3645

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12 pm

Noon Mass

Student Union Building I, Room A

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

Kathy O'Hare, (703) 425-0022

1 pm - 5 pm

Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute Tours

Center for the Arts, Lawn

The Smithsonian-Mason Semester in Conservation Studies is hosting tours of the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute (SCBO) campus. Tours depart from the Fairfax campus and return later in the day. Space is limited. Registration by email required.

Jim McNeil, jmcneil@gmu.edu, Mason Center for Conservation Studies

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4 pm - 5:30 pm

Experimental Economics Seminar: Bogachan Celen

Arlington Campus, Truland Building, Room 648

Blame and Reciprocity: Theory and Experiments.  Presented by Bogachan Celen of Columbia University.

The Interdisciplinary Center for Economic Science, (703) 993-4719

Web Site

8 pm

Concert: Romeo Santos

Patriot Center

Doors open at 7:00 pm.

Patriot Center Box Office, (703) 993-3000

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8 pm

APEX Cycle Education

Prince William Campus, Occoquan Parking Lot

The Occoquan Lot will be closed each Friday evening at/by 8:00 pm and will re-open on Sunday evenings by 8:00 pm.

APEX Cycle Education, (571) 201-7661

Web Site

8 pm

Preview: Vpstart Crow presents William Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet

Prince William Campus, Hylton Performing Arts Center, Gregory Family Theater

Romeo and Juliet is a tragedy written early in the career of playwright William Shakespeare about two young star-cross’d lovers whose deaths ultimately unite their feuding families. It was among Shakespeare’s most popular archetypal stories of young, teenage lovers.

Hylton Performing Arts Center, (703)-993-7759

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