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Greek Week 2012

Sponsored by Fraternity and Sorority Life.  Mason's Fraternities and Sororities compete in fun games while raising money for Habitat for Humanity.

Student Involvement, (703) 993-2909

 

Women's History Month

Celebrate the history of women all month long.

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

 

Southeastern Women Studies Association 2012 Conference

Fairfax Campus, Various Locations

Thursday, March 29 – Saturday, March 31. Conference proposals due by November 1.

Suzanne Scott, (703) 993-2896, sscott3@gmu.edu, Women and Gender Studies

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10 am - 3 pm

Work Day Work Out Career Fair

Prince William Campus, Freedom Aquatic & Fitness Center

Open to all job seekers and the general public.

(703) 993-4705

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10 am - 4 pm

Health & Fitness Expo

Johnson Center, Dewberry Hall

Learn more about health and fitness and win free prizes!

Office of Alcohol, Drug & Health Education, (703) 993-3687

12 pm - 1:15 pm

Gender and Human Rights in Latin America: Reflections on Ecuador

Innovation Hall, Room 132

Professor Amy Lind of the University of Cincinnati will address how various political actors have addressed the rights of women in the context of Ecuador's shift to the left (2007-Present).

Latin American Studies, (703) 993-1413

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12 pm - 2 pm

Mason Miles

Prince William Campus

Join us for the 3rd Annual Mason Miles event! You'll have a choice between running a 5K or walking 2 miles, with free food and a t-shirt waiting for you at the finish line. Registration deadline: March 15 at 12:00 pm.

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$10; $5 Mason Students

Jackie Inskeep, (703) 993-9779, jinskeep@gmu.edu

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12 pm - 2 pm

SCAR: The Present and Future of Practice

Arlington Campus, Truland Building, 7th Floor Conference Room

Join us for a series of workshops and discussions with a focus on opportunities, methods for engaging in practice and our visions of the present and future of our practice at S-CAR. RSVP to email required.

The School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, (703) 993-1300, peacemakingpractice@gmu.edu

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12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Executive Education and 9Lenses Webinar

Online Seminar

The Associate Dean of Executive Programs, Dr. Roy Hinton, will discuss the importance of applying rapid, standards-driven assessment methodology to Executive Education in order to create truly customized programs that are tailored to the specific needs of your unique team.

Free

Whitney Caldwell, (703) 993-3181, wcaldwel@gmu.edu, School of Management

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6 pm - 7 pm

SPP Workshop: Government Consulting Skills

Arlington Campus, Founders Hall, Student Services Suite, Room 560

SPP Alumnus, David Pilch will speak about the relationship between consulting firms and government agencies. Registeration required through SPP JobNet.

School of Public Policy, (703) 993-2280

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7:20 pm - 9 pm

Linguistics Weekly Colloquium

Johnson Center, Room D

English Department, (703) 993-1160

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7:30 pm

Film Screening: The Next American System - Beyond the Motor City

Arlington Campus, Founders Hall, Auditorium

Join the Mason Pubic Policy Film Society (MPPFS) for the screening of Blueprint America, a renowned PBS report on regional economic development and transit policy. Followed by a discussion with John McClain, Deputy Director of the Center for Regional Analysis and Erich Zimmermann, Transportation Policy Analysis at Taxpayers for Common Sense.

School of Public Policy, (703) 993-2280, mppfs.gmu@gmail.com

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8 pm

Mason Players: The Life of Galileo

Harris Theatre

Written by Bertolt Brecht, translation by David Edgar, directed by Rick Davis.

$15; $10

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

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9 pm

PB Film: Mission Impossible 4: Ghost Protocol

Johnson Center, Cinema

Student Involvement, (703) 993-2909

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