Events all week, ending with Mason Day and the Mason Day Concert.
Program Board, (703) 993-2925
Office of Diversity Programs & Services, (703) 993-2700
Part of National Crime Victims Rights Week. Denim Day is a rape prevention education campaign, where members of the Mason community are asked to make a social statement with their fashion statement and wear jeans as a visible means of protest against misconceptions that surround sexual assault.
Rachel Lindsey, (703) 993-9859, firstname.lastname@example.org, Sexual Assault Services
|11:30 am - 12:30 pm|
The HUB, Rooms 1 and 2
All members of the Mason community are welcome to attend the Applied Developmental Psychology Colloquia Series.
Psychology Department, (703) 993-1342
University Hall, Plaza
Join Mrs. Sally Merten and Wellness by Mason for a brief ceremony followed by an inaugural walk of Mason's first official 1.6 miles walking trail!
Human Resources, (703) 993-2600
University Hall, Room 2001; Arlington Campus, Founders Hall,Room B119; Prince William Campus, Bull Run Hall, Room 254
Join Rizna Ahmed, Ph.D., Director of Benefits and Absence Management as she discusses the role your benefits can play at every stage in your life at Mason.
Bridget Peabody, (703) 993-6764, email@example.com, Human Resources and Payroll, (703) 993-2600
|12 pm - 1 pm|
Arlington Campus, Founders Hall, Room 317
Globalization for Development? Policy and Collaboration. Presented by Ken Reinert, Professor of Public Policy.
School of Public Policy, (703) 993-2280
|1 pm - 3 pm|
Johnson Center, Library Instruction Room, Room 228
Brian Baird, conservator, will conduct an "Antiques Roadshow" type session after his discussion of preserving personal collections. You may bring in 1-2 fragile books, Bibles, family papers, or photographs for treatment evaluation and storage recommendations.
Lene Palmer, (703) 993-2667, firstname.lastname@example.org, University Libraries
|2 pm - 5 pm|
We have one more cooking class for this semester, and we saved the best for last! We're cooking Korean! Traditional recipes such as Kimchi (Cabbage), Japchae (Beef & Mushrooms with Noodles), and Bulgogi (Korean Beef BBQ) will be on the menu! It's going to be delicious.
Free, after paid entrance to Southside
John Reynolds, (703) 338-8272, email@example.com, Cafe-GMU
|2 pm - 6 pm|
Arlington Campus, Founders Hall, Plaza
All students, faculty, and staff who bicycle to campus are greeted with drinks and snacks by the Parking and Transportation office and mechanical support from a local bike shop.
Marina Budimir, (703) 993-9530
Mason Hall, Room 3 A&B
Sponsored by Staff Senate.
Staff Senate, (703) 993-4141
|4 pm - 5:30 pm|
The Mason Inn Conference Center and Hotel, Grand Ballroom
Please join us for a lively discussion on Lawrence White's new book, The Clash of Economic Ideas, chaired by GMU economics professor Peter Boettke. Reception starts at 5:30 PM. RSVP to email.
Mercatus Center at George Mason University, (703) 993-4930, firstname.lastname@example.org
|4 pm - 7 pm|
The Hub, Ballroom
Come out and celebrate Mason organizations at the Quill Awards. Watch the best of the best be celebrated and honored at this evening event during Mason week.
Student Involvement, (703) 993-2909
|6 pm - 8 pm|
Johnson Center, Dance Studio
Salsa Workshops instructed by a professional dancer are free for Mason Students, and $5 for non-Mason students. Every Wednesday evening.
$5; Free for Mason Students
Christine Gonzales, email@example.com, Azucar GMU Salsa Club
|6:30 pm - 8:30 pm|
Mason Hall, Room D3 A&B
The panel will discuss issues including: the social, racial and legal implications of this case; why do people care so much about Trayvon Martin; the precarious state of black masculinity; what students/citizens can do to prevent similar incidents from happening again; and more.
Joseph Williams, (703) 993-5343, firstname.lastname@example.org, Counseling and Development
The Ensemble da Camera of Washington lead by Anna Balakerskaia.
School of Music, (703) 993-1380