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De-Stress Fest for Finals

De-Stress with refreshments and exam kits all week.

 

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

Office of Diversity Programs & Services, (703) 993-2700

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

3 pm - 4 pm

Fulbright U.S. Student Program Information Sessions

Johnson Center, Room A

Learn more about opportunities to study, teach English, or conduct research abroad through the Fulbright U.S. Student Program!  Open to all interested students, both undergraduate and graduate.  The Fulbright program operates in more than 145 countries worldwide and is open to U.S. citizens in nearly all fields and disciplines.

Kay Agoston, (703) 993-3131, kagoston@gmu.edu, Office of the Provost

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3 pm - 4 pm

Information Session: Korean Education Center

Student Union Building I, Room 3008

For more information log in to HireMason.

Career Services, (703) 993-2370

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4 pm - 5 pm

Krasnow Seminar: William Rand

Krasnow Institute, Room 229

Trust and Influence in the Complex Network of Social Media.

Krasnow Institute for Advanced Study, (703) 993-4333

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7 pm

Vision Series: Mark Rozell

Center for the Arts, Concert Hall

Obama and the Constitution: War Powers, Czars and Signing Statements.  Presented by Mark Rozell, Professor in the School of Public Policy.

Heather Conover, (703) 993-8770, hconover@gmu.edu

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7:30 pm - 10 pm

Film Screening: Miss Representation

Johnson Center, Cinema

The documentary, Miss Representation, premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. The film explores how media misrepresentations of women have led to the underrepresentation of women in positions of power & influence. Join us for a free screening & discussion.

Free

Jakeline Merino, fosoria@gmu.edu, Chi Upsilon Sigma

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9 pm

Astronomy Observation

Research Hall, Observatory

Use the telescope to see into space.  In inclement weather, the session will be held a week later.

School of Physics, Astronomy and Computational Science, (703) 993-1276

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9 pm

We the People National Competition - Awards Ceremony

Center for the Arts, Concert Hall

Sponsored by the Provost Office

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

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