School of Integrative Studies
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

April 2016

Students Dedicate Spring Break to Education and Service

Students Dedicate Spring Break to Education and Service

From Florida to El Salvador to Jamaica and the District of Columbia, 85 George Mason University students dedicated their spring break to education and service as part of this year’s Alternative Break trips, organized through the Social Action and Integrative Learning (SAIL) program in the School of Integrative Studies.

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Students Lead and Learn at Godwin Middle School

Students Lead and Learn at Godwin Middle School

On April 9th, more than 30 George Mason University students will head to Godwin Middle School in nearby Woodbridge to lead the third annual InCredAble Leadership Conference for 150 Godwin students. The conference concludes a year of collaboration, leadership training and friendship between the George Mason and Godwin students.

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An Inside Look at Mason’s Accelerated Master’s Program

An Inside Look at Mason’s Accelerated Master’s Program

Thinking about getting your masters degree? I’ve talked with Linnea Monson, my wonderful roommate and a fellow Patriot who is happy to give us an inside look (and some great advice!) at one of George Mason University’s graduate program options, the five year Accelerated Master’s Program!

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Ramirez Uribe Wins Oxford Award

Ramirez Uribe Wins Oxford Award

New Century College's Pablo Ramirez Uribe is spending his final undergraduate semester in the United Kingdom, participating in the Oxford Semester Experience. Uribe entered and was awarded £1,500 for his essay answering the question, "What is Genius?"

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NCC Spotlight: Troy Lowery

NCC Spotlight: Troy Lowery

Troy Lowery joined the School of Integrative Studies advising staff just a few months after graduation. However, his path to NCC was anything but traditional. Having worked on a sod farm in Georgia and later served with the Marines in Iraq, Lowery gained a wealth of atypical experiences.

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