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  • Teaching Philosophies, Statements, and Portfolios: How to Get Started

    • February 22, 2017
    • George Mason University - Arlington Campus
    • Open to: Faculty, Students, Alumni, and Public
    Have you ever wondered what the difference is between a teaching philosophy, teaching statement, and a teaching portfolio? Join Dr. Laura Lukes from the Center for Teaching and Faculty Excellence in an interactive workshop to begin developing your teaching philosophy and crafting your teaching documents. By the end of this workshop, you will be able to describe the characteristics of strong teaching statements, identify what to include in your teaching portfolio, and get a start on writing your teaching philosophy!
  • Reflections on Middle East Policy series: The United States in the Middle East: Assessing the Emerging Trump Doctrine

    • February 22, 2017
    • George Mason University - Arlington Campus
    • Open to: Faculty, Students, Alumni, and Public
    The Middle East Policy Group at Schar School of Policy & Government invites you to attend the first session of its Reflections on Middle East Policy series: The United States in the Middle East: Assessing the Emerging Trump Doctrine
  • ABCs of Publishing

    • February 27, 2017
    • George Mason University - Arlington Campus
    • Open to: Faculty, Students, Alumni, and Public
    Interested in the publishing process and have questions about how to get started? This workshop, led by John Warren of the Mason Publishing Group, will introduce attendees to various publishing outlets and opportunities and explore the process of preparing academic papers for publication. John Warren has previously worked at RAND and Georgetown University Press and brings a wealth of publishing knowledge to this event.
  • WRiPS (Workshops on Research in Political Science)

    • March 1, 2017
    • George Mason University - Fairfax Campus
    • Open to: Faculty, Staff, Students, and Alumni
    Dr. Frank Manheim - "The 2016 Election Campaign of Donald Trump"
  • PhD Research Workshop

    • March 7, 2017
    • George Mason University - Arlington Campus
    • Open to: Faculty, Students, Alumni, and Public
    The PhD Research Workshops take the format of “mini conferences” in which doctoral students present their ongoing research. Presenters receive constructive feedback from the faculty and engage fellow students in a discussion of potential research topics. Schar School students from all of our PhD programs are encouraged to present their research, including working papers and ongoing projects. Faculty members are invited to give feedback.
  • Organs for Transplant: Expanding Sources and Ethical Considerations

    • March 9, 2017
    • George Mason University - Arlington Campus
    • Open to: Faculty, Students, Alumni, and Public
    The Schar School of Policy and Government prepares undergraduate and graduate students for leadership roles in public service in the public, private and nonprofit sectors. The Schar School is one of the most distiguished and largest schools of its kind. Through research and education in policy, governement, and international affairs, Schar allows Mason to more effectively serve the region, the Commonwealth, the nation and the world.
  • PhD Research Workshop

    • April 3, 2017
    • George Mason University - Arlington Campus
    • Open to: Faculty, Students, Alumni, and Public
    The PhD Research Workshops take the format of “mini conferences” in which doctoral students present their ongoing research. Presenters receive constructive feedback from the faculty and engage fellow students in a discussion of potential research topics. Schar School students from all of our PhD programs are encouraged to present their research, including working papers and ongoing projects. Faculty members are invited to give feedback.
  • WRiPS (Workshops on Research in Political Science)

    • April 5, 2017
    • George Mason University - Fairfax Campus
    • Open to: Faculty, Staff, Students, and Alumni
    Featuring Jerad Harper
  • WRiPS (Workshops on Research in Political Science)

    • May 1, 2017
    • George Mason University - Fairfax Campus
    • Open to: Faculty, Staff, Students, and Alumni
    Dr. Jennifer Victor - "The Role of Caucuses in Partisan Entrenchment in Congress"
  • APPAM DC Regional Student Conference

    • April 7, 2017
    • George Mason University - Arlington Campus
    • Open to: Everyone
    Friday, April 7 - Saturday, April 8, 2017
    George Mason University, Arlington Campus
    The Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM) is holding its annual regional student conference at Mason’s Arlington campus in April. Students will present research across a wide variety of policy areas, on conference panels with their peers. Participating students will gain valuable research presentation experience, as well as receive important feedback from academics, practitioners, and other students. Students will have several opportunities to network and make connections with a diverse group of policy professionals, as well as other policy students.
  • APPAM DC Regional Student Conference

    • April 8, 2017
    • George Mason University - Arlington Campus
    • Open to: Everyone
    Friday, April 7 - Saturday, April 8, 2017
    George Mason University, Arlington Campus
    The Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM) is holding its annual regional student conference at Mason’s Arlington campus in April. Students will present research across a wide variety of policy areas, on conference panels with their peers. Participating students will gain valuable research presentation experience, as well as receive important feedback from academics, practitioners, and other students. Students will have several opportunities to network and make connections with a diverse group of policy professionals, as well as other policy students.
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