Schar School faculty are very busy! Among U.S. policy schools, Schar School faculty are ranked #6 in the quantity of book and book chapter publications, #13 for citations in books and book chapters, and #20 for publications in upper-tier peer-reviewed journals. Our faculty are frequently cited as subject matter experts in major publications, such as the Washington Post, the New York Times, the Economist, and many others. The Schar School is mentioned in U.S. media approximately 300 times each month.
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Whether related to an imminent issue or an overlooked topic, there is an expert at the Schar School who can address the most current research, regulations, and policies regarding the issue.
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George Mason University is ranked among the highest research institutions in the country by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education, earning a designation in the “Highest Research Activity” (R1) category. Today, more than $100 million in research grants and contracts have been awarded to faculty, students, and staff. With this university-wide commitment to research of consequence, the Schar School is truly part of policy in action, working to address and solve key issues that impact the lives of citizens and nations.
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With our location in the national capital region, we have unprecedented access to renowned speakers and faculty experts. From heads of state and governors to former directors of central intelligence, attorney generals, and political correspondents, our distinguished guests bring a wealth of experience and perspectives to our community.
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Schar School faculty members are actively engaged with colleagues, policy-makers, and communities around the region and around the world. In their scholarship publications, grants, leadership roles, presentations, and dialogue, they address key issues that impact the lives of citizens and nations and improve understanding of the challenges facing our societies.