- October 18, 2022
After a perilous journey through war-torn Ukraine, a freshman Schar School student looks forward to a new life. But she’s concerned for her parents who remained behind.
- August 1, 2022
When the time came to decide where to pursue a master’s degree in public policy, the choice was simple for Freddy Mitchell.
- May 25, 2022
After earning her BS in chemistry from George Mason University in 2019, Meron Aboye had a plan to attend pharmacy school. She has always followed a checklist. Go to college. Check. Take the right classes. Check. Get your bachelor’s degree. Check. Apply to pharmacy school. Check. But as she began receiving acceptances from several schools, she started to panic.
- May 11, 2022
With encouragement of peers and professors, an undergraduate discovers a passion for research. Her passion turned into an award for her work.
- May 4, 2022
A stellar student eschews the traditional path to take a prestigious fellowship in Congress. Aaron Stuvland believes it will prepare him for a career in academics.
- April 13, 2022
Arriving at George Mason University in fall 2018 as a freshman, John Marin Elias had already faced—and overcome—a myriad of challenges for one so young.
- June 28, 2021
Master’s in Public Policy 2015 alumna Camille Touton has been tapped by President Biden to manage water and power for 31 million citizens. It’s a big job, but she’s ready.
- June 21, 2021
A trio of Schar School professors assumes the editorial leadership of a seminal nonprofit journal.