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Senate Hearing to Question Goals of Confucius Institutes on U.S. College Campuses

by Associated Press | June 6, 2018 WASHINGTON — On college campuses in virtually every state across the U.S., the Chinese gover Read more

Koch Foundation Keeps Giving to Universities

by Associated Press | June 4, 2018
The Charles Koch Foundation is increasing its donations to colleges and universities. The Assoc [...] Read more

Report: Koch College Donation Came with Teacher Firing Rights

by Associated Press | May 1, 2018
FAIRFAX, Va. — Virginia’s largest public university granted the conservative Charles Koch F [...] Read more

The Case For Education

by Lee Skallerup Bessette | March 29, 2018
In The Case Against Education, Dr. Bryan Caplan, a professor of economics at George Mason Unive [...] Read more

Rising Star is Elected Lt. Gov of Virginia

by | November 8, 2017
Among the several political races in Tuesday’s election across the nation, one stands out bec [...] Read more

D.C.-area Higher Ed Presidents Support DACA

by Catherine Morris | October 16, 2017
Close to half of DACA recipients are enrolled in school or college, and the higher education co [...] Read more

Cabrera: An Advocate for Student Access

by Gia Savage | October 1, 2017
Entering his sixth year as GMU president, Dr. Ángel Cabrera's tenure has been marked by campus [...] Read more

Correa Helping First-generation Students Find Their Way

by Monica Levitan | August 3, 2017
Vanessa Correa thrives on guiding and assisting students transitioning into higher education in [...] Read more

Activist, Journalist Roger Wilkins Dies

by Diverse Staff | March 27, 2017
Civil rights activist and noted journalist Roger Wilkins, who led the Community Relations Servi [...] Read more

George Mason President Angel Cabrera to Serve as Fed Director in Richmond

by Associated Press | December 21, 2016
FAIRFAX, Va. — George Mason University President Angel Cabrera has been elected to serve as a [...] Read more

Virginia Students Taking Courses on Drones Help Communities

| December 5, 2016
NORFOLK, Va. — University students in Virginia have been using drones to help solve community [...] Read more

GMU Law School Renaming a Possible Roadblock to Diversity

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | July 24, 2016
George Mason University moves forward with plans to foster diversity despite the controversy su [...] Read more

Expert: Student Data Underutilized in Promoting Success

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | April 11, 2016
Colleges and universities must make better use of the vast amount of student data that is avail [...] Read more

Islamic Scholars Produce New Translation of Quran

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | November 15, 2015
In an effort to bring about a richer understanding of the Quran, a group of mostly American-bor [...] Read more