Help Promote the Alumni Weekend Science of Beer Event

During the 2015 Alumni Weekend, from October 16 – 19, the College of Science alumni chapter will host an event titled Science of Beer. Join the alumni chapter leadership and your friends and fellow alumni/ae at the event to learn about the science behind beer from special guests, and get a taste from a local brewery. All proceeds from the event registration will go towards funding alumni chapter awards and scholarships and creating even better future events for you.

There will be two signature College of Science / Science of Beer glasses at the event this year – one with a green logo and one with a gold logo! The green logo glass is included with your registration, but an additional donation gets you both glasses.

Spread the Word Kit

Share these messages and graphics on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+, Tumblr and other social media accounts to spread the word about the Science of Beer event and registering for Alumni Weekend. Every share, like and tweet helps!

Join me on October 17 (4-6pm) at the Science of Beer #MasonAW

Friends don’t let friends miss the Science of Beer! Oct.17.2015 #MasonAW

Celebrate the Science of Beer with @MasonAlumni before the Green & Gold Bash on Oct. 17 #MasonAW

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We’ll add more shareable graphics when registration opens, and as we announce sponsorships and get closer to the event date!

About the College of Science

George Mason University’s College of Science (COS) offers over 40 interdisciplinary degree and certificate programs in physical, life, mathematical, earth and space sciences, data, forensics and policy to over 3000 students each year. The college, a crucial part of the university’s goal to promote research of consequence, accounts for roughly 30% of the university’s research expenditure. The college’s broad regional presence, combined with strategic national and international connections, reinforces the college’s mission to provide world-class scientific leadership important to modern society. George Mason University, located just outside of Washington, DC, is Virginia’s largest public research university. For additional information, email