Here is the science news, relating to George Mason and the College of Science, that you may have missed in the month of December 2013: (more…)
Walter McLeod, MS Chemistry ’94, will chair the College of Science Alumni Chapter and work closely with the college’s Assistant Dean of Development Dee Dee Fusco.
The College of Science Alumni Chapter aims to provide opportunities for alumni to re-engage with the College of Science, to share their stories and to provide insight to current students. (more…)
Here is the science related news you missed in the month of June 2013:
Chairman Macfarlane Confirmed For A Five-Year Term
The U.S. Senate confirmed Allison Macfarlane to a full five-year term on the NRC Commission. Dr. Macfarlane is an associate professor of environmental science and policy at George Mason University.
Mason Grad, “Capital Weather Gang” Contributor Combines His Passions—Meteorology and Business
Unless they hit it big like Today’s Al Roker, the careers of weather forecasters are often only fair and partly cloudy. Which is why Mason alumnus Matt Rogers, MBA ’01, decided to make his own sunshine: He went into business for himself.
Professor Lovejoy Honored by World Wildlife Fund
The University Professor of Environmental Science and Policy was awarded the 2013 World Wildlife Fund Leaders for a Living Planet Award.
Funded by Volleyball Tournaments, Breast Cancer Pilot Study Succeeds
The Side-Out Foundation’s study is part of a cutting-edge approach to personalized medicine that combines genomic analysis with proteomics.
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