Fostering a Culture of Student Scholarship

Preparing students for the world through undergraduate research and creative activities.

Scholarship is valued as a core characteristic of The Mason Graduate.

  • NCUR 2014 Presenters and faculty, Lexington, KY

    Forty Mason students presented their projects at the National Conference for Undergraduate Research
    at the University of Kentucky, April 3-5, 2014.

  • Anuraag Ravikumar (right) and his mentor, Vasiliki Ikonimidou, present his research at the Biomedical Engineering Society National Conference, Seattle, WA, October 2013

    Anuraag Ravikumar (right) and his mentor, Vasiliki Ikonimidou, presented his research at the Biomedical Engineering Society National Conference, Seattle, WA, October 2013

  • A view of the Celebration of Student Scholarship, Center for the Arts Lobby, May 6, 2014

    A view of the Celebration of Student Scholarship, Center for the Arts Lobby, May 6, 2014


News

URSP Student and Mason Junior Finds His Field of Dreams in Sport History

URSP Student and Mason Junior Finds His Field of Dreams in Sport History

Thursday, January 15, 2015

Peter Kleine originally came to GMU to study history, hoping someday to become a teacher. Then the former high school basketball and golf standout realized that at George Mason, he could combine his love of sport with history through doing research with his mentor Professor Chris Elzey

Mason Staff and URSP Recipient Watch & Report on Human Rights Trials in Peru

Mason Staff and URSP Recipient Watch & Report on Human Rights Trials in Peru

Monday, January 5, 2015

George Mason University professor Jo-Marie Burt and her protégé, a Mason alumnus and OSCAR URSP recipient Karina Arango, fare constant presence in the courtrooms of Lima, making sure that justice is carried out correctly and transparently in the case of human rights violation by the ruling government that took place in the 1980s in rural Peru. 

Teaching through undergraduate research with Dr. Bethany Usher

Teaching through undergraduate research with Dr. Bethany Usher

Friday, December 19, 2014

Getting students engaged in research is one of the ways we can make their learning experiences more tangible and more profound. In this Teaching Higher Ed podcast, Dr. Bethany Usher talks about what happens when we turn students into scholars. 

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