George Mason University aims to improve student success through increased participation in and celebration of undergraduate research and creative activities. Scholarship is valued as a core practice of the Mason student experience.
Mason undergraduates present their research and creative projects to members of the university community at the 1st Annual Celebration of Student Scholarship on May 7, 2012 in the Center for the Arts.
Carolina Espinoza, Global Affairs major, studies child trafficking in South America as part of the Undergraduate Research Scholars Program.
Claire Collins, Neuroscience major, works with Dr. Geraldine Grant, professor in the School of Systems Biology, on their project "The Role of Thymosin Beta-4 in Pulmonary Fibrosis" as part of the Undergraduate Research Scholars Program.
The 2013 CHSS Undergraduate Research Symposium will be on Tuesday, April 30, 2013. The deadline for students to submit their proposals to present at the symposium is Wednesday, April 10th. Students will be able to present their research and scholarship as either a poster presentation or an oral presentation.