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Paul Grossman lecture

Students and faculty are invited to hear Paul Grossman lecture on the role of states in global trade with an emphasis on Virginia. Grossman is the Director of the International Trade Division of the Virginia Economic Development Partnership (VEDP), the lead economic development and trade agency for Virginia. The lecture takes place in Founders Hall, […]

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Pay Attention to the South Caucasus: Reflections on the Last Ten Years

In 2002, CSIS published an article by three former US Ambassadors — Harry Gilmore (Armenia), Rich Kauzlarich (Azerbaijan) and Kenneth Yalowitz (Georgia) — entitled Pay Attention to the South Caucasus. Over ten years later, Ambassadors Kauzlarich and Yalowitz, together with Ambassador John Evans, will meet at George Mason University’s School of Public Policy to discuss […]

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Mason Policy Seminars

Upcoming Lunch Seminars

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Fall 2013 Doctoral Student Events

December 17, 2013 Doctoral Dissertation Proposal Defense Kayyonne Marston “A Comparative Analysis of Corrupt Networks in the Drug Trafficking, Financial Services, and Government Contracting Sectors in Jamaica” 2:00pm – 4:00pm Arlington Campus, Founders Hall, Room 602 Contact: Shannon Williams, swilli32@gmu.edu December 12, 2013 Doctoral Dissertation Defense Rui Neiva “Economic Efficiency of Air Navigation Service Providers: […]

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Not in Focus: Stories from Ahmedabad Slums

Not in Focus: Stories from Ahmedabad Slums School of Public Policy, Krasnow Institute for Advanced Study and Arts Management Program at George Mason University are pleased to invite you to the Founders Art Gallery on: Tuesday, October 1, 2013 5:30 – 7:30 pm Founders Art Gallery, George Mason University, Arlington Campus 3351 Fairfax Dr, Arlington, […]

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Doctoral Research Workshops

Doctoral Research Workshop Open to Students, Faculty, Alumni, and Public Thursday, September 19th, Founder’s Hall Room 602, 2:00 – 4:00 PM Tuesday, October 21st, Founder’s Hall Room 602, 4:00 – 6:00 PM Wednesday, November 20th, Founder’s Hall Room 602, 2:00 – 4:00 PM The PhD workshops offer students the opportunity to engage fellow students and […]

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Leading Learning, part 2

Tuesday, October 8 2:00pm – 4:00pm Arlington Campus, Founders Hall, Room 478 Open to Faculty, Students and Alumni The second of this two-part series will introduce participants to instructional approaches that can supplement the traditional lecture format and enhance student learning. Led by with Professor Siona Listokin and Shannon Williams. For additional information contact Shannon […]

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Leading Learning, part 1

Thursday, September 12 2:00pm – 4:00pm Arlington Campus, Founders Hall, Room 478 Open to Faculty, Students and Alumni The first of this two-part series will introduce participants to instructional approaches that can supplement the traditional lecture format and enhance student learning. Led by with Professor Siona Listokin and Shannon Williams. (Second part of the series […]

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Ph.D. Student Walk

Ph.D. Student Walk. 3:00pm on Thursday, September 5. Graduate Student Library, room 529. (Open to students, faculty, alumni) Fitness and friends are foundations, not distractions. The correlation between social relationships, physical well-being, and academic success is well established. Several articles exploring this topic have appeared on SPP Currents, and you can re-visit the posts here. […]

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Online Publishing and Journal Evaluation

Online Publishing and Journal Evaluation with Claudia Holland from GMU Copyright Resources. Tuesday, September 10 3:00pm – 4:00pm Open to: Faculty, Students, Alumni and Public For additional information contact Shannon Williams (swilli32@gmu.edu or 703-993-4143)

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