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Why the National Flood Insurance Program Will be Reauthorized

The National Flood Insurance Program is $25 billion in debt, according to USA To [ ... ]

Mason Grad Benefitted from Real-world Lessons

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Alumni Chapter President-Elect Enthused about School of Business Momentum

Becky Anderson, an alumna from nearby Oakton, VA, has personally witnessed Mason [ ... ]

Mason Senior Hopes Travelers Get Caught in his Web

If all goes to plan, Cody Lucas will have his third app available on the App Sto [ ... ]

In the News

One Person’s Trash is Another Person’s Honeybee Sanctuary

July 5—Northern Virginia Magazine
Mason's Honey Bee Initiative is partnering with Fairfax County to convert mowed land at the I-95 landfill complex in Lorton into meadows that are ideal for honeybee pollination.

The Hunt for the Perfect Queen Bee: How a Team of Professors Is Trying to Save the World’s Crops

June 29—Washingtonian
Germán Perilla, director of the Honey Bee Initiative, is searching for the perfect queen bee to birth a hive resistant to pests and disease.

Community Foundation Awards Honey Bee Grant

June 29—Loudoun Now
The Community Foundation for Northern Virginia made a grant of $25,000 to the George Mason University Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship and the Honey Bee Initiative.