Posts Tagged ‘spring 2015’

Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday – Monday, January 19th

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day – Administrative offices closed and classes are not in session On Monday, January 19, 2015, in observance of the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday, administrative offices are closed and classes are not in session, across all campuses of George Mason University. For adjusted hours of some campus facilities, please visit […]

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Spring 2015 Classes Begin Tuesday, January 20th

Classes for the Spring 2015 semester will start on Tuesday, January 20th. The Office of Academic and Career Services will have peak academic advising walk-ins Monday, January 12th – Tuesday, January 27th. Please be advised we will not be offering academic advising appointments during the peak advising time period. To view the Spring 2015 academic […]

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Spring 2015 President’s Leadership Seminar with University President Dr. Ángel Cabrera

Mason Students: The Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) Office, New Century College (NCC), and the Office of the President are hosting the President’s Leadership Seminar this Spring semester. The President’s Leadership Seminar allows students to participate in a cohort leadership experience with the University President, Dr. Ángel Cabrera and New Century College faculty member Dr. Gregory Unruh. Students will have exposure to […]

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Fine Arts Credit Course Available for Spring 2015

ARTH 362-001: Twentieth-Century European Art (T/TH 10:30-11:45 a.m., CRN 16804, Dr. Michele Greet) Do you need a fine arts credit? Would you like to understand Picasso, surrealism, or dada when you visit a museum or gallery? Or do you seek a job that will involve interacting with sophisticated clients? Twentieth-Century European Art (ARTH 362) will […]

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