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Just outside the nation's capital, we've built connections with government agencies and industry partners working at the forefront of scientific research. Combine those with our advanced facilities for getting real-world work experience and options for tailoring your degree, and our students have more opportunity to land jobs, internships, and research collaborations that really help them stand out.

Students work in Deborah Polayes Biology of Microorganisms Lab. Photo by Lathan Goumas/Office of Communications and Marketing

Mason Science faculty and staff, join us for the annual Celebration of Success

Join us Monday, December 6 from 2 to 3:30 p.m. in the Exploratory Hall atrium for the annual College of Science Celebration of Success, recognizing colleagues for service during the 2021 calendar year. You must register to attend and come prepared to show your COVID health check.

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Learning Assistant Virtual Poster Session

Dec 6, 2021/12:00 - 2:00 PM

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Please join us in celebrating the work of our Learning Assistants (LAs), who are working in over 40 courses across the College of Science to facilitate student learning. On Monday, December 6, the LAs will be presenting posters reflecting on their teaching experiences, their students’ learning, and new instructional initiatives
Dec6

2021 Celebration of Success

Dec 6, 2021/2:00 - 3:30 PM

Exploratory Hall atrium

Join Dean Fernando Miralles-Wilhelm for the 2021 Celebration of Success that recognizes and shows appreciation of all College of Science faculty and staff. On Monday, December 6 from 2 to 3:30 p.m., Dean Fernando R. Miralles-Wilhelm will present the Dean's Awards to nine faculty and staff for their service during
Dec6

Neuroscience Seminar Series: Christopher Del Negro

Breathing matters! Genes, ion channels, neurons, and networks at the core of breathing behavior. Christopher Del Negro, Professor of Applied Science William & Mary Summary: Breathing is a vital and incessant behavior. Before it can produce any other behavior, the brain must generate and vigilantly regulate breathing according to physiological