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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.

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Fall 2024 New Courses and Special Topics Offerings

Want to explore exciting topics such as agent-based model of an evolving and interactive populations, diagnostics and therapeutics, paleoclimatology, or transforming academia with artificial intelligence research? Or would you rather investigate atmospheric convection, Extremal Graph Theory, or take a seminar to quickly expand the knowledge of your field? 

Consider taking one or more of the 20+ exciting new and special topic courses available this semester.

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Undergraduate scholarships open until May 31

Scholarships at Mason are open to all continuing undergraduates, admitted transfers, and graduate students. Visit the Mason Scholarship Application Page to review and apply for scholarship opportunities offered through the Office of Student Financial Aid and various departments. Scholarship awards are based on your academic record as well as your answers to the questions on the application.

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Dissertation Defense (IPN): Apoorva Kaushik

Apr 19, 2024, 12:00 - 2:00 PM

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Dissertation Defense for the PhD in Neuroscience for Apoorva Kaushik Dissertation Chair: Frank Krueger, PhD (SSB/IPN) Title: Structural Neural Correlates of Social Networks Abstract: Social networks are vital for human interactions, with the social brain hypothesis positing neocortex size evolved to meet social cognitive demands, yet neural associations remain unclear

Dissertation Defense - Yuriy Kim PhD Biosciences

Apr 19, 2024, 12:00 - 2:00 PM

Program: PhD Biosciences Date: Frid ay, April 19th, 2024 Time: 12: 00 PM Place: Virtual meeting For full Thesis Defense Announcement Click Here

CAGS: Prettier Images

Apr 19, 2024, 12:30 - 1:30 PM

Speaker: Mark Burge Title: Prettier Images Abstract Time: Friday, April 19 - 12:30pm – 1:30pm Location: Exploratory Hall, room 4106 and on CAGS zoom link