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A collective exhaleJune 1, 2022

Over the past few weeks, as I prepared to blog on significant college milestones, including graduation and a leadership retreat to identify and address current priorities, events of the past few weeks necessitated replacing these recaps with messages of support, understanding, and an opportunity for action.

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Forward together: facts, compassion, love, and actionMay 18, 2022

Usually, at this time of year, I enjoy congratulating our graduating students whose perseverance and quest for scientific expertise have taken them to this major life achievement. Although I look forward to celebrating that milestone for our Class of 2022, I can’t help but think of those on the path to that great accomplishment who are affected by the events our nation has recently experienced.

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Mason Science mentors foster an audacious, questioning mindsetMay 11, 2022

As one of the largest contributors to George Mason University’s R1 status, our College of Science maintains a strong focus on impactful research experiences by cultivating a questioning mindset throughout all levels of learning.

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Time to chooseMay 4, 2022

What do NFL teams and graduating seniors have in common? This past week, both analyzed and agonized over a series of decisions that could determine their successful future. After years of hard work, dedication, and sacrifice, it was time to transition to the ‘next level.’

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