The College of Humanities and Social Sciences hosted 33 exemplary undergraduate student research projects at the 2011 Undergraduate Research Symposium on Tuesday, April 19, in the Johnson Center. Learn more about the symposium and view a video.
Professors Brian Platt of History and Art History and Jeffrey Mantz of Sociology and Anthropology address prospective students and families at the Mason Fall Premier on Saturday, Nov. 13. The admissions open house features faculty mini-lectures as a way for prospective applicants to take a closer look at studying at Mason.
Three College of Humanities and Social Sciences alumni were among this year's Fulbright scholarship winners. Patricia Rivera (BA government and international politics ’03 and MS conflict analysis and resolution ’07), Lauren-Claire Kelley (BA English '10) and Carol Petty (BA sociology '10) will study abroad this academic year.
Anthropology professor Linda J. Seligmann recently spoke at length about her book, Peruvian Street Lives: Culture, Power, and Economy among Market Women of Cuzco to Nicholas Crowder of nicholascrowderbooks.com.