Mason is still alive, and competing for the top spot in the 2013 Environmental March Madness tournament. Click here for the Mason News article.
Enviance, Inc., in partnership with GreenBiz Group and Qualtrics, has announced the “Environmental 8,” the eight colleges and universities out of the previously announced “Sustainable 16” that are moving on to the next round of the Second Annual Environmental March Madness (#EnviroU) tournament. George Mason was one of eight schools recognized by the judges for […]
Mason has been selected as a Sustainable 16 school in the 2nd annual Environmental March Madness tournament, which rewards excellence in environmental academics and sustainability. The competition, sponsored by Enviance, in partnership with GreenBiz Group and Qualtrics, will announce 2013’s National Champion on April 8. The Environmental March Madness Tournament was designed to evaluate colleges […]
On the occasion of the 40th Earth Week since the 1972 founding of George Mason University, the University has just joined the United Nations’ Academic Impact. Launched in 2010, the UN Academic Impact is a global initiative that aligns institutions of higher education with the United Nations in actively supporting ten universally-accepted principles in the areas […]
Teaching Climate Change Across Curricula [flyer with details] The Office of the Provost cordially invites you to a light dinner and discussion exploring * How to further infuse climate change challenges and solutions into our curriculum, co-curricular programming, and campus culture * How to augment curricula with CAMEL* (Climate, Adaptation & Mitigation E-learning), an NSF-funded, […]
Check this out! And thanks to the students of Sustainability in Acton (EVPP 480, Spring 2011) for their contributions to this video…
“Mason now has a guide for integrating sustainability across our academic programs,” said Fellow of Sustainability Studies Dann Sklarew, once A Vision for Sustainability in Academic Endeavors at Mason appeared on the University’s Sustainability Studies web site. Based on insights from across Mason campuses, this vision aims to be bold: “Mason will rank among the top 50 […]
Please Join Us: Tuesday, September 27, 2011 7-9pm – Founders Hall Auditorium George Mason University Arlington Campus Join George Mason University’s School of Public Policy and The Truman National Security Project for a timely panel and town-hall discussion on the impact to our national security from a military perspective of reducing the U.S. dependence on […]
The new Patriot Green Fund (PGF) is a student-led initiative to accelerate, through research and infrastructural improvements, Mason’s sustainability transformation and commitment to becoming climate neutral. Preliminary applications are due October 1st and April 1st each year. For more information the PGF, including how to apply for funding, please visit pgf.gmu.edu.
George Mason University is proud to announce the creation of ‘green leaf’ courses and academic programs. Over 80 courses and at least a dozen academic programs focus on learning about sustainability, i.e., meeting our present needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. Visit the Sustainability Studies Green Leaf page […]