Global affairs alumnus John Hancq launched a social enterprise to help developing countries expand their businesses, starting with beekeeping in Tanzania.
"We still have to wrestle with slavery as an institution even if we were not complicit as an institution in the system of slavery," said Wendi Manuel-Scott.
Over winter break, twenty-four students from Global Affairs, Economics, and Government & International Politics escaped frigid weather and a snowstorm with MasonAbroad in Havana, Cuba.
Abigail Loughlin, a Global Affairs major at George Mason, attended the Conservation, Biodiversity, and Society program at SMSC in Spring 2018 to fulfill her concentration in the Environment.
Graduating senior Kenya Moore saw more than just the beauty of the countries she visited.
Global Affairs alumnus, Jawaad Ali, received the Thomas R. Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship that supports extraordinary individuals who want to pursue a career in the U.S. Foreign Service.
Dr. Yasemin Ipek will discuss how different communities in Lebanon talk about and problematize sectarianism, based on ethnographic research she conducted between 2012 and 2015.
New course taught by Dr. Johanna Bockman will count toward synthesis or a concentration