The Washington Post recognized Mason alum Nathaniel Provencio as 2017 Principal of the Year for the metropolitan area. Provencio frequently chats with students, learning their names and developing relationships with their parents.
Mason Alumnus Provencio Named Principal of the Year
Inclusive and Accessible
PhD candidate Andrew Salamone, who is visually impaired, created a podcast for a history class assignment that originally called for students to create a video.
Adapting Assignment Let Student Tell Story His Way
Nereyda Sevilla created a computer model for tracking and stopping suspected pandemics transmitted by air travel. She studied biodefense at Mason’s Schar School of Policy and Government.
Research May Help Your Health When Flying
Focused on Your Future
Desmond Moffitt wants to create a program in which teachers get cultural competency training and study abroad for a semester.
Dedication to Schoolkids Guides His Career Path
Located for Opportunity
Laurence Bray, associate chair of the Department of Bioengineering, developed the popular Applied Neurotechnologies course, which combines classroom learning with clinical experience at Inova Fairfax Hospital’s campus. “The class filled up in half a day,” Bray said.
Class Gives Students Clinical Experience at Hospital
Driven to Serve
Robinson Professor John Paden retires in May after a 30-year career at Mason, but he won’t be slowing down. “I’m not the kind to go fishing and watch the clouds go by,” he says. “Nigeria never lets me go.”
Retiring Professor Donates Africa, Asia Collection