Mason Launches New Policy and Government School What’s SPGIA? Mason Students Cycle Cross-Country for People with Disabilities Policy Students Take on Transportation Challenges The Peace Corps Ranks Mason as a Top 10 Program

Mason Launches New Policy and Government School

George Mason University to launch new School of Policy, Government, and International Affairs on August 1, 2014.

What’s SPGIA?

The School of Policy, Government, and International Affairs (SPGIA) is a merger of the School of Public Policy and the Department of Public and International Affairs. Check out these frequently asked questions about the new school.

Mason Students Cycle Cross-Country for People with Disabilities

It is 2,889 miles from Seattle, Wash. to Washington, D.C. That’s more than 40 hours by car—or a whole summer on a bike—for Jeffery Gorenshtein, Dylan Reed and Bryan Bott.

Policy Students Take on Transportation Challenges

This is a real-world exercise—not a theoretical classroom discussion—that might conceivably create changes in how people move from one place to another.

The Peace Corps Ranks Mason as a Top 10 Program

The Peace Corps ranked George Mason University #7 in 2014 rankings of top Master’s International programs for Peace Corps volunteers.

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  • As Scotland votes on independence, Mason School of Policy, Gov't, and Int'l Affairs professor plays vital role: ,
  • SPGIA Acting Dean Rozell op-eds about Obama admin protecting staffers with immunity from congressional testimony: ,
  • Mason Government and Politics professor Mark Katz comments on the rising conflict in Iraq. Read his Q&A here: ,
  • Join us for an alumni networking happy hour tonight at Capitol City Brewery in DC. Here are the details: ,
  • Join us tomorrow for our Alumni Happy Hour to launch Mason's new School of Policy, Government, and International Affairs!,

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