As part of Mason's Safe Return to Campus Plan, all classes and associated instructional activities—including final exams—will be conducted virtually beginning November 30, while most campus facilities will remain open. Visit Mason’s Safe Return to Campus Plan for COVID-19 updates.
Mason President Gregory Washington will host a Freedom and Learning Forum with a theme of racial justice, anti-racism, and inclusion. Panelists will Provost Mark Ginsburg, CHSS Dean Ann Ardis, Faculty Affairs Director of Diversity, Inclusion and Well-Being Milli Rivera, University Life Associate Dean Creston Lynch, and Anti-Racism and Inclusive Excellence Task Force co-chairs Shernita Parker and Wendi Manuel-Scott.
Please join the Intellectual Life Committee in the College of Humanities and Social Science for a panel discussion on the ways that public opinion has shaped, and been shaped, by polarization, the pandemic, racial violence, the evolving media system, and, of course, the election.
Governor Ralph Northam has signed legislation designating Election Day as a state holiday. As a state agency, Mason will participate in the observance by closing on Tuesday, November 3. All eligible members of the Mason community are encouraged to exercise their civic responsibility on Election Day, by voting, serving as Officers of Election, assisting others to vote, or otherwise participating in this cornerstone of American democracy.
Wednesday, October 7, 2020 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
The Criminal Justice Speaker Series is a vibrant component of the MS in Criminal Justice graduate program. The speaker series brings individuals working at the cutting edge of criminal justice issues to Mason. All members of the Criminology, Law and Society Department are invited to attend.