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Industry-academia cooperation burgeons at IFEZ Mason Korea News

Industry-academia cooperation burgeons at IFEZ

George Mason University plans to set up a team focused on cooperation between the university and local businesses by the end of this month. The team will seek to work with local industries as well as researchers of the school's U.S. campus.

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Mason Korea Adopts Three-year Strategic Plan

Mason Korea Adopts Three-year Strategic Plan

A year in the making, the plan was approved by the George Mason Korea Board of Managers in May of 2020. It guides Mason Korea's growth in key areas and supports the broader strategic goals of George Mason University.

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Enter a Writing Competition and Win a Scholarship

Enter a Writing Competition and Win a Scholarship

Mason Korea holds a research writing competition and workshops for freshman and third-semester (sophomore) PPP student each semester. We spoke with Professors Alice Wrigglesworth and Jason Kifer who lead the program to find out why Mason Korea students should join the program and develop their writing skills.

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Town Hall Meeting with the President

Town Hall Meeting with the President

Mason Korea held a virtual town hall on September 17 with Mason’s president, Dr. Gregory Washington, which was the new president’s first meeting with the broader Mason Korea community.

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Mason’s student focused approach leads to success

Mason’s student focused approach leads to success

Mason Korea welcomes its largest yearly freshman class since its opening, with over 220 students. A comprehensive instructional plan leverages both online and offline teaching in accordance with strict safety protocols and government recommendations.

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A message supporting our international students

A message supporting our international students

This week, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced that it would discontinue visa exceptions for international students on F-1 visas who take all of their courses for the semester online. This decision could force hundreds of thousands of international students to leave the United States and threatens to interrupt the academic work of more than 3,000 students here at George Mason University.

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