Four Mason Korea faculty members taught the inaugural semester of Mason Korea's Global Campus program for the Incheon Citizen Life College this spring and summer. To celebrate the end of the first semester of the program, students and faculty gathered for a Completion Ceremony at the start of August.
Mason Korea partnered with the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at George Mason University to present “Live from Korea,” an international interactive summer course series, featuring Mason Korea faculty teaching for OLLI for the first time.
Professor Edgar Endress, a George Mason professor of art who teaches digital art courses at Mason Korea, received a grant from the US Mission in Tunisia’s Public Diplomacy Grant Program to support a social engagement project.
With President-elect Yoon Suk-yeol set to take office on May 10, a K-pop expert and associate professor of cultural studies at George Mason University Korea, is calling on the new administration to build more small and mid-sized concert venues for various pop singers and create more platforms where they can meet the audience.
Dr. Hyunyoung Cho was selected by George Mason’s Center for Humanities Research (CHR) to receive summer funding to support her research project. Dr. Cho is the first faculty member at Mason Korea to receive a CHR research grant.
Mason Korea signed an MOU with the Research Institute of Korea Women’s Independence Movement last week to promote educational and intercultural activities and projects between Mason Korea's Peace and Conflict Studies Center Asia Campus and the institute.
Dr. Shannon Davis, Associate Dean for Faculty and Academic Affairs and Director of IUCF at Mason Korea, recently received the Southern Sociological Society's Martin L. Levin Distinguished Service Award.
Professor Edgar Endress, an art professor at George Mason University, joined Mason Korea this spring. His recent art projects will be featured at prominent venues this year, including the Grand Paris Éphémère for Art Paris 2022 .
Professor John Garnett’s article on the Green Revolution has been accepted for publication in a top peer-reviewed history journal in the US. He views this success as a product of being part of the Mason Korea academic community.