On Equal Pay Day, Angela Hattery, professor and director, Women and Gender Studies, and Shannon Davis, Faculty Senate Chair, professor and director of graduate student programs in sociology, comment on the implications of pay disparity.
George Mason University is committed to protecting the health of its community. Its resources include up-to-date plans and procedures, identification of student health services clinics, and attention to its study-abroad programs.
TO BE RESCHEDULED ONLINE. A cinematic meditation on humanity’s massive reengineering of the planet, Anthropocene: The Human Epoch witnesses in an experiential and non-didactic sense a critical moment in geological history — bringing a provocative and unforgettable experience of our species’ breadth and impact.
We are pleased to invite you to a new Student Presentations Panel, hosted by the Student Organizing Committee. Cultural Studies students will present their papers in this panel program. Please join us for this special colloquium event.
As Mason's Women and Gender Studies and African and African American Studies programs prepare to present the university's 20th Sojourner Truth Lecture, it welcomes back Marilyn Mobley, one of the founding mothers of both programs.
The inaugural Goldie Hattery and Diane Hattery Awards for Excellence honor university classified staff members in housekeeping and facilities. The awards, given through the Women and Gender Studies Program, are named in honor of director Angela Hattery's mother and grandmother.
For Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month, Women and Gender Studies wanted to highlight students who identify as Hispanic and/or Latinx. This highlight features an interview with Claudia Bermúdez, a psychology major, immigration studies minor, and women and gender studies minor at Mason