An online window into autism

“The best way to learn about autism spectrum disorder is to meet people who have it,” according to Jodi Duke, faculty member in George Mason University’s Special Education program. Introducing students to individuals with autism is easily accomplished in a traditional classroom, but how do you fulfill this principle in an online program?

Faculty Chat with Michelle Marks: Online Education

Event date:  April 22, 2019

Dr. Michelle Marks, Vice President for Academic Innovation and New Ventures, is leading the university's effort to grow and scale online programming. Please join her for a discussion about different models for online learning and share your experience...

Online Innovation Conversation with Michelle Marks

Event date:  April 17, 2019

Dr. Michelle Marks, Vice President for Academic Innovation & New Ventures, iinvites you to join her for a conversation around online education at Mason. Michelle will bring together a small group of faculty and staff to participate in group discussions exploring ways our campus and faculty keep Mason at the forefront...

Campus Conversations: Online Learning

Event date:  April 22, 2019

As we consider how to best develop and scale online programs, we’ll need the knowledge, perspectives and feedback of the entire Mason community. This semester, we’re launching a series of conversations that will explore Mason’s opportunities to fulfill our access vision and we invite your participation.

Strada Education Network awards ADVANCE $1 million grant

Strada Education Network recently announced a $1 million grant to support the creation of education-to-employment pathways for students participating in ADVANCE, George Mason University’s innovative partnership with NOVA.

P3•EDU Conference 2019 (Invitation-Only)

Event date:  April 30, 2019

Higher education institutions in the United States face a number of fundamental challenges to their business model. To address these challenges, colleges and universities are increasingly entering into long-term contractual relationships with private partners...

Pathbreakers Webinar Series: “Innovating Financial Aid with Income Sharing Agreements”

Event date:  February 26, 2019

Student debt remains at an all-time high, topping $1.5 billion this year, and as the cost of higher ed rises, there seems to be no end in sight. So how can we think differently about supporting students? How do we innovate financial aid? ISAs – or income sharing agreements – represent a new way of helping students finance their college degrees...