So long, farewell, Auf wiedersehen, goodbye… For twenty years Dean Kingsley E. Haynes has guided George Mason University’s School of Public Policy. Dean Haynes will be retiring from this position in July, and Dr. Edward Rhodes will take his place. In an interview with The Stylus, Dean Haynes discusses how the School of Public Policy […]

Q&A with an ODKM Student

August 8, 2010

Now you see inside Soles also participated in a Q&A with The Stylus about his experiences in the ODKM program. Q. What do you think are the goals of the ODKM program? Soles: To develop the professional capacity of students to become better agents of change when they work with organizations. ODKM provides tools, knowledge […]

Renowned professor of economics talks to The Stylus Tyler Cowen’s professional career developed and centered on his experiences at George Mason University. In 1983, Cowen achieved a B.S. from George Mason University in Economics. He then went to Harvard University for both his graduate and Ph.D. degrees, also in Economics. He worked until 1989 as […]

The Winner Is…

August 8, 2010

In it to win it Dr. Rozell was not the only award winner at the Signature Event. SPP students Andro Gigauri and Behnaz Bonyadian took home the coveted Distinguished Student Awards. Andro graduated this past May with his Masters in Public Policy (MPP), while Behnaz is a current MPP student focusing on Global Governance and […]

Valuing the GMU approach This year’s recipient of the SPP Distinguished Professor Award went to Dr. Mark Rozell. Dr. Rozell is currently teaching a section of Public Policy (PUBP) 700 and an elective course on Religion and Public Policy. The Stylus recently got the chance to ask him a few questions regarding both his award […]