C2M DC Reporter Jason Harrison

Post-9/11 job prospects centered on security

George Mason University professors and career resource experts say that the United States response to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks has noticeably altered the way the university trains students and prepares them for the job force.

Economic Burden Shifted to Mason Students, Parents

George Mason University (GMU) and higher learning institutions around the country have responded to the double-headed monster of state budget cuts and an ailing economy by forcing students and parents to shoulder an increasing share of the economic burden, according to GMU officials and knowledgeable observers.