School of Public Policy

Mason students propose “pop-up developments” for new Silver Line stations

With the final pieces of the Metro Silver Line project being completed, students at George Mason University’s School of Public Policy are looking for ways to draw people to the new Metro stations.

While the Silver Line was being planned, Fairfax County officials used the opportunity to propose changes to the Tysons Corner area, taking steps to increase its residential population and business presence, and to make the area more pedestrian friendly.

6th Annual Trash Summit to be held at Founders Hall on Mason's Arlington campus

The 6th annual Trash Summit will take place at George Mason University’s Founders Hall, on the Arlington campus, Oct. 19 from 8:30-4:30 p.m.

Mason alumna Ashlea Smith is coordinating the event aimed at empowering individuals to protect the Potomac River Watershed.