- ODKM Master’s Student Maggie Huang Receives Mentoring for Anti-Racism and Inclusive Excellence AwardMarch 14, 2023
Her pioneering work examining the professional experiences of Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander (AANHPI) women in the U.S. lands an Organization Development and Knowledge Management master’s student an award from the university’s president’s office.
- School of Art Faculty Chawky Frenn presented 'We The People' series at the Anti-Racism and Inclusive Excellence ConferenceNovember 8, 2022
On such an important day, where we encourage our Mason School of Art community to get out and VOTE we are proud to highlight Mason School of Art Faculty Chawky Frenn who participated and presented a poster from his WE THE PEOPLE series at the Anti-Racism and Inclusive Excellence (ARIE) Conference at George Mason University.
- December 6, 2022
Supporting underserved graduate students focused on health equity research
- Conference draws faculty, students to Mason Square to share a vision for an inclusive, anti-racist futureOctober 26, 2022
George Mason University’s first Anti-Racism and Inclusive Excellence (ARIE) Conference on October 24 celebrated both the impact of research and the shared goal of shaping a more equitable future.
- Thu, 02/18/2021 - 14:41
President Gregory Washington and members of Anti-Racism and Inclusive Excellence Task Force invite the university community to the first of two virtual town hall meetings, which will be held 2-3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 23.
- February 11, 2021
As associate director of the LGBTQ+ Resources in the Center for Culture, Equity, and Empowerment (CCEE), formerly ODIME, Kinchen advises student groups, sits on many committees and does a lot of consulting and training with schools, colleges, and departments across the university that want to learn more about working with LGBTQ+ students.
- February 3, 2021
Junior Dominique Dowling has been working to enact social change since high school. She joined the GMU NAACP chapter in her second year at Mason, and now she is the group’s vice president. Through the chapter, she has been involved in numerous panels and committees, which inspired her to do more anti-racism work on campus.“Being part of the NAACP has exposed me to different initiatives and people who have been doing this work for years,” said the integrative studies major. “It made me realize that anti-racism work requires an ongoing dedication because there is always work to be done.”
- January 21, 2021
MLK Evening of Reflection