Month: May 2013

Join the E-Science Movement – ASTR 112

Currently, no one knows why solar storms happen. Nor is it known in which direction or how fast the particles they produce move. To solve these mysteries, students in Professor Gabriele Belle’s online section of ASTR 112 Introduction to Astronomy

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Cupcakes and Interaction

Recipe for Effective Learning in a Management Online Course You have undoubtedly noticed the countless cupcake stores that have sprung up around the nation these past few years – Georgetown Cupcake in D.C., Sprinkles in California, and Crave in Oregon.

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Mason Online Supports the New President’s Vision

“Imagine a university that is focused on the well-being of its community, that is attracting the best talent in the world because it allows everyone to thrive,” entreated George Mason’s sixth president, Ángel Cabrera, in his inauguration speech on Friday,

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