- February 9 S-CAR Spring 2012 Graduate Conference: Working in the Field (If They Let You In): The
Many Challenges Conflict Resolution Professionals Face Practicing or Conducting
Research in the Field. Arlington Campus, Founder's Hall, Room 113, 9:00am-5:30pm.
Contact: Linda Keuntje. Click here to Register.
- February 15 S-CAR/SPP Spring Career and Internship Fair. Closed to S-CAR and SPP graduate
students only and alumni. S-CAR undergraduate seniors and alumni are encouraged
to register. Arlington Campus, Founders Hall, Multipurpose Room. To Register for the
Graduate Career and Internship Fair, please go to the:
Registration Page. Then click on the Student Registration. Employers who are
attending the career fair will soon be added to the web site and then updated
accordingly. If you are a S-CAR alumni member, please register under Student
- Feburary 15 S-CAR After the Fair Happy Hour. Meet and network with other S-CAR students and
S-CAR alumni after the career and internship fair on Wednesday February 15, from 5pm
to 7pm at O'Sullivans Irish Pub in Clarendon (right down the street from S-CAR). Please
email firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan on joining us.
Become an S-CAR Chapter Leader
We are currently searching for new S-CAR Alumni Chapter Leaders. There has never been a better time to reconnect with S-CAR (formerly ICAR).
If you are interested in volunteering your time and skills for the betterment of the S-CAR Alumni Chapter, then we encourage you to contact us at email@example.com.
2013 S-CAR Distinguished Alumni Award: Call for Nominations!
For the past four years, S-CAR has awarded an Alumni member with the S-CAR Distinguished Alumni Award. All S-CAR Alumni are eligible to receive this award (undergraduate, certificate, MS and PhD).
We would like to receive nominations from the S-CAR Alumni Community and S-CAR Faculty. The S-CAR Faculty Board will then select the winner at the December 5, 2012 Faculty Board meeting. The award recipient will be presented with the award by Dean Bartoli at the GMU Alumni Association's Annual Celebration of Distinction, April 17, 2013, at the Mason Inn, GMU Fairfax Campus.
Criteria for this award
Awards and recognition
Service/contributions to S-CAR community
Level of engagement with the University
Demonstrated excellence in conflict resolution theory/research/practice
Past Award Recipients
2012 Dr. Craig Zelizer
2011 Dr. Mary Wade
2010 Dr. Lisa Schirch
2009 Dr. Mohammed Abu Nimer
Please submit your nominations online by November 30, 2012. Click here for the online nomination form.
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more than 30 years, the GMU Alumni Association has recognized outstanding alumni, students, and faculty. Through nominations, the Alumni Association selects and recognizes an Alumnus or Alumna of the Year, a Faculty Member of the Year, an Alumni Service Award winner, and presents one Senior of the Year.
* Resume and/or biography of the nominee
* Nominating statement that addresses the specified criteria (Nominating statements should be no more than two pages typewritten.)
* A maximum of three supporting letters for each nomination
* Current members of the George Mason Alumni Association board of directors are ineligible for the award, and previous recipients are not eligible for the same award.
* The deadline for nominations is December 7, 2012. We are currently accepting nominations online.
To learn more about these awards and to nominate someone online, visit the GMU Alumni Association.
Mission Statement of the George Mason University Alumni Association
The mission of the George Mason University Alumni Association is to strengthen George Mason University by engaging alumni through fellowship, programs, and services that encourage active participation in the university community.
* We value the diverse alumni of George Mason University and are committed to strengthening the relations between alumni and the university through accessible and inclusive programs and services.
* We value the partnership between the Office of Alumni Affairs and the volunteers of the Alumni Association and support the office’s goals and objectives.
* We value the faculty, staff, and administration of the university and their work in preparing future alumni for meaningful and successful lives.
* We value the role of communication and cultivation in engaging alumni in academic, social, and philanthropic activities.
* We value the future of George Mason University and its students—our future alumni.
* We value and understand the legacy we create at George Mason University.
* We value and recognize the importance of our stewardship of the Alumni Association.
Learn more about the History of the George Mason University Alumni Association.