However, Mason’s Campus Climate Committee meets monthly for a different type of conversation about climate change, dynamics and resources. We focus attention on understanding incidents, events and patterns of behavior that lead individuals and groups to experience the university as unsafe, intolerant, lacking support for first amendment rights and having a chilly or hostile climate. Understandably we are concerned when Mason’s climate is experienced in this manner by faculty, staff and students. For some time, we have worked to identify and address climate dynamics that foster such perspectives. Read more about the Campus Climate Committee at: Talking about Mason’s Campus Climate!
This website provides information about Mason’s climate dynamics, critical conversations, students’ individual rights, safety resources, civic engagement activities, and educational and training opportunities. Mason’s commitment to a mission, strategic plan and a future exemplary of our motto freedom and learning is demonstrated, engaging principles associated with our namesake: George Mason.
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