Signature Programs and Trainings at Mason
Inclusive Learning Community (ILC) is specifically focused on developing competencies pertaining to multicultural education for student affairs professionals. It is the expectation of the senior leadership that all professionals in the division, and other members of the university community participate in this community.
Dialogue and Difference Project engages George Mason students, faculty, staff, and the Northern Virginia community in dialogues to listen and converse across complex or controversial social and political issues.
Emerge is a one-day training preparing members of the Mason community to respond to survivors of sexual and relationship violence and to create a network of faculty, staff, and students dedicated to supporting survivors.
Compliance, Diversity and Ethics offers custom education and training sessions for individual departments, offices or centers.
Mason Cares is designed to train faculty and staff in how to respond to students who may be experiencing distress and suicidal thoughts and guide them in seeking appropriate assistance.
Safe Zone Training creates a safer, more welcoming and inclusive campus environment, strengthens community and encourage networking among all faculty, staff, and students, supporting the well-being of LGBTQ people.
Working with International Students is an interactive training designed to discuss issues and tools involved in working with international students at Mason.