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School of Sport, Recreation, and Tourism Management

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George Mason University’s College of Education and Human Development Dean Mark R. Ginsberg announced the creation of three new schools within the college.

August 28, 2019

The State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV) approved the School of Education, the School of Kinesiology, and the School of Sport, Recreation, and Tourism Management. Read more...
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CEHD Welcomes Six New Instructional Faculty Members

August 22, 2019

Dean Mark Ginsberg announced the addition of six new instructional faculty for the 2019-20 school year. Read more...
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Sixteen CEHD Faculty Members Receive Promotion and/or Tenure

May 15, 2019

Dean Ginsberg announced that sixteen faculty members received promotion and/or tenure. Read more...
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Dave Wiggins, an Authority on the African American Experience in American Sport, is Retiring ... Sort of

August 2, 2018

When the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture began planning its sports gallery, the first call museum director Lonnie Bunch made was to Dave Wiggins. Wiggins, a professor of sport history at George Mason University, is Bunch’s longtime friend. But he is also an acknowledged authority on the African American experience in American sport. Read more...
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Dave Wiggins, an Authority on the African American Experience in American sport, is Retiring ... Sort of

July 23, 2018

When the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture began planning its sports gallery, the first call museum director Lonnie Bunch made was to Dave Wiggins. Wiggins, a professor of sport history at George Mason University, is Bunch’s longtime friend. But he is also an acknowledged authority on the African American experience in American sport. Read more...
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Sport Diplomacy at the Winter Olympics

February 12, 2018

The 2018 Winter Olympics have officially begun in Pyeongchang, South Korea, and top athletes from around the world are currently competing in 15 events over more than two weeks. But there’s more than just sport at this worldwide mega event—there’s also diplomacy. Read more...
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Thirteen New CEHD Faculty Members Bring Experience From Public Schools to the Federal Government

September 19, 2017

This fall, more than a dozen distinguished professors are joining the ranks of the College of Education and Human Development’s (CEHD) faculty. From long-time professors and experienced public school instructors to faculty who have held important jobs at the federal and state government levels, the new crop of faculty members brings a wealth of talent, knowledge, and experience to the college.

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This Unique George Mason Program Is for Those Who Understand the ‘Universal Language’ of Sports

July 13, 2017

Vanessa Luppino hustled down the floor in George Mason University’s Field House, not quite at a run, although not at a leisurely pace, either. In truth, she moved a bit like a power-walker in a mall, except one who was also dribbling a basketball. The activity — to try to score without breaking into a run — made for a goofy, fun moment that ended with a layup, which Luppino celebrated by throwing her hands in the air. ...excepted from the Washington Post Read more...
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Panel discusses Opportunities, Challenges in Women’s Sport Leadership

April 24, 2017

To get more women in sports leadership roles, opportunities must increase and women in such positions must be willing to be role models and mentors. That was the takeaway of a panel discussion on women in sports leadership held on the Fairfax Campus. ...excerpted from Mason News. Read more...
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David K. Wiggins and Chris Elzey Win Best Edited Collection for "D.C. Sports"

June 9, 2016

David K. Wiggins and Chris Elzey received the North American Society for Sport History (NASSH) award for the Best Edited Collection for their book, DC Sports: The Nation’s Capital at Play. The anthology explores the multi-faceted ways in which sport, both amateur and professional, female and male, forms an important part of urban life. It addresses race, class, and gender in addition to ‘fandom, the power of the press, and politics.’ Read more...