Workshop on Reproducible Research Practices

Have you heard about the reproducibility crisis in science (e.g, in AAAS and The Economist) and worry about false positive results? Ever wondered how you could increase the reproducibility of your own work? Join us for a workshop on reproducible research, hosted by the Center for Open Science (and other collaborators as applicable). Learn about factors that contribute to the reproducibility crisis, and techniques and tools you can incorporate into your workflow to increase the openness and reproducibility of your work.

  • Date: Monday, October 6, 2014
  • Time: 2:30 to 4:00 p.m.
  • Location: Gateway Library (Johnson Center), Room A-228
  • RSVP recommended; space is limited

For more information, contact Wendy Mann, wmann at gmu.edu

One Button Studio Now Open!

Located in Room 134-I Gateway Library, Johnson Center, the One Button Studio is a simplified video recording setup that can be used without any previous video production experience. The design of the studio allows you to create high-quality and polished video projects without having to know anything about lights and cameras. You only need to bring your flash drive with you and push a single button. Read more

For more information about One Button Studio, contact Jason Byrd, jbyrd10 at gmu.edu

Reagle Named 2014-15 Fenwick Fellow

Colin James Reagle, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering in the Volgenau School of Engineering, has been named the Fenwick Fellow for 2014-15.

Reagle’s research project, “The Role of Renewables in George Mason University’s Future Energy Portfolio”, sets out to examine the hurdles the university faces toward reaching the 2025 Virginia renewable energy mandate’s statewide goal of 15 percent and then exceeding the state’s minimum beyond 2025. Read more

Welcome, Mason Alums!

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Fenwick New Addition. Expected occupancy: Winter 2016.

University Libraries welcome all Mason alums this weekend! While you’re meandering through memories, places and spaces on the Fairfax Campus, you can see the progress on Mason Libraries’ current big project: the construction of the New Fenwick Library Addition. Stop into Fenwick Library to view the Special Collections and Archives exhibit “Fairfax Campus Turns Fifty“  – see the way we were when Mason moved to Fairfax. Take a stroll through the new Fenwick Gallery. Head over to the Johnson Center and discover what’s new in the re-named Gateway Library.

More items of interest for alumni include these selected online collections:

Mason alumni are welcome to use the Libraries‘ physical and online collections in person at any Mason Library: Fenwick, Gateway, Arlington Campus and Mercer.

We welcome you back, and welcome your continued interest and support. Go Mason!