Mason Core classes are critical for engaging students and helping to create Mason Graduates: Well-Rounded Citizens and Engaged Scholars who are Prepared to Act. We are very grateful for their commitment to excellent teaching in the Mason Core. The Fall 2019 Mason Core Teaching Recognition recipients are:
Professor Alex Brodsky serves as conference co-chair of the 22nd International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems (ICEIS-2020), which is taking place May 5-7, 2020.
ICEIS, which traditionally accepts under 25% of submissions as full papers, brings together researchers, engineers and practitioners from nearly fifty countries who are interested in the areas of (1) Databases and Information Systems Integration, (2) Artificial Intelligence and Decision Support Systems, (3) Information Systems Analysis and Specification, (4) Software Agents and Internet Computing, (5) Human-Computer Interaction, and (6) Enterprise Architecture.
“Many people need to learn computer science concepts and how to apply them. If you are a social scientist, you need computing skills. If you’re a physicist you will rely on computing,” says Sood, who is retiring this spring. His research focuses on cybersecurity using resilience and restoration techniques, which resulted in six Mason patents and a university spinoff––SCIT Labs, Inc.
Professor Jeff Offutt of George Mason University shares tips on holding students’ attention in an online classroom.
Professor Mark Pullen is retiring at the end of the Spring 2020 semester after 28 years as a faculty member at Mason. Read more about his impact at Mason and in the broader computer science community here: https://volgenau.gmu.edu/news/584881