February 21, 2014

WordPress Sites

EASD team currently maintains and supports close to 50 WordPress websites for various Mason offices. These sites are regularly updated to address any security issues and to improve / enhance functionality and aesthetics. We also provide user training to many of our site owners. If your department or group would like to have a WordPress website, please contact us at EASDhelp@gmu.edu.

Here is a list of WordPress websites EASD team is currently maintaining:

EASD Websites: 
4VA Consortium4-VA promotes collaborations that leverage the strengths of each partner university and improve efficiencies in higher education.
Academic AdvisingAcademic Advising provides students with the most accurate and timely information as it pertains to their academic success.
Arts & Entertainment Advocacy ClinicThe Arts & Entertainment Advocacy Clinic teaches students the legal and policy skills required for engaging with Congress, agencies, and courts on behalf of copyright owners.
Bachelor of Applied ScienceMason’s Bachelor of Applied Science Degree (BAS) is a unique program created specifically for students who have earned an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree.
BudgetGeorge Mason University’s Office of Strategic Budgeting & Planning is responsible for handling the preparation and continuous monitoring of the university’s annual operating and capital budgets, biennial State budget submission, and multi-year integrated financial plan.
Center for Academic TransitionsCenter for Academic Transitions provides courses, programs, and services designed to help students reach their personal and academic goals.
Center for Adaptive Systems of Brain-Body InteractionsCASBBI brings together scientists, engineers, health care professionals, and community stakeholders to pursue transdisciplinary fundamental research and to create translational innovations aimed at challenges related to disability.
Center for Assurance Research and EngineeringCenter for Assurance Research and Engineering, or CARE is a research center focusing on cybersecurity.
College Research (section of Honors College)College of Research engages in scholarly inquiry involves a wide variety of tasks, including identifying a topic, finding scholarly sources, posing and revising a research question, analyzing the evidence and participating in a scholarly conversation.
Conflict of InterestConflict of Interest understands an employee’s professional judgment and objectivity when performing research or making decisions on behalf of the university.
Chief Risk OfficerCRO offers individuals Chief Risk Officer Program Course Topics.
Dream CatchersMason Dream Catchers identifies and supports these students in achieving their dreams to attend and graduate from college through the utilization of mentors and role models from the MASON community and the Northern Virginia region.
EASD - Enterprise Application Support and DevelopmentEASDS designs, installs, tests and maintains George Mason University software systems.
Executive EducationGeorge Mason University Executive and Professional Education (EPE) offers a diverse portfolio of courses and training programs designed for professionals across a range of industries and experience levels.
FellowshipsThe Office of Fellowships advises Mason undergraduates and recent alumni regarding the application process for nationally competitive fellowships.
Global Learning InstituteGlobal Learning Institute programs are designed for students and professionals seeking custom academic programs tackling today’s most in-demand subjects.
Graduate FellowshipsGraduate fellowships are awards that provide support to master's and doctoral students for research, writing, fieldwork, language study, professional development, or independent projects undertaken in conjunction with a degree program.
Graduate Student Travel FundThe Graduate Student Travel Fund was created for the purpose of facilitating its students’ development outside the classroom.
Health Professions AdvisingHealth professions advising provides current Mason students with information and application support necessary to prepare for admission to health professions schools.
Innovation Law ClinicWork In Progress
Learning EnvironmentLEARNING ENVIRONMENTS AT MASON provides most effective learning that is embedded in experiential and collaborative contexts when it is student-centered, and when students are given opportunities to apply and practice problem-solving, decision-making, and critical thinking and doing.
Mason Community EngagementCommunity Engagement's mission is to be an exemplary “engaged university” by “preparing our students to thrive in a global context by infusing global awareness, citizenship values, and learning opportunities across all fields, and we will partner with other organizations in solving global problems where our impact will be highest.”
Mason CoreThe Mason Core is Mason’s general education program that builds the foundation for The Mason Graduate.
Mason Global OfficeThe Office of Global Strategy (“Global Office”) is the lead unit responsible for Mason’s global and international initiatives.
Mason Korea CampusMason Korea provides the same US degree and programs as the main campus in Fairfax, Virginia.
Mason Online CoursesMason Online refers to the online learning experiences offered at Mason.
MK Academic Affairs SubsiteThe mission of the Office of Academic Affairs is to support the development of undergraduates in the university by serving as a resource for students, staff, and faculty.
OASIS - Online Adult Student Information ServiceGeorge Mason University’s Online Adult Student Information Service, designed to be your one-stop shop for all information relevant to completing your academic career at Mason.
Office of Sponsored ProgramsThe Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP) supports external funding for research, scholarly and creative pursuits while ensuring the university’s financial, contractual and regulatory exposures are minimized.
OSCAR - Office of Student Scholarship, Activities, and ResearchThe Office of Student Scholarship, Creative Activities, and Research (OSCAR) is home of undergraduate research and creative activities at George Mason University.
Office of Technology TransferThe Office of Technology Transfer (OTT) builds partnerships between our researchers and industry, and collaborates with inventors, partners and start-ups to bring new technology to the marketplace.
Pathway to the Baccalaureate ConsortiumPathway to the Baccalaureate Consortium is intended for current and prospective Mason students who are in the Pathway to the Baccalaureate program.
Patriot SuccessThe vision of the Patriot Success Initiative is to identify, develop, implement, and assess student-level interventions that will increase engagement, retention, and timely degree completion among George Mason University undergraduate students.
Phi Beta KappaThe Phi Beta Kappa Society is the oldest academic honor society in the United States.
Phi Beta DeltaPhi Beta Delta is the first honor society dedicated to recognizing scholarly achievement in international education.
Phi Kappa PhiThe Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi is the oldest, most selective, and most prestigious all-discipline honor society.
ProvostBlogProvost's Blog conveys the various events happening within the education industry.
Peter Stearns BlogDr. Stearns served as Mason Provost for over 14 years, helping to oversee a period of rapid growth in enrollment, program development, and research, with concomitant attention to standards of educational quality.
Quantum Materials CenterThe Quantum Materials Center (QMC) at George Mason University addresses the challenge of material design, exploration, and creation by combining the expertise of GMU physicists, engineers, mathematicians, and computer scientists.
Research Development, Integrity, and AssessmentRDIA’s mission is to nurture and promote state-of-the-art research, scholarship and creative work at Mason, providing resources that: promote the ethical and responsible conduct of research; and, assist the Mason faculty-postdoc-student community with the identification of external funding opportunities and the development of high quality proposals, sponsored projects and translational activities.
Retired Faculty AssociationThe George Mason University Retired Faculty Association’s mission is to make faculty retirement the best of all possible worlds and to that end.
Robinson ProfessorsRobinson Professors are outstanding scholars who are dedicated to undergraduate teaching and whose teaching and scholarship concern broad and fundamental intellectual issues.
Student Services CenterThe Mason Student Services Center exists to better serve students by providing access to information that is important for success at George Mason University.
Stearns Center (this site will soon merge with the ODL site)The Stearns Center for Teaching and Learning is a hub for promoting teaching excellence and innovation.
Strengths AcademyGeorge Mason University and Gallup have partnered to create a Strengths-based culture on our campus.
Sustainability StudiesThe goal of Sustainability Studies at Mason is to foster learning that advances our understanding and practice of sustainability.
Undergraduate CouncilThe Undergraduate Council is responsible for reviewing and approving the creation, modification, or discontinuation of all undergraduate academic degree programs, certificate programs, new bachelor’s/accelerated master’s programs and minors.
Undergraduate EducationThe Faculty Fellow will work to facilitate conversations about the Mason Core and gather evidence about what is and is not working well in the Core.
Well Being UniversityWell Being University's goal is to become a model well-being university at which students, faculty, and staff build a life of vitality, purpose, resilience, and engagement.
Writing Across the CurriculumMason's Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) program supports the teaching and learning of our undergraduate writers and faculty.