The George Mason Review is a cross-disciplinary, undergraduate journal. Through the publication of exemplary, scholarly works, the GMR acts as a medium for discussion among us–the Mason undergraduate body–about scholarship. It seeks to re-vision scholarship by exploring and challenging the boundaries separating disciplines from each other, the humanities from the sciences, and academic from creative. In doing so, the GMR hopes to represent the academic excellence of the Mason undergraduate body.
GMR staff members work in a creative environment with other talented, driven students from across the disciplines. Staff members design their own self-motivated projects, taking ownership of the success of both individual projects and of the journal itself. This ownership allows our staff to inject personal ingenuity into the framework of the journal while still being mindful of its collaborative nature. Learn about specific positions here.