Professor Todd Zywicki on the Higher Education Act

American higher education is in a bad place: public confidence is dropping, prices are daunting, and presidential candidates are clamoring to fundamentally change how it’s funded. Join us to hear U.S. Senator Rick Scott (R-FL) discuss his interest in finding solutions to the many problems with higher education policy. Attendees will then hear from the … Continue reading “Professor Todd Zywicki on the Higher Education Act”

Professor John Yun is mentioned as a witness in the Senate antitrust hearing today

Senate lawmakers are eager to take Facebook to task for its high-profile acquisitions of Instagram and WhatsApp at a big antitrust hearing today. But one of their key witnesses will warn them that heavyhanded regulation from Washington could have unintended consequences for tech startups — and ultimately prevent them from becoming competitors to tech giants.  washingtonpost.com, … Continue reading “Professor John Yun is mentioned as a witness in the Senate antitrust hearing today”

No bar exam needed: New Juris Master’s Program helps students excel in diverse careers

Jessica Sartorius, Director of Juris Master (JM) Degree Program Jessica Sartorius, director of the JM program, said the JM degree is in high demand and offered by almost half of all tier-one law schools. With Mason being close to Washington, D.C., the program could help many more professionals in the future, she said. www2.gmu.edu, Sept … Continue reading “No bar exam needed: New Juris Master’s Program helps students excel in diverse careers”