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Together, we are stronger. The relationships we’ve built with our partner schools – James Madison, Old Dominion, University of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth, and Virginia Tech – bring valuable assets to bear on the challenges and opportunities facing the state University system. In the Venn diagram of 4-VA, each school leverages its unique strengths and resources to further a shared goal. To wit: Combining the technological resources from one campus with the rich historical archives of another and the performing arts expertise at a third can more effectively accelerate the pace and production of an extraordinary final product.
Leaders from the business, academic, veterans, and local, state and federal government communities convened June 26 at the Cyber Training and Education Conference, held on the George Mason University Science and Technology campus in Manassas, Virginia. The conference’s purpose was to tackle a critical issue facing the region — 43,200 vacant jobs in cyber technology Read more about Cyber Training and Education Conference Addresses Critical Workforce Shortage[…]
The future is bright for 4-VA, with more new, creative, and innovative project proposed each year. Here’s a peek into what’s upcoming. WWI: The Music and the Message “ReSounding the Archives” is a unique, collaborative project between Mason, University of Virginia and Virginia Tech which delightfully brings the music of World War I to Read more about In the Works – 4-VA Projects Now Underway at Mason[…]