On May 11, 2015, the Arlington Fellows program held its fifth Award Ceremony to honor the spring 2015 cohort of Global Politics Fellows. Nineteen students were selected for the semester-long program offered at George Mason's Arlington campus. Ten Global Affairs students were honored at the Ceremony, including Bruno Ortega-Toledo (GLOA '16), who was chosen as the Outstanding Fellow for his exemplary performance during his GPF experience.
The Global Politics Fellows is an unique academic program offered for Mason undergraduates majoring in Government or Global Affairs. Students complete 15 credits of coursework, including a six-credit GLOA internship. This spring, Global Affairs students interned on Capitol Hill, at the U.S. Department of Energy, the Fund for Global Human Rights, the National Endowment for Democracy, LULAC and many other sites through this innovative program. More information on the Global Politics Fellows and the other Arlington Fellows programs can be found online at fellows.gmu.edu.
May 29, 2015