Mason Speakers

Mason Speakers comprises 150 professors, researchers, administrators and alumni volunteers from George Mason University who provide lectures and guest presentations to organizations and businesses free of charge. Several hundred topics are listed on the speaker’s registry. Operating throughout the Metropolitan Washington DC area since 1993 as the George Mason University Speakers Bureau, over 1000 requests for speakers have been filled as part of this community service program.

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Keith Sullivan

Mason PhD computer science student Keith Sullivan leads Mason’s robotics team, the RoboPatriots, who compete internationally each summer. Right now, Sullivan and the team are preparing to compete in the 2012 RoboCup in Mexico City, Mexico. The RoboPatriots compete in the kid-size humanoid league with robots that are 30 to 60 centimeters tall. The robots […]

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