The Neuroscience Graduate Student Organization (NGSO), composed of neuroscience and biopsychology students at George Mason University, is an organization that fosters social and academic interaction.

Our weekly journal clubs (all are welcome) focus on various topics chosen each semester and are a great opportunity for students to bring up and discuss their interests with peers and to learn about the interests of other students. NGSO also assists members with partial funding for conferences, organizes various social events including end-of-semester socials, and invites notable neuroscientists to campus to share their knowledge and experience.

Students in Neuroscience- GMU

Students in Neuroscience is a George Mason University student group created in 2002 with the express purpose of advancing knowledge within the neurosciences through weekly discussions, social gatherings, and academic events.

Our organization is open to faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students within Psychology and Neuroscience.

Cure Mental Illness (CMI) – GMU

Cure Mental Illness GMU (CMI) is the inaugural chapter of the national mental illness education and advocacy group Cure Alliance for Mental Illness. CMU members are undergraduate and graduate Mason students from many disciplines including Neuroscience, Psychology, Nursing, Forensic Science, and Global and Community Health.

CMI's mission is to support mental illness education, research, and advocacy on and around the Mason campus and in our global community.


GMU PRSSA is the George Mason University Chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America.

It is our hope that you have the passion for PR just as we do!

If you’re interested in PR and want to get your foot in the door
then GMU PRSSA is for YOU!

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