College of Education and Human Development - George Mason University

Alumni and Giving

Welcome, CEHD Alumni!

CEHD alumni are represented throughout the nation and around the world. Over 25,000 fellow CEHD alumni share your commitment to promote learning and development across the lifespan.

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Lofty Goals

July 23, 2021

Sport management alum and Olympic track and field gold medalist David Verburg hoping to qualify for 2024 Olympic Games representing Team USA in rugby. Read more...
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Prioritizing Well-Being

June 10, 2021

Alumna Diana Karczmarczyk (PhD, ’13) named D.C. Police Department’s first Director of Employee Well-Being. Read more...
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‘Super Invested’

March 11, 2021

Kinesiology grad Mike Snowden (’15) enjoying success as the Alabama men’s basketball strength and conditioning coach. Read more...
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‘Importance of Service’

March 9, 2021

Alumna Amanda Smialek juggles teaching, parenting and National Guard duties. Read more...
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Presidential Pick

March 3, 2021

Two-time grad Bernadine Futrell (’06 MEd, ’09 PHD) named director for the Office of Head Start by Biden-Harris Administration. Read more...
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Helping Others

February 11, 2021

Internship helps alumna Katherine Leon land full-time job with National Alliance on Mental Illness. Read more...
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Inaugural Moment

January 25, 2021

Sport and recreation studies alumna Ariana Freeman soaks in opportunity to cover presidential inauguration for CBS Evening News. Read more...
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Stepping Up

January 14, 2021

Sport management alumna Callie Brownson rising to the challenge for Cleveland Browns’ coaching staff during playoff run. Read more...
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‘Proud moment’

December 2, 2020

Sport management alumna and Vanderbilt soccer coach impressed by student-athlete’s barrier-breaking opportunity for college football team. Read more...
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Breaking Barriers

November 30, 2020

Sport management grad and Cleveland Browns chief of staff Callie Brownson becomes first woman to coach a position group during an NFL game. Read more...