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Mason Librarian / Nature Photographer Captures Stunning Images Along The EDGE’s Piedmont Trail


University Unwrapped – Photographer Ansel Adams is quoted as saying, “Photography is more than a medium for factual communication of ideas. It is a creative art.” That statement certainly captures the feeling around The EDGE office when we saw these amazing photographs taken along our Piedmont Trail by Victoria Martin, … Read the rest

Challenge Course Update: Fall 2012


Facilities Update by Dan the Bearded Builder – It’s been a little while since we posted a facilities update.  Too long!  I guess that’s the downside of working outside on the course with limited wi-fi access and my hands filled with tools rather than a computer (well, not really much … Read the rest

Mason Student Conducts Environmental Research Study at The EDGE


It’s amazing to see who and what are attracted to our tranquil setting nestled among 10-acres of forest, wetland, and meadows.  We expect to see our Challenge Course bustling with teams engaged in experiential learning.  The Piedmont Trail attracts many regular walkers and joggers.  But, this year, we attracted a … Read the rest

44th Annual PDK/Gallup Poll shows a nation divided over public education issues


We don’t normally get involved in political issues, here at The EDGE, but, we did think some of our educator friends might find this new study on current national opinion on public education interesting.… Read the rest

Mason Nation Representation in the World of Sports


Like everyone around the world watching the Olympics, much of our attention has been focused on the sports world lately.  Perhaps nowhere is organizational effectiveness and teamwork more obviously on display and directly measurable, than in sports.  With that in mind, we wanted to pass along some recent stories that … Read the rest

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