George Mason University President Makes Case For FBI Headquarters In Springfield

As the Commonwealth’s largest producer of college graduates, GMU welcomes everyone, and is the nation’s seventh most diverse public university. (© klenger – stock.adobe.com)As Virginia and Maryland make their final pitches about why they should be the home of the next FBI headquarters, George Mason University’s president offered his opinion in the Washington Business Journal. Skinn was an assistant under Kevin Willard, the coach at Maryland, both there datingdirect com and when Willard was the head man at Seton Hall. Including GMU, Virginia is home to five of the top public research universities. GMU, according to Washington, operates three campuses minutes from Springfield. Virginia offers practical advantages for FBI employees, which would also make taxpayers happy such as the land already being owned by the GSA, near to many FBI employee homes, in a diverse and affordable community, and near transit offerings.

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Springfield is also close to the FBI’s training academy at Quantico Marine Corps Base. Help with law school personal statements, application requirements, and admissions chances.

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“Without a doubt, the new FBI headquarters would bring great benefit to Northern Virginia. By embedding the FBI in Springfield, it would immerse itself in a majority-minority community where Latinos and Black and African Americans combine to make up the largest cohort. Seventeen languages in addition to English are spoken there, from Spanish to Korean to Arabic to French Creole. A federal agency in search of a more diverse and inclusive future can hardly find a more attractive host region, and the economic impact would benefit a host of historically underrepresented communities,” Washington said. GMU’s cybersecurity program is ranked ninth in the world, first in Maryland and Virginia for college students. The university also has programs in homeland security, criminology and international policy.

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Skinn, 40, like English, was hired at Mason without having had head coaching experience at the college level. The school named Tony Skinn, most recently an assistant at Maryland, to replace Kim English, who left the program last week to take the head job at Providence. Rebecca J. Barnabi is the national editor of Augusta Free Press. A graduate of the University of Mary Washington, she began her journalism career at The Fredericksburg Free-Lance Star. Her background in newspapers includes writing about features, local government, education and the arts.