Allocation of hospital resources during a global pandemic involves considerations of fairness, public understanding, and patient solidarity, suggests Lisa Eckenwiler, faculty member in the Department of Philosophy.
On Equal Pay Day, Angela Hattery, professor and director, Women and Gender Studies, and Shannon Davis, Faculty Senate Chair, professor and director of graduate student programs in sociology, comment on the implications of pay disparity.
National Public Radio's article on avoiding economic meltdown in the face of a viral pandemic solicited advice from five top economists, including Tyler Cowen, economics professor and director of the Center for Study of Public Choice.
Mounir Alafrangy, BA History '10, is no stranger work in an isolated environment, after a forty-five-day experiment as an analog astronaut with NASA's Human Exploration Research Analog Mission XX. His experience informs anyone working remotely. Photo courtesy of NASA.
As George Mason University prepared to move to virtual learning, CHSS faculty members participated in a WebEx panel to share best practices on working in an online environment. Learn more, and find links to further resources.
Melissa Broeckelman-Post, faculty member in the Department of Communication and a senior scholar in the Center for the Advancement of Well-Being, presents important tips for student success in an online environment.