As of August 11, 2021, George Mason University will require all individuals on our campus to wear masks indoors, including classrooms and laboratories, regardless of vaccination status. For more information, please see Mason’s updated mask policy.
Associate history professor Sam Lebovic has been awarded a prestigious and highly competitive Public Scholars Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Humanities. The award will enable him to complete work on a new book on the history of the Espionage Act.
Mason’s psychology program is No. 23 nationally among public universities and No. 47 overall in the country. The program also saw a big improvement in its worldwide ranking, going from the 251-300 group to the 126-150 group.
Dr. Robyn S. Mehlenbeck, the Director of the Center for Psychological services, has been elected by the board of directors and the council of representatives at the annual American Psychological Association Convention
This award recognizes individuals whose efforts exemplify the leadership and dedication of David W. Rossell, who retired from George Mason University in 2007 with over 20 years of loyal service. His devotion to the Mason community focused on leadership, teaching and fulfilling Mason’s mission.
In a video presented by China Global Television Network America, Kevin Matthews, faculty member in the Department of History and Art History, discusses the UK elections for prime minister as well as Brexit questions.
MTV News, in an article about activism burnout and its impact on gun violence survivors, cites a paper written on the subject by the School of Integrative Studies faculty members Cher Weixia Chen and Paul Gorski.
In an article in Columbia Journalism Review, Richard Craig, faculty member in the Department of Communication, argues that a diversity of perspective in newsrooms will result in a broader coverage of all groups.