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Mason Students Present at the International Neuroethics Society

Mason Students Present at the International Neuroethics Society

The students involved come from a variety of disciplines, including philosophy, psychology, and neuroscience, and have been working with faculty mentors Dr. Andrew Peterson, Dr. Lisa Eckenwiler and Dr. Jesse Kirkpatrick, from the Department of Philosophy and the Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy.

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Share Your Story

Share Your Story

Well-being is more than just a concept – it’s a way of living. At George Mason University, we aim to thrive together as a well-being university community. We want to know how you’re doing on your human journey toward greater well-being. Thanks for sharing your story with our community through this form!

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New York Times: Six Myths About Choosing a Major

New York Times: Six Myths About Choosing a Major

The New York Times discusses six student missteps in the selection of majors, such as choosing them too soon, believing that STEM fields are sure paths to lucrative careers, and negating the employability of liberal arts majors. This is a clear explanation of the many considerations that should go into a successful university career.

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A Daughter's Tribute

A Daughter's Tribute

Sharon M. Deane, MA History '10, is part of a team that is racing against time to make sure that the United States honors and personally thanks as many as possible of the nearly nine million Americans who served as part of the nation’s effort during the Vietnam War. 

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Providing Care in Humanitarian Crises

Providing Care in Humanitarian Crises

On November 14, at Mason's Arlington campus, philosophy professor Lisa Eckenwiler and the Global Health Fellows will host a panel on the ethical issues facing health workers and policy makers in the field of humanitarian health ethics.

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