A Science Magazine article on racialized anger bias towards Black children in prospective teachers cites a study co-authored by Pamela Garner, professor of childhood studies in the School of Integrative Studies.
The Office of the Provost has announced the recipients of its Curriculum Impact Grants for 2020-21. Of eighteen interdisciplinary projects submitted, three of those funded include CHSS faculty in their teams.
David Weisburd, criminology professor and executive director of the Center for Evidence Based Crime Policy, coauthors op-ed about two distinct measures of policing success: reducing crime and improving law enforcement's relationship with their communities.
This week, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced that it would discontinue visa exceptions for international students on F-1 visas who take all of their courses for the semester online. This decision could force hundreds of thousands of international students to leave the United States and threatens to interrupt the academic work of more than 3,000 students here at George Mason University.
Jaime Lester, the college's associate dean of faculty affairs and strategic initiatives, has co-authored a piece in Inside Higher Ed about the ways in which academic institutions can support all faculty members.
Center for Mason Legacies. University Travel Policy. Safe Return to Campus. University Master Plan. Stearns Center Online Professional Development Support. UNIV 391: COVID and Mason Impact. Thriving Together Well-Being Weekly. Morning Adventures with My Children. Fall for the Book Online Trivia Night.
University Libraries and the College of Humanities and Social Sciences are pleased to announce the newly established Center for Mason Legacies, dedicated to engaging student researchers in studying the past and present influences of the university’s namesake.
To support student safety during the COVID-19 pandemic, the college teamed with OSCAR to hold its twelfth annual Undergraduate Research Symposium virtually. We salute the creativity and hard work of all of our student participants!
A Wallet Hub article on the best and worst states for working fathers features a Q&A with Rebecca Thompson, faculty member in the Department of Psychology, about issues such as childcare, work/family balance, health, and family leave.