Todd Kashdan, faculty member in the Department of Psychology and senior scientist at the Center for the Advancement of Wellbeing, was quoted in an article on igniting interesting conversation on Business Insider UK's site.
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.
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.
The New American Voices Award highlights the recently published works of literary fiction or creative non-fiction from immigrant writers. It will be awarded for the first time at next year's Fall for the Book festival.
Noura Erakat, faculty member in the School of Integrative Studies, took part in a lecture at Virginia Commonwealth University that marked the centennial of the Balfour Declaration, the 1917 document by which the British government expressed its support for a Jewish homeland in Palestine.
Aiming to change the trajectory of tech innovation, the Milstein Program in Technology and Humanity “will provide not only a foundation for students to develop the technical, intellectual and organizational skills they need to drive progress in the digital age, but also a context and ethical framework that will equip them to shape society for the better.”
On October 9-11, the Resisting Borders no-travel virtual conference explored the ethical, legal, philosophical, and social issues associated with refugee and migrant health in a world of economic, geopolitical, and psychological borders.
Inside Higher Ed features an interview with author George Anders, whose book, 'You Can Do Anything: the Surprising Power of a "Useless" Liberal Arts Education,' uses data to counter pessimism about liberal arts majors' job prospects.