CHSS Research

CHSS Research

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CHSS Research

Faculty and staff in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences engage in research, analysis and creative work that address essential questions about our lives and our world. The college's range is wide, from traditional humanities such as English and philosophy to interdisciplinary social sciences such as bio-archaeology and neuroscience.  Particularly strong in interdisciplinary scholarship, the college addresses fundamental questions about human life and value in order to provide cutting-edge solutions to pressing social problems.

 

The CHSS Research team (see contacts in right sidebar) seeks to provide CHSS faculty and staff  with the support they need to be successful in their research and scholarship endeavors.

 

For a terrific overview of CHSS research, see the CHSS Research Council Presentation from October 2019.

 

Also visit Research Videos to learn more about research at Mason. Mason conducts high-level research in a variety of areas. See how studies are conducted, the discoveries we make, and the knowledge we bring to the world.

 

Upcoming Events

NEH Summer Stipends Workshop, June 23, 2020

On June 23, 2020, 10:30am on Zoom, The College of Humanities and Social Sciences Research Development team is hosting a Zoom event for faculty to learn more about the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Summer Stipends nomination process and to hear about the experiences of four CHSS faculty who have been funded through the program. (Please note that CHSS can nominate only two tenure/tenure-track faculty to submit applications. The restriction on application number does not apply to non-tenure track faculty or postdocs.)

See agenda for more information: NEH Summer Stipends Workshop Agenda

To register for this event, please RSVP to Brooke Gowl (bgowl@gmu.edu) by June 22, 2020.

 

Questions and comments regarding the CHSS Research website? Please contact Dr. Brooke Gowl, Associate Director of Research Development.