- November 7, 2023
A Mason research team is developing a CropSmart Digital Twin to support farmers with increasing crop production and decreasing environmental footprint.
- June 13, 2023
College of Public Health students learn about the emerging field of equine assisted psychotherapy (EAP) in associate clinical professor Vicki Kirsch’s advanced Trauma and Recovery course.
- April 28, 2023
Whether it is pressing deadlines, overwork, or employees feeling they are not being supported, anger in a work environment can be unavoidable. Over time, the anger and frustration can compound, causing anger to spread through the entire team or organization, creating what George Mason University expert Mandy O’Neill calls a “culture of anger.”
- Mason and Fairfax County Police join forces for groundbreaking study on career trajectories of police officersApril 18, 2023
At a time when policing in the United States is facing major challenges, Mason’s Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy is beginning a first-of-its-kind multi-method longitudinal study of a cohort of police officers to understand how officers progress through their law enforcement careers.
- Nurses trained via virtual reality performed better than those trained by inpatient clinical trainingApril 13, 2023
This promising preliminary research comes from a new pilot study by Bethany Cieslowski, Associate Professor of Nursing in Mason’s College of Public Health.
- March 14, 2023
Mason’s Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media (RRCHNM), the Fairfax City’s Office of Historic Resources, and the Brandy Station Foundation recently received a $60,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, Office of Preservation and Access, to support their digital archive project.
- February 13, 2023
Researcher Elizabeth “Beth” Phillips is working with collaborators from labs around the country to answer these pressing questions about artificial intelligence and robotics in her role as the principal investigator of Mason's Applied Psychology and Autonomous System Lab.
- February 8, 2023
When Thalia Goldstein studies children in theater, she looks at the skills they’ve gained not only in acting, but in life. She’s aiming to help them develop a heightened sense of empathy as a result of the bonding and teamwork they experience during various theater exercises and activities.
- Mason interdisciplinary team receives $1.5 million grant from Department of Defense to research underwater explosionsDecember 12, 2022
A George Mason University interdisciplinary team is studying underwater explosions and their effects on civil engineering infrastructure with the support of a $1.5 million grant from Defense Threat Reduction Agency.
- December 6, 2022
A George Mason University team led by Alessandra Luchini and Lance Liotta has been named one of 10 Phase 1 winners of the LymeX Diagnostics Prize by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Steven and Alexandra Cohen Foundation.