- January 18, 2022
Promote the Vote: Positioning Social Workers for Action asserts that supporting political participation is integral to social work practice.
- September 22, 2021
A September 28 panel discussion takes on the timely topic of COVID-19’s impact on women and minorities in the workplace.
- August 26, 2021
Mengqi Li is a Master of Social Work student with a passion for social justice and advocating for the Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA) community. She was recently accepted into the Council on Social Work Education’s (CSWE) Minority Fellowship Program, with a mission to reduce health disparities for racially and ethnically diverse populations through cultural competency training. Additionally, Li accepted a new position at Mason’s Center for Culture, Equity, and Empowerment (CCEE) as a graduate assistant within the Student Engagement for Racial Justice team.
- July 14, 2021
Spencer Crew, A Robinson Professor of U.S. history at Mason and the first African American to lead a major Smithsonian museum, talks about the evolving role museums play in society, and how the Black community in the United States, and those who work with it, are trying to be the conscience of the nation.
- July 9, 2021
Students and faculty collaborated to create UNIV 381: Foundations for Building a Just Society, a three-credit class that fulfills two Mason Core requirements—global understanding and social/behavioral sciences—and is projected to evolve over time into a required course for all students.
- May 12, 2021
While online meetings often feel confining, for George Mason University students in INTS 304 Social Movements and Community Activism, the virtual environment actually opened doors for them.
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- October 13, 2020
The Carter School has partnered with Restorative Arlington, a new initiative aimed at incorporating restorative justice practices into Arlington County’s public schools, legal system and community.
- Tue, 02/11/2020 - 05:00