- July 25, 2022
Students in K–12 schools, while struggling with their academics, are suffering most in the areas of socioemotional development, according to George Mason University education experts.
- July 6, 2022
John Kotcher, research assistant professor at Mason’s Center for Climate Change Communication, says that emphasizing the health implications of climate change is one of best ways to engage the public to fight for better policies.
- June 21, 2022
Mason finance professor Derek Horstmeyer gives advice on the current bear market and what investors should expect.
- June 13, 2022
Foreign-born professional athletes in the United States can serve as agents of inclusiveness and equality at the intersection of sports, immigration and inclusion.
- June 6, 2022
Dr. Amira Roess shares some background on the disease, how globalization contributes to its spread, and the important role of public health in its containment and prevention.
- June 3, 2022
As more monkeypox infections are identified throughout the U.S. and the world, Dr. Amira Roess, an infectious disease expert, answers additional questions about monkeypox’s transmissibility, similarities to COVID-19, why it’s spreading now, and other questions the public is curious about.
- June 3, 2022
Existing health disparities are creating a bigger disadvantage for Black and low-income families and babies during the U.S. baby formula shortage.
- June 2, 2022
Intimate partner violence expert Denise Hines discusses the prevalence of bidirectional violence and other lesser known facts about intimate partner violence (IPV) in wake of a high-profile defamation trial.
- June 1, 2022
George Mason University’s Stephanie F. Dailey, an assistant professor of counseling in the College of Education and Human Development, recently discussed the importance of access to natural support systems and counseling after an incident of mass violence, such as a school shooting.
- May 20, 2022
With monkeypox cases on the rise in the United Kingdom and appearing in the U.S., epidemiologist and professor at George Mason University Amira Roess discusses monkeypox and the U.S.