- November 19, 2023
The Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution remembers Eleanor Rosalynn Carter, 96, former first lady, as an agent of peace, champion of human rights and advocate of mental health research. We send our deepest condolences to former President Jimmy Carter and their family.
- November 13, 2023
Melissa Perry, dean of Mason’s College of Public Health, is an ardent proponent of virtual reality as a tool to help solve the nation’s health challenges. But she also worries that technology has helped create an “epidemic of loneliness” that has heightened the importance of a shared humanity and “being present for each other.”
- October 30, 2023
On Friday, Oct. 27, Mason’s College of Humanities and Social Sciences and Department of Psychology hosted a grand opening of its new facility for the Center for Community Mental Health and Center for Evidence-Based Behavioral Health, two centers whose research and community services are deeply connected to strengthening our communities.
- October 30, 2023
Interim Provost Ken Walsh and University Life Vice President Rose Pascarell introduce two important resources that will help the Mason community use the “right words” to discuss mental health and mental illness, and stress the importance of student accommodations.
- June 21, 2023
Federal funding for five Mason projects promises to extend far-reaching benefits to the commonwealth and beyond.
- 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.
- June 8, 2023
Ashanti Mumin joined George Mason University Police and Public Safety in February 2022. He worked for the Fairfax County Sheriff’s Office for four years and has a background in responding to mental health crises.
- December 8, 2022
The grants will help Mason expand mental services available to students
- October 24, 2022
Mason partners with TimelyMD to improve student health and well-being
- September 23, 2022
With a new National Institute of Mental Health grant, professor Rima Nakkash and other United States and Lebanon researchers will study whether engaging young adults as community mental health workers in humanitarian settings helps not only to support those communities in crisis, but protects the well-being of the young workers as well.