- February 23, 2024
Rachel Wernicke has worked as an Army officer, psychologist, therapist, and coach. In 2019, she moved into her current role: associate dean and chief mental health officer at George Mason University.
- September 22, 2023
After attending university-wide Mason Chooses Kindness events at George Mason University, colleagues in the School of Business saw an opportunity to apply the same principles within their unit. This “goodwill team” highlights and encourages acts of kindness and well-being across the school.
- Wedi: Dean Melissa Perry talks about health and well-being. Perry starts at the 2 minute and 20-second markMay 19, 2023
Podcast Episode 103: Health and Well-Being for All – Dr. Melissa Perry, Dean, College of Public Health, George Mason University
- Mason’s Health and Public Safety Workforce Resiliency Training Program helps health care workers prioritize their mental healthMarch 13, 2023
Debora Goldberg, associate professor in Mason’s College of Public Health, leads the program made possible by a Health Resources and Services Administration cooperative agreement.
- Health Administration and Policy faculty appointed to two Virginia state-wide initiatives focused on well-being for health care professionalsMarch 13, 2023
Debora Goldberg, associate professor in Mason’s College of Public Health, is a leading expert on resiliency and well-being in the health care workforce.
- August 24, 2022
As Students Gear Up To Return To Classes This Fall At George Mason University, More Local And University Events Will Be Offered, Including Events Like The Art Of Mindfulness Summer Series Event, Which Took Place At The Van Metre Plaza At Mason Square In Arlington.
- October 24, 2022
Mason partners with TimelyMD to improve student health and well-being
- September 29, 2022
Participation in club sports is a significant factor in bringing in and maintaining students at George Mason University, and also contributes to higher graduation rates, a new study has found.
- April 12, 2022
George Mason University earned a silver-level designation from Exercise is Medicine-On Campus (EIM-OC) for its commitment to health and wellness.
- Department of Health Administration and Policy Awarded HRSA Cooperative Agreement to Create Health Workforce Resilience TrainingFebruary 22, 2022
The $2 million three-year cooperative agreement will create a Health and Public Safety Workforce Resiliency Training Program at Mason to support the mental health and well-being of the current health care workforce and preserve and enhance the psychological well-being of future health professionals.