- August 30, 2023
Public Health PhD student research examines topics such as barriers to cervical cancer screening for those with disabilities and the impact of chemical exposure on premature births.
- From zoonoses to mental health interventions, MPH student’s interdisciplinary research at Mason leads to CDC FellowshipAugust 10, 2023
2023 MPH graduate Ryan Shelton simultaneously worked to address zoonotic diseases and the mental health crisis among health care workers, transforming his passion to help others into a position as an ORISE Fellow at the CDC
- College of Public Health researchers reveal how digital contact tracing applications can be utilized more effectivelyJune 20, 2023
Even though the COVID Public Health Emergency is over, PhD in epidemiology student Kevin Cevasco’s and his advisor, Amira Roess’ research on digital contact tracing has potential to influence policy improvement surrounding mobile health
- Conference draws faculty, students to Mason Square to share a vision for an inclusive, anti-racist futureOctober 26, 2022
George Mason University’s first Anti-Racism and Inclusive Excellence (ARIE) Conference on October 24 celebrated both the impact of research and the shared goal of shaping a more equitable future.
- Graduation Spotlight: Twin Sisters Uplift Communities with Public Health Awareness Through Nonprofit OrganizationsMay 26, 2022
Sisters Ashley and Briana Dawson have been helping others improve their health since they were in high school. As May 2022 graduates, they share highlights from their experience in the Bachelor of Community Health program, including opportunities that allowed them to help community members around the globe overcome health obstacles through nonprofit organizations.
- May 11, 2022
With encouragement of peers and professors, an undergraduate discovers a passion for research. Her passion turned into an award for her work.
- March 31, 2022
Fifteen Mason students will make presentations at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research, held virtually April 4-8.
- Mason receives NSF grant for Conservation Incentives and the Socio-Spatial Dynamics of Water SustainabilityDecember 9, 2021
Shima Mohebbi, assistant professor in the College of Engineering and Computing at George Mason University, together with researchers from universities across the country received a $1.6 million grant from NSF on Conservation Incentives and the Socio-Spatial Dynamics of Water Sustainability. Work during the project will include examining cooperative behavior among water users and developing water conservation incentives.
- October 15, 2021
Mason's DEVA project helps folks in Virginia breathe easier as research findings target air pollution sources and can shape clean air policies in the state.
- August 17, 2021
Nearly 100 Mason students presented the results of their summer multidisciplinary research and creative projects on Aug. 5-6 in a virtual celebration of student scholarship.