In the News
On World Suicide Prevention Day, a traveling exhibit, Send Silence Packing, helped open a conversation about mental health on campus.
The Washington Times
The first half of 2014 was a prime example of how the familiar backdrop of sports can spur discussion on weighty societal issues, says Chris Elzey, a term assistant professor in the History and Art History Department and co-director of the Center for the Study of Sport and Leisure in Society.
Mason’s own parking expert Josh Cantor gives some car prep advice to college students.
Mason epidemiologist Kathryn H. Jacobsen of the Department of Global and Community Health talks about the resources needed to tackle the Ebola epidemic.
Kathryn H. Jacobsen, associate professor for epidemiology at the Department of Global and Community Health at George Mason University weighs in on the reason why many West Africans won’t get tested for the deadly Ebola virus.
Mason’s University Career Services director Christine Cruzvergara offers interviewing tips.