- November 1, 2022
George Mason University's new interdisciplinary college will benefit the region and beyond by responding to the commonwealth’s public health and workforce needs.
- Teen Vogue: Dr. Amira Roess is quoted in an article about the status of the COVID pandemic among different racial, economic, and regional groupsSeptember 29, 2022
Is The Pandemic Over? Experts Say No
- Fox 5 DC (video): Dr. Lawrence Cheskin is interviewed about Mason research linking student dietary choices to potential health problemsOctober 1, 2022
Study: Health risks stem from college student's meals
- Building support for endometriosis, the invisible condition that will affect 1 in 10 biological femalesSeptember 30, 2022
After a diagnosis of stage 4 endometriosis, Mason doctoral student Julia Mandeville co-founded the organization Barbados Association of Endometriosis and PCOS to raise awareness, support, and research efforts for the condition.
- September 16, 2022
We can - and should - end hunger before 2030
- USA Today: HAP Emeritus Faculty member Len Nichols quoted in article on health care efforts that need improvementSeptember 20, 2022
The U.S. pours money into health care, then holds back on social services that can improve health
- South Florida Reporter: Dr. Sapna Batheja comments on the limitations of research in an article on the weight loss method of front-loading caloriesSeptember 12, 2022
Why Front-Loading Calories May Not Help You Lose Weight
- Mason now a top 10 public university for diversity, innovation, and cybersecurity education, U.S. News rankings showSeptember 12, 2022
George Mason University is among the top 10 most diverse and innovative public universities in the country, as well as top 10 in undergraduate cybersecurity, according to U.S. News & World Report’s “2023 Best Colleges List” rankings.
- Fierce Healthcare: Affiliate faculty member Peter Kongstvedt is quoted in an article on COVID-19 vaccine coverage questions for insurersSeptember 8, 2022
COVID vaccine coverage questions abound for health insurers
- September 6, 2022
Terri Ann Guingab, an instructional designer in the College of Health and Human Services, is September Employee of the Month.