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Innovation through Interdisciplinarity

Innovation through Interdisciplinarity

The provost’s multidisciplinary research initiative, now in its second year, gives interdisciplinary teams from Mason faculty, staff, students, and/or community partners an opportunity to showcase their creativity as they respond to important challenges facing the region, nation, or world.

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Promoting Advancement In and Out of the Classroom

Promoting Advancement In and Out of the Classroom

Eden King’s research and teaching ideology are both rooted in a similar goal—advancing the careers of others. Having experienced the positive effect of a strong mentor herself, King says she always teaches with the intention to provide the best mentoring she can in order to elevate her students’ research and ideas.

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New Programs in Forensic Pyschology

New Programs in Forensic Pyschology

Forensic psychology is where the science of the mind meets criminal justice. This aptly describes the new forensic psychology minor and concentrations being offered at George Mason University in fall 2016.

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Guardian Website: Kashdan Regards "Rage Rooms"

Guardian Website: Kashdan Regards "Rage Rooms"

Todd Kashdan, faculty member in the Department of Psychology and senior scientist with the Center for the Advancement of Well-Being, speaks about channeling anger in a Guardian article about “rage rooms,” where clients pay to vent anger and frustration through demolition.

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