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The College of Health and Human Services is Awarded Seed Funding Grants for Two Urgent COVID-19 Studies

The College of Health and Human Services is Awarded Seed Funding Grants for Two Urgent COVID-19 Studies

CHHS faculty Drs. Amira Roess (Global and Community Health), Allison Evan Cuellar (Health Administration and Policy), and Lawrence Cheskin (Nutrition and Food Studies; Global and Community Health) with fellow Mason faculty Drs. Jerome Short (Psychology), Virginia Espina (Center for Applied Proteomics and Molecular Medicine), and Lance Liotta (Center for Applied Proteomics and Molecular Medicine) have received $35,000 for their study titled “How will COVID-19 affect the future of young American adults?

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CHSS Congratulates 2020 Graduates!

CHSS Congratulates 2020 Graduates!

The College of Humanities and Social Sciences celebrates its graduates in the Class of 2020 with a message from Dean Ann Ardis, a musical tribute from the Green Machine, and more.

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Today is Blursday: How Lockdown Warps Time

Today is Blursday: How Lockdown Warps Time

“The general idea is that people take certain events during the week that are cyclical, and they anchor themselves to it, and the farther you get out from that anchor, the harder it is to tell when it is,” says Martin Wiener, PhD, an assistant professor of cognitive and behavioral neuroscience at George Mason University in Fairfax, VA.

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