Accolades

Dr. Keith Renshaw wins the David W. Rossell Quill Award

Dr. Keith Renshaw wins the David W. Rossell Quill Award

This award recognizes individuals whose efforts exemplify the leadership and dedication of David W. Rossell, who retired from George Mason University in 2007 with over 20 years of loyal service. His devotion to the Mason community focused on leadership, teaching and fulfilling Mason’s mission.

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Dr. Thalia Goldstein Named the Society for Research in Child Development 2019-2020 Scholar-in-Residence

Dr. Thalia Goldstein Named the Society for Research in Child Development 2019-2020 Scholar-in-Residence

The Scholar-in-Residence program, launched in 2018, is designed to provide researchers time and space in SRCD’s Washington, D.C. office while on academic leave or sabbatical to complete a project, all the while exploring the Society and local scholarly, policy, or government connections. Scholars-in-residence receive funds to supplement existing sabbatical/leave support during their period of residence.

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Dr. Justin Ramsdell is the Recipient of the 2019 University Teaching Excellence Award

Dr. Justin Ramsdell is the Recipient of the 2019 University Teaching Excellence Award

Outstanding teaching is an integral part of Mason’s mission and is deserving of significant recognition. The Teaching Excellence Awards are both institutional recognition and a monetary acknowledgment of the significant work that faculty members devote to course planning and preparation; curriculum development; and innovative teaching, advising, and undergraduate and graduate mentoring.

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Dr. Christianne Esposito-Smythers Awarded the Earle C. Williams Presidential Medal for Excellence in Social Impact

Dr. Christianne Esposito-Smythers Awarded the Earle C. Williams Presidential Medal for Excellence in Social Impact

George Mason University aspires to be the best university for the world. As an institution, it is fully engaged with its community and acts as a catalyst for economic and cultural vitality. The Williams Medal is presented to a faculty member whose commitment to community service improves the quality of life in our region or around the world and serves as a model to the entire Mason community.

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