Psychology professor Todd Kashdan is noted in a Harvard Business Review article for the development of the skillset known as psychological flexibility, which is described as turning difficult emotions into greater focus and dedication.
Communicating the importance of your work in a clear and concise manner to wide audiences is an important skill that can increase the success of job searches, funding proposals, and professional networking. The Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) is designed to give students a chance to polish these skills as part of an energizing, fun, and challenging academic competition.
Don't miss the CHSS Community and Catalysts event on Thursday, November 18 at 7 p.m. Distinguished alumni, faculty, staff, and students will be recognized for their leadership, research, service, and contributions.
Mason’s psychology program is No. 23 nationally among public universities and No. 47 overall in the country. The program also saw a big improvement in its worldwide ranking, going from the 251-300 group to the 126-150 group.
George Mason University is ranked No. 3 nationally among public institutions and No. 7 overall for its online master’s programs, according to a new survey by OnlineU: 2021 Best Online Colleges & Degrees.
Dr. Robyn S. Mehlenbeck, the Director of the Center for Psychological services, has been elected by the board of directors and the council of representatives at the annual American Psychological Association Convention
“The Outstanding Achievement Awards is one way Mason recognizes and honors the exceptional contributions of faculty and staff, by supporting and showing appreciation for those who work tirelessly, lead by example and embrace Mason’s values,”