What is the impact of immigrants on the U.S. economy, education system, and business community? A new institute at George Mason University, launched in April 2012, seeks to answer that question and more.
The Center of Excellence in Neuroergonomics, Technology, and Cognition (CENTEC) and Colin Dueck, associate professor in the Department of Public and International Affairs, won the 16th annual Award for Scholarship.
Brian and Holly Gray recently started up a Baltimore coffee shop called CUPs Coffeehouse (Creating Unlimited Possibilities) in which the goal is to train area youth for work positions. Brian Gray earned a BA in '99 in psychology and an MS in '03 from the School of Conflict Analysis and Resolution.
Three students—Timothy Higashi, BS public administration '13; Amina Derbi, BA Global Affairs ’12; and Amy Busch, a second-year graduate student earning an MA in communication with a health communication focus— clearly embody the idea behind the Dean’s Challenge Award.
Dr. Kimberly Mehlman-Orozco, a 2012 graduate of the Criminology, Law and Society doctoral program at Mason, was recently quoted in USA Today about the need for evidence-based responses to the problem of human trafficking.