- Mason professor leads grant with University of Florida on a tobacco cessation implementation in LebanonFebruary 28, 2023
Rima Nakkash, professor in George Mason University's College of Public Health, and University of Florida colleague Ramzi Salloum lead a five-year grant from the National Cancer Institute to compare the effectiveness of evidence-based tobacco treatment interventions in Lebanon.
- October 25, 2022
Associate Professor of Global and Community Health Michael Bloom’s work with international scholars is a testament to Mason’s position as global research university
- Wed, 08/31/2022 - 12:25
Dr. Dongqing Wang is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Global and Community Health. Wang’s research focuses on the nutritional determinants of maternal, child, and adolescent health in low- and middle-income countries.
- August 5, 2022
The Mason Public Health Mentor Program pilot aims to support graduating Global and Community Health (GCH) graduate students by pairing them with GCH alumni mentors, who provide professional guidance and career advice in the public health field.
- Mason Alumna Joni Brady (DNP, '15) Incorporates Multicultural Viewpoints to Advance Nursing Practice, Uplift Future NursesOctober 29, 2021
Mason alumna Joni Brady (DNP, '15) reflects on how her time at Mason further prepared her for a career in nursing leadership. As the Chair of the International Collaboration of PeriAnesthesia Nurses, Brady incorporates multicultural insights she gained through years of living abroad and the skills she learned at Mason to advance the nursing practice of perianesthesia for nurses across the world.
- August 18, 2021
Thanks to the generosity of Michael von Fricken, professor of Global and Community Health, the One Health Scholarship will provide a selected graduate student with funding and/or support to pursue a research project relating to the One Health initiative.
- Jhumka Gupta Receives Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Evidence for Action Grant to Study Intimate Partner Violence in Forcibly Displaced PopulationsJune 7, 2021
George Mason and the International Rescue Committee (IRC) awarded grant to help foster social empowerment and gender equity among forcibly displaced populations (FDPs).
- Sat, 03/13/2021 - 10:03
As we mark the one-year milestone of the COVID-19 pandemic, the College of Health and Human Services has published a special report capturing the many ways in which College faculty, staff, and students rose to the occasion over the past year. Learn more about the College’s contributions in Academics and Instruction, University Response and Service, Community Response and Practice, and Research.
Thank you to everyone in the College for their dedication and service over the past year. It is nearly impossible to convey the full impact your work has had on our students, the University, and our community.
- Accurate labels like ‘aerosol’ or ‘chemicals’ increase perceived risks of e-cigarette use in college studentsTue, 09/15/2020 - 08:31
Study from George Mason reveals that accurately labeling e-cigarette emissions as ‘chemicals’ or ‘aerosols’ rather than ‘vapor’ increases the perceived risk of exposure. Higher perceived risk is linked to stronger support for smoke-free campus policies.