College of Education and Human Development - George Mason University
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CEHD Faculty Receive Six Research Grants from National Science Foundation

September 21, 2021

School of Education faculty receive more than $4 million in research funding from NSF. Read more...
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Breakthrough Biomarkers

July 15, 2021

Research from Kinesiology Professor Shane Caswell could spark development of a rapid, noninvasive, saliva-based test for concussion diagnosis and management. Read more...
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Tourism Recovery

May 4, 2021

Tourism and events management professor Min Park believes the tourism industry will rebound once the pandemic is under control. Read more...
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Impactful Research

April 8, 2021

Research led by Kinesiology professor Jatin Ambegaonkar provides insight into nutrition optimization in understudied ‘aesthetic athlete’ dancers. Read more...
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George Mason’s Parsons Contributes to Current Debate on How to Best Teach Children to Read

October 30, 2020

Literacy professor featured in Reading Research Quarterly special issue for research on science of reading . Read more...
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George Mason’s Hutchison Honored by International Literacy Association

October 16, 2020

Literacy professor receives 2020 Erwin Zolt Digital Literacy Game Changer Award. Read more...
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Oxford Bound

July 24, 2020

Science education professor Erin Peters-Burton will conduct a weeklong lecture series in November 2021 as the recipient of Astor Visiting Lectureship Award. Read more...
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Multidisciplinary Research

June 24, 2020

CEHD, College of Science professors team up for continuation of National Science Foundation grant on math modeling in schools. Read more...
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Dissecting Online Learning

June 17, 2020

Research of learning technologies associate professor Jered Borup mentioned in New York Times article on virtual classrooms Read more...
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Faculty Excellence

May 21, 2020

Transformative Teaching Associate Professor Jenice View honored with Earle C. Williams Presidential Medal for Faculty Excellence in Social Impact. Read more...