Sociology doctoral student Carrie Hutnick has received the 2018 Spirit of King Faculty Award for her work as an instructor with Mason's Social Action and Integrative Learning program. She is among several CHSS students, alumni, and faculty members recognized.
Well-being is more than just a concept – it’s a way of living. At Mason, we aim to thrive together. A vital part of that is inspiring each other. Have you screwed up? We all do sometimes. Tell us your rebound resilience story. Do you enjoy a certain well-being practice? Let us know.
The Institute for Immigration Research is proud to introduce Making a Mark, Making Places, a three-part podcast that tells the stories of six immigrant artists in the United States. Learn how their work reflects a truly American experience.
As the presidential administration stresses the importance of merit-based immigration, James Witte, director of the Institute for Immigration Research, explains that the United States has an immigration system that is already based upon a combination of merit and family considerations
Creative Aging features artwork from the Phillips’s ongoing partnership with Iona Senior Services, a nonprofit organization that provides support for the Washington, DC, area’s older adults, along with their families and caregivers.
The New American Voices Award highlights the recently published works of literary fiction or creative non-fiction from immigrant writers. It will be awarded for the first time at next year's Fall for the Book festival.
The rate of arrests in areas of Virginia with large immigrant populations is far lower than in communities with predominantly U.S.-born residents, a report released Friday by George Mason University shows.
We know Houston is struggling to get back on its feet after Hurricane Harvey. It is a particularly tough time for its immigrant population, who make up approximately 23 percent of the population in the Houston-Woodlands-Sugar Land Metropolitan Area.