Dr. Daniel Gartenberg, HFAC alum is working on tech that stimulates deep sleep, the most regenerative stage which (among other wonderful things) might help us consolidate our memories and form our personalities. Find out more about how playing sounds that mirror brain waves during this stage might lead to deeper sleep -- and its potential benefits on our health, memory and ability to learn.
The Chronicle of Higher Education spoke with a number of Mason students, including Kate Barton, a global affairs major, and Diamond Lanehart, a communication major, about their opinions on the Democrat candidates in the presidential race.
This May, the College of Humanities and Social Sciences plans to host three convocations - one each for its graduate students, undergraduate humanities and interdisciplinary programs students, and undergraduate social sciences students.
Alan Cheuse, professor of English at George Mason University and National Public Radio's voice of books, recently reviewed "That Deadman Dance," a new novel from Kim Scott about the historic first meetings of the aboriginal peoples of Australia and European settlers in the early 19th century.