Nursing Alum Daniel Ampomah Talks About Importance of Mentors
Daniel Ampomah, a three-time Mason alum (BSN '99, MSN '03, PhD '09), talked with Nursing Notes Live about the importance of mentoring and nurses giving back to their community. Listen to his interview.
GCH Alum Authors Three Studies on Malaria, One on Hygiene and Mental Health
Shamika Ranasinghe, a 2014 graduate with an MS in global health, has published four first-authored journal articles this year, all based on research she performed while a Mason student. Read more about her research.
Mason MSW Grad Fulfills Goal of Serving Country and Others
2LT Anne Marie Ward has always known that she wanted to serve others and her country, and her experiences at George Mason and in CHHS helped her reach that goal. Read more about Ward's experience.
Paying It Forward: Alumna’s Gift Leads the Way to New Facility
February 6, 2015 - Bette Burch, BSN ’80, has been committed to see students succeed in the profession she loves. Her latest gift—$100,000 to Academic VII, George Mason University’s new home for the College of Health and Human Services—ensures future nurses will receive their education in a world-class research and instructional facility. Read more.
40th Anniversary Scholarship Now Accepting Applications
November 7, 2014 - The 40th Anniversary Scholarship benefits undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in Mason’s School of Nursing, who have been active within the Mason and the School of Nursing. The student can be in-state or out-of-state, and the grade point average requirement is a 3.0.
All School of Nursing students interested please apply. The deadline for the award is Friday, December 5, 2014. Applications must be received by 5:00pm on Friday, December 12, 2014. Apply today.
Gerontology Scholarships Now Accepting Applications
October 21, 2014 - Applications are now being accepted for the Herman B. Brotman Endowed Scholarship and the Mitchell J. Czoch Endowed Scholarship. Both funds benefit undergraduate or graduate students interested in working with older adults, caregivers, and family members. Learn more.
Girl Uses own Troubled Childhood to Help At-risk Youth
July 16, 2014 - Cordelia Cranshaw, BSW '14, is featured in this article and video in USA Today. Read the article
First School of Nursing Graduates Reflect on How Mason Made the Difference
June 18, 2014 - As George Mason University’s School of Nursing celebrates its 40th anniversary this year, some of its first graduates are recalling the path that brought them to George Mason, and how they’ve succeeded since. Read more.
Amy Loudermilk, MSW '07 Named 2014 Distinguished Alumni of the Year
May 6, 2014 - Amy Loudermilk, MSW '07, has been named the 2014 Distinguished Alumni of the Year. Read more about Amy.
Nursing Alum Receives National American Nurses Association Award
April 23, 2014 - Vernell DeWitty, PhD '07, was awarded the American Nurses Association Award for Outstanding Contribution. .
Match Made at Mason Hall: Mason Nursing Alumni and Students Network on Curriculum and Careers
April 17, 2014 - CHHS Dean Thomas Prohaska welcomed 16 career nursing alumni and three dozen soon-to-be nursing graduates for lively exchanges on education and career possibilities. The program was developed by the CHHS Alumni Chapter Board to provide alumni the opportunity to network with fellow alumni and to share their knowledge with Mason students. Learn more.
Recognizing Mason's Scholarship Donors
April 7, 2014 - The annual GMU scholarship donor recognition dinner allows the university community to thank donors and give them an opportunity to hear firsthand how their generosity has helped students.
Nursing student Jasmine Barnes was this year's recipient of the Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation scholarship. Social Work student Cordelia Cranshaw was the recipient of the Dr. Hughes Social Work Endowment Scholarship.
Read more at Mason News. Video coverage also available.