Wednesday, October 7, 2015
Are you enthusiastic about supporting a diverse group of undergraduate students involved in research, scholarship, and creative projects? Got great ideas about how to involve and support more students? Think of undergraduate research as a model high-impact practice? Flexible, well-organized, curious, detail-oriented, ethical, resourceful, and able to juggle multiple tasks?
Friday, September 11, 2015
The music you shake a tail feather to now could one day improve brain functions impaired by memory loss and dementia. The Department of Social Work at George Mason University, with the help of OSCAR's Federal Work Study program student Jose Aguimatang and others, has received a one-year, $44,949 grant from the Virginia Center on Aging to examine the effects of personalized music on the behavior and emotions of older adults.