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  • Grimm, Stephanie; Kardambikis, Christopher; Moon, Becca (Fenwick Gallery, George Mason University Library, 2017-08)
    “Process Logs” highlights five Navigation Press artists and their completed prints, as well as the often-invisible practices behind the finished work. The exhibition also introduces the many behind-the-scenes printmaking ...
  • Navab, Nasrin; Navab, Nahid; Moon, Becca (Fenwick Gallery, George Mason University Libraries, 2017-02)
    Sisters Nahid and Nasrin Navab are two DC-based Iranian-American artists. They express their love for literature, art, freedom of expression and social justice through the creation of Flying Words, a collection of drawings, ...
  • Moon, Becca; Vay, Robert (Mason Publishing, George Mason University Libraries, 2017-05)
    British dramatist W. S. Gilbert and composer Arthur Sullivan were perhaps the most popular and influential collaboration in the history of musical theatre. Their famous comic operas — including H.M.S. Pinafore, The Pirates ...
  • Smith, Anne; Whipkey, Nikki Burgnoli; Mack, M; Martínez, Marcos; Moon, Becca (Fenwick Gallery, George Mason University Libraries, 2016-10)
    The theme for Call & Response 2016 is CURRENTS, in conversation with the College of Visual and Performing Art’s 100th Meridian Project, an interdisciplinary multimedia arts and science project investigating drought and the ...
  • Moon, Becca; Stevens, Jen; Coniglio, Jamie (Fenwick Gallery, George Mason University Libraries, 2016-09)
    A long standing mission of the library is to gather and preserve information, artifacts, and data in order to make them available for future use. The contemporary library, however, must be more than just a repository. Due ...
  • End Cycle 
    Kardambikis, Christopher; Moon, Becca (Fenwick Gallery, George Mason University Libraries, 2016-11)
    A collection of books as travelogue. Books as time capsules that reveal how images are built and rebuilt. Books that contain multiple spaces, all folded up and overlapping and spilling out. END CYCLE is a show of 23 books ...
  • Grotophorst, Clyde (2014-01-09)
    These are the slides of a presentation delivered to the University Academic Council during January, 2014. The purpose of the presentation was to explain the library's vision and rationale for the Mason Publishing Program ...
  • Holland, Claudia; Adams, Tina (2012-03)
    Instructors teaching distance education courses often want to use proprietary video content to convey and illustrate concepts in support of student learning. George Mason University librarians developed internal guidelines ...
  • Griesinger, Peggy; Peltzman, Shira; Blumenthal, Karl-Rainer; Steeves, Vicky; Kim, Julia (iPRES, 2016-10-03)
    Digital stewardship is the active and long-term management of digital objects towards their preservation for and unencumbered access by future generations. Although the field is rapidly maturing, it still lacks a comprehensive ...
  • Caswell, Shane V.; Ausborn, Ashley; Guoqing, Diao; Johnson, David C.; Johnson, Timothy S.; Atkins, Rickie; Ambegaonkar, Jatin P.; Cortes, Nelson (Sage, 2016-08-18)
    Background: Prior research has described the anthropometric and physical performance characteristics of professional, collegiate, and high school American football players. Yet, little research has described these factors ...
  • Radzikowski, Jacek; Stefanidis, Anthony; Jacobsen, Kathryn; Croitoru, Arie; Crooks, Andrew; Delamater, Paul L. (JMIR Publications, 2016-04-01)
    Background: The emergence of social media is providing an alternative avenue for information exchange and opinion formation on health-related issues. Collective discourse in such media leads to the formation of a complex ...
  • Al Jewari, Mahdi F. H.; Koblentz, Gregory D. (Frontiers, 2016-02-26)
    Since 2004, the Republic of Iraq has undertaken a concerted effort to comply with all of its international obligations to prevent the proliferation and the use of chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) ...
  • Gewa, Constance A.; Chepkemboi, Joan (BioMed Central, 2016-03-09)
    Background Despite the importance of multiple psychosocial factors on nutrition-related behavior, very few studies have explored beyond the role of mothers’ knowledge and perception of child-focused outcomes on the duration ...
  • Perkins, David R.; Debbage, Keith G. (Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute, 2016-03-14)
    Weather events have the potential to greatly impact business operations and profitability, especially in outdoor-oriented economic sectors such as Tourism, Recreation, and Leisure (TRL). Although a substantive body of work ...
  • Jenkins, Andrew; Croitoru, Arie; Crooks, Andrew T.; Stefanidis, Anthony (Public Library of Science, 2016-04-06)
    Place can be generally defined as a location that has been assigned meaning through human experience, and as such it is of multidisciplinary scientific interest. Up to this point place has been studied primarily within the ...
  • Propst, Crystal N.; Pylypko, Stephanie L.; Blower, Ryan J.; Ahmad, Saira; Mansoor, Mohammad; van Hoek, Monique L. (Frontiers, 2016-05-24)
    Francisella (F.) philomiragia is a Gram-negative bacterium with a preference for brackish environments that has been implicated in causing bacterial infections in near-drowning victims. The purpose of this study was to ...
  • Parsons, E. C. M.; Wright, Andrew J. (Frontiers, 2015-06-04)
    The terms “good science,” “bad science,” and especially “sound science” are frequently used in the policy arena. Most often, this is so parties with interests (usually economic) in the outcome of a political decision can ...
  • Sattler, David N.; McKnight, Patrick E.; Naney, Linda; Mathis, Randy (Public Library of Science, 2015-06-15)
    This study developed and evaluated a brief training program for grant reviewers that aimed to increase inter-rater reliability, rating scale knowledge, and effort to read the grant review criteria. Enhancing reviewer ...
  • Xia, Jizhe; Curtin, Kevin M.; Li, Weihong; Zhao, Yonglong (Public Library of Science, 2015-06-30)
    Carpooling is an effective means of reducing traffic. A carpool team shares a vehicle for their commute, which reduces the number of vehicles on the road during rush hour periods. Carpooling is officially sanctioned by ...
  • Parsons, E. C. M.; DellaSala, D. A.; Wright, A. J. (Frontiers, 2015-11-27)
    The use of science in policy-making has declined dramatically around the world. One of the most obvious examples of scientific neglect is the refusal of many U.S. politicians to accept anthropogenic climate change despite ...

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