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Dr. Thalia Goldstein interviewed for Health Benefits of the Arts Podcast Education Series

Dr. Thalia Goldstein interviewed for Health Benefits of the Arts Podcast Education Series

Dr. Thalia Goldstein from George Mason University’s Applied Developmental Psychology Department has had years of experience examining the health benefits of the arts for children and students. Among some of the findings: students with arts in their curriculum have higher academic grades, better test scores, less absenteeism (which leads to decreased hunger), better social skills and more expertise in collaborative work than those students without the arts.

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Renewal of the Mason Arts Research Center

Renewal of the Mason Arts Research Center

The Mason Arts Research Center (MasonARC), an NEA Research Lab, is thrilled to announce the renewal of support from the National Endowment for the Arts for two more years of funding for research, conference, and public communication activities.

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