April 23, 2009

Profile of George Mason University Ombuds

Dolores Gomez-Moran is the subject of an article in GMU’s campus newspaper. She became the first Ombuds when Mason established the in 1999. Initially, the office handled only for academic issues. In 2007, Gomez-Mason’ responsibility was expanded to cover nonacademic issues as well. She compares her work to assembling a puzzle. “Sometimes I start the puzzle by doing the border first, and other times I have to start with the interior, but at the end, all the pieces have to click,” she said. Gomez-Moran has a master's degree in counseling psychology from Boston College and a bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of Oviedo in Spain. (Mason Gazette.)

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