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Jan 23rd - MBA Preview Night

Learn more about the MBA program at George Mason University's School of Business.

Jan 23rd - MS in Accounting Preview Night

Learn more about the MSA program at George Mason University's School of Business.

Jan 30th - MS in Real Estate Development Virtual Information Session

Come learn more about the Mason MS in Real Estate Development program!

Jan 31st - Degree Planning Session

Come create your own plan towards graduation!

Feb 6th - The George Mason University CyberSecurity Innovation Forum

News Room

The Federal Government Shutdown: Free Programs for Federal and Government Contra...

Workshops for Federal Employees and Government Contractors
Impacted by the G [ ... ]

Doing the Impossible: MBA Alumna Leads Martin Agency as First Female CEO

“Society is shining a light on women leaders right now, and I am glad that I [ ... ]

Paying it Forward: Accounting Alumnus and Oil Company CEO Shares Good Fortune

Kevin Okyere, BS Accounting ’05 and CEO of Ghana’s Springfield Group, has al [ ... ]

George Mason University Center for Government Contracting Appoints Senior Fellow...

George Mason University Center for Government Contracting Appoints Senior Fellow [ ... ]

School of Business' Rosemary Brown Selected as Mason's Employee of the Month

Each month George Mason University selects one employee to be honored as Emplo [ ... ]

In the News

Government and Industry Efforts in Managing the Shutdown
January 17—Government Matters
Jerry McGinn, executive director of the Government Contracting Center, details how the public and private sectors are navigating the shutdown, and mitigating issues that could arise.

The Shutdown Response: What's Being Done to Help Furloughed Feds
January 16—Washington Business Journal
GMU’s School of Business plans to hold career skills workshops at its Arlington Campus on Jan. 18, 22 and 31, all free to furloughed workers and government contractor employees affected by the shutdown.

Double Whammy: High-Fee Mutual Funds Do Worse
January 4—Wall Street Journal
Derek Horstmeyer, an assistant professor of finance, looks at all actively managed mutual funds that trade in the U.S., comparing the average return of high-fee funds with the average return of low-fee funds.

Best ETF Strategies for Your Retirement Portfolio
January 3—Zacks Investment Research
The start of a new year is the perfect time to review your portfolio. Assistant Professor of Finance Derek Horstmeyer discusses retirement investing strategies.

GMU GovCon Center Adds New Fellows, Advisors
December 18—Washington Technology
George Mason University’s Center for Government Contracting has appointed three research fellows and eight new corporate members to its advisory board. Also appeared in ExecutiveBiz.