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George Mason UniversitySchool of Business

Upcoming Events

Feb 20th - MS in Management Information Kiosk

Join School of Business staff to learn more about the MS in Management degree!

Feb 26th - MS in Management Information Kiosk

Join School of Business staff to learn more about the MS in Management degree!

Feb 26th - Patriot Venture Fund Initiative

Student venture fund and investment group

Feb 27th - Ask the Professionals: Management

Feb 28th - GMU Visiting Filmmakers Series Presents: The Unafraid

Documentary screening and discussion with co-director Heather Courtney

Mar 4th - Ask the Professionals: Finance

Mar 5th - MBA Preview Night

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

News Room

School of Business’ Meggan Ford Awarded Fulbright

Meggan Ford, assistant dean for undergraduate academic affairs at George Mason [ ... ]

Mason’s GovCon Center Speaks Out Against Government Shutdowns

“We can’t hold the business of government and the companies that support the [ ... ]

Love at Mason for Accounting Alum

Twenty-six years together and three children later, Scott and Ellen Weeren have  [ ... ]

Student Managed Investment Fund Awarded Mason’s First MPact Designation

George Mason University School of Business has been awarded the first MPact de [ ... ]

Real Food for Kids: Alumna Co-founds Nonprofit for Healthier School Lunches

Jocelyn Hsu, MBA ’93 and Prominent Patriot, knew something had to change in Fa [ ... ]

Diversifying Your Education: Mason Student Pursues Multiple Degrees

Two bachelor’s degrees, three majors, four internships, and a pending master [ ... ]

In the News

Enlightenment-backed EverWatch Names John Hillen CEO
February 6—Washington Technology
John Hillen, chairman of the board of advisers for the Center for Government Contracting and former Executive in Residence, has been named CEO of the national security IT company EverWatch.
Also appeared in the Washington Business Journal

Can the Shutdown Lead to Better Government?
January 22—Washington Technology
Jerry McGinn, executive director of the Government Contracting Center, and Professor of Practice and Executive in Residence John Hillen discuss how the government shutdown can ensure better government and business operations for the future.

Schools Try to Explain Shutdown to Students — and Hire Furloughed Workers
January 21—The Washington Post
The School of Business is hosting free in-person and online career skills workshops for those affected by the government shutdown. Dean Maury Peiperl explains how these sessions are a way for the school to offer a small measure of support.

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.