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Upcoming Events

Apr 23rd - MBA Virtual Information Session

Join us for an online information session!

Apr 24th - Northern Virginia Apartment Summit: Apartments in an Experience Economy

Northern Virginia Apartment Summit: Apartments in an Experience Economy

Apr 25th - Poster Competition for Students about Energy or China's Belt & Road

Apr 25th - 3rd Annual Mason Energy Symposium Explores China's Belt And Road Initiative

Apr 30th - 2nd 2019 George Mason University CyberSecurity Innovation Forum

May 8th - MS in Management Information Kiosk

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

May 10th - Engaging and Succeeding in Negotiations

Gathering of fascinating, curious people who enjoy learning and who love sharing what they do.

News Room

Business for a Better World Initiative Selected for 2019 AACSB ‘Innovations th...

The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) selected Geo [ ... ]

More Than 80 Percent of Mason School of Business Graduates Secure Jobs After Gra...

The number of George Mason University undergraduates who either found jobs or co [ ... ]

Finance Major Gets a Hole in One Internship with PGA Tour

Abiral Pandey is not a golfer, in fact he is the treasurer of George Mason Uni [ ... ]

Accounting Professor Awarded Virginia’s Highest Honor for Faculty

Jill Mitchell, adjunct professor of accounting at George Mason University Scho [ ... ]

School of Business’ Patriot Pollinator Coalition Builds Buzz

A training ground for potential future business owners and an incubator for ne [ ... ]

MBA Students Build Community Gardens during Global Residency in Chile

Nineteen MBA students pushed beyond the boardroom during this year’s global  [ ... ]

In the News

Green Grows the Land: Valley View Farm Poised for Second Century of Successful Stewardship
April 19—Fauquier Times
A partnership between the School of Business' Honey Bee Initiative and Valley View Farm will release up to a half a million honey beens to support ten hives.

Beekeeping, a Path to Empowerment for Rural Colombian Women
April 19—Latin American Herald Tribune
Women have traditionally been in charge of the bees without stingers, however, the School of Business' Honey Bee Initiative discards that stereotype.

Managing Burnout
April 15—Harvard Business Review
Mandy O’Neill, an associate professor of management, explains the causes, symptoms, and repercussions of burnout. She suggests several antidotes and ways to protect yourself from experiencing it in the first place.

Google Home User Data Can Be Seen on Shared WiFi Networks
April 6—voicebot.ai
Assistant Professor Belal Abdelfatta discovers security risk in using Google Home on shared networks.

How Sustainable And Impact Investing Can Increase Investor Resilience And Decrease The Performance Gap
April 4—Financial Advisor
Assistant Professor of Finance Derek Horstmeyer assisted Jina Penn-Tracy, co-founder of Centered Wealth in Minneapolis, with her study on sustainable and impact investing.