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Upcoming Events

Jul 21st - Women in Business presents Power Networking for Women

Join the Women in Business Initiative for an evening of networking.

Sep 8th - School of Business Graduate Programs Preview Night

Learn more about George Mason University's graduate business degrees.

Oct 13th - The 11th Annual Business Celebration

Join us for the best party of the year...

Nov 10th - Assistive Technologies Conference and Showcase: Fostering Innovations for Special Needs

News Room

Childhood Dreams Become Reality for EMBA Alum

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Accounting Major Hopes to Bring Practical Income Solution to Non-Profits

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Visiting Scholar Attracted to Cybersecurity Opportunities

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Global Classrooms Connect Students Around the World

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In the News

Make It Great: Company Culture Tips From the Best Places to Work

June 23—Business.com
“An employee could only get high ratings if everyone else fails,” says Cindy Parker, management professor at George Mason University School of Business.

Are 99 percent of feds actually successful at their jobs?

June 14—Federal News Reserve
Cindy Parker, assistant professor of management, says results like this aren't surprising when generic rating systems are used.

Leading change and the CEO's role as chief explaining officer

June 6—Washington Technology
Management professor John Hillen discusses the CEO's role as Chief Explaining Officer in times of change.