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2015 Alumni Giving Challenge

June 10, 2015

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Support from alumni like you plays a vital role in creating a high quality experience for our students, faculty, staff, and Mason community. Recipient of the 2015 Alumni Service Award, Michael Gallagher MBA ’94 has pledged to give $2,500 towards this goal. 2015 Challenge: 600 Alumni Donors Contributing $80,000 by June 30, 2015 Contributions to […]

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Marketing Prof Bequeaths Half Million to School of Business

May 7, 2015

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Former marketing professor Hale Tongren and his wife Sally have long been supporters of the School of Business. In 1986 they established the Tongren Marketing Endowed Scholarship, which is awarded annually to a top marketing major. Tongren passed away in 2009 followed by his wife in 2014. In another act of generosity, the Tongren’s bequeathed […]

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Dominion Gives $50,000 to Support Student Entrepreneurship at Mason

April 30, 2015

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The George Mason University School of Business Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship serves as a central hub for entrepreneurship education and innovation activity, providing space and mentorship for students across George Mason University. In its first year, the center’s Mason Innovation Lab has welcomed and supported numerous successful entrepreneurial ventures from a new beverage product […]

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Mentoring Beyond Graduation

April 23, 2015

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Faculty know they’ve made an impact on their students when they come back as alumni to contribute to their alma mater. For alumna Shauntae Barber, BS Marketing ’04, giving back to Mason means helping students pursue their career goals just as her professors did for her—as mentor and teacher. Her goal is to become an […]

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Volkswagen Pledges $250,000 to School of Business

April 10, 2015

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With a culture deeply rooted in corporate giving and community involvement, the Volkswagen Group of America understands that the future success of a community depends largely on the education of our young people today. Realizing the potential of the business students at George Mason University, the Volkswagen Group of America has recently pledged $250,000 to […]

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