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George Mason Named One of the Top Universities in the Next Generation of Entrepreneurs

February 12, 2015

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George Mason University While much younger than AU and Georgetown, George Mason has made a point of stressing the importance of entrepreneurship, with Director of Innovation and Entrepreneurship David Miller among the faculty leading the charge. The growth of programming, curriculum and resources at George Mason for entrepreneurs and innovators continues to grow across campus […]

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Mason Means Business: Happy Hour & Men’s Basketball Game

February 5, 2015

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The School of Business Alumni Chapter gathered nearly 100 guests for the first annual Mason Means Business alumni night on February 4. The evening kicked off with friends, colleagues, classmates and School of Business Dean Sarah Nutter enjoying happy hour at Brion’s Grille. After happy hour, everyone headed over to the Patriot Center to cheer on […]

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Helping Mason Ideas Get Marked

January 29, 2015

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A marketing concept developed and launched at the Mason Innovation Lab at George Mason University’s School of Business is now being used by other innovators at the school to market their own business concepts. The name of developer and George Mason alumnus Topher Hall’s business is Sprolo LLC, which stands for “simple, proven, local.” The […]

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Passport to Success: Alumna Appointed Travel Channel CFO

January 27, 2015

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We often don’t realize until years later which experiences have made the biggest mark on our career, but behind every great executive—and every successful business person—there is a moment that defines the direction their career will take. For Kellie Goldstein, it was an international finance class during her masters in accounting program that would plant […]

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Top Finance Grad Max Lindskog, BS Finance ’14, Learns By Teaching

December 30, 2014

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Prior to students’ first classes, it is recommended many times at orientation that students make the most of their time in their degree program: participate in clubs, excel in their studies, enhance their learning through internships, attend school sponsored events, make use of the career and academic advisors available to them, and so on. Rarely […]

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