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MBA Professor Named One of the 30 Most Influential Industrial and Organizational Psychologists Alive

February 9, 2015

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Effective management is not only about understanding operations—it also has a lot to do with understanding people, which is why management and psychology go hand-in-hand. Richard Klimoski, professor of psychology and management and area chair of management at George Mason University’s School of Business, knows this all too well. Klimoski has made so much progress […]

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Former MBA Student Association President Leaves Mark on MBA Program

October 15, 2014

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Many students pass through the Mason MBA program each year taking away new skills and experiences, but only a few make a lasting impact on the program for future students to come. Ruxandra Arustei, MBA ’11 was one student who did just that. As a full-time student, Arustei had the time and drive to do […]

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MBA Scholarship Recipient to Participate in CEO Mentorship

April 8, 2014

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Chris Plourde, an MBA student at the School of Management, was recently awarded the newly established Pete Bianco Scholarship. The scholarship allows for a selected MBA student to participate in MindShare, an exclusive, invitation-only program comprised of CEOs of Washington, D.C., area companies. As the recipient of this scholarship, Plourde will have the opportunity to network with […]

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MBA Scholarship Offers Exclusive CEO Mentorship

March 3, 2014

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The School of Management recently received a donation of $25,000 to establish the Pete Bianco Scholarship Endowment. The proceeds from this endowment allow for a selected Mason MBA student to have the opportunity to participate in MindShare, an exclusive, invitation-only program comprised of CEOs of Washington, D.C., area companies. This extraordinary networking and learning opportunity […]

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Researching Faculty at Washington, D.C. MBA Programs

May 29, 2013

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Can you remember what your best learning experience was in your lifetime? Which class taught you the most? What one thing made the difference in your learning? If you think back on all the years of education you’ve experienced in your life from Kindergarten to now, most people would answer that a good teacher made […]

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