Posts Tagged ‘MBA student association’

Mason MBA Students Witness NYSE History

While George Mason University MBA students enjoy stimulating and rigorous time in the classroom, the rubber meets the road as students see theory in practice during the program’s annual residencies. Each year, the MBA Student Association (MBASA) organizes a two-day trip to New York City for current Mason MBA students to meet and network with […]

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Great Time at the MBA Student Association Picnic

By Seth Whetzel, MBA Student On Saturday, April 26, Professor Kevin Rockmann opened his home to host the George Mason University MBA Student Association Spring Picnic. MBA students, alumni, faculty, and staff—along with spouses, girlfriends, boyfriends, children, and even dogs—all turned out on the gorgeous spring day to enjoy a BBQ lunch catered by Red, […]

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Get the most from your MBA: Practice leadership

Many employers tell us that what they are looking for from MBA program graduates is simply put, leadership.  That is, upon graduation will the MBA graduate be able to effectively plan, influence others to get on board with the plan and then effectively adapt to inevitable change?  The Mason MBA program not only offers courses […]

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