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MS in Technology Management Class Invades Consumer Electronics Show

January 14, 2015

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By Keith Harrison, MS in Technology Management, Class of 2016 As the first group of students from George Mason to experience the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, we were pretty sure that some faculty/administrators were worried and hoped no one would end up in the news. The good thing is our MS in […]

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Consumer Electronics Show To Be “Classroom”

August 10, 2014

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Students to Learn First-Hand about Emerging Technologies and Business Models Imagine starting your graduate program with an immersion into a range of emerging technologies exhibited in 2 million square feet of space, hosted by more than 3,600 global companies, and including approximately 20,000 new product announcements. This is how the incoming MS in Technology Management […]

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Sprint News Causes Scrutiny of Management

August 6, 2014

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By David R. Gallay, adjunct professor, Economics of Technology Management An interesting article in the August 6 Wall Street Journal about Sprint Corporation addresses a number of key elements of technology management: corporate governance, strategy, and the market’s initial reaction. WSJ opines that Sprint will no longer seek to acquire T-Mobile, based on a rather innocuous […]

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John Lamme, Systems Security Officer with the U.S. Census Bureau

September 26, 2012

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Come meet John this evening at our information session or check him out on-line……………

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Networking Connections………

September 2, 2012

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Networking connections at the graduate level should never be underplayed. As you consider graduate programs and schools add a thought category or column titled Networking. Consider whether the program and university has an effective, connected network. Will you have a ready database to go to should you be caught in the next round of layoffs? […]

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