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Posts Tagged ‘research’

BizEd on Why It’s Critical That Business Schools Realign Their Incentives to Encourage Faculty to Produce Research Useful to Society

A recent article by William Glick, Anne Tsui, and Gerald Davis on May 02, 2018, in BizEd addresses the need for business schools to encourage faculty research designed less to enhance scholarly reputations and more to produce returns for society. The article explains that the current funding model for business school research has some issues: Stakeholders […]

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Mason Engineering experts will highlight cybersecurity research for their partners

Written by Nanci Hellmich “Mason Engineering has a robust cybersecurity program that crosses disciplinary engineering boundaries and includes robots, drones, autonomous vehicles, health care, smart cities, and the electrical grid,” says J.P. Auffret, PhD, Associate Director, Center for Assurance Research and Engineering (CARE), Volgenau School of Engineering and Director, Research Partnerships and Grants Initiative, School of Business. […]

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First Mason School of Business Research Paper eJournal Published on SSRN; Professors Tony Sanders and Amit Dutta Recognized for Research Paper Readership

The first edition of the George Mason School of Business Research Paper eJournal was published in late February with six papers from the fields of Finance, Information Systems and Operations Management, and Accounting. School of Business faculty included Gerald A. Hanweck, Anthony B. Sanders, Anant Mishra, Amitava Dutta, Alexander Philipov, and Bret A. Johnson. The […]

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Mason Researchers Help Bolster Virginia Cybersecurity Efforts by Partnering State Cities and Counties

Written by John Hollis from George Mason University News on February 2nd, 2018. Virginia counties figure to be at the front lines in the battle for cybersecurity, so George Mason University’s J.P. Auffret and Angelos Stavrou are helping them formulate a more cohesive defense with a grant that partners them with local governments. Auffret, the associate director […]

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Mason Connects Assistive Technology, Smart Homes and Senior Housing Design in Innovative Multidisciplinary Conference

Technology experts, policy makers, health care providers, architects, senior living community leaders, and educators gathered at George Mason University’s Founders Hall in Arlington for the Assistive Technology to Smart Homes and Senior Housing Design Conference. The conference featured ways the technology, real estate, and innovation communities can come together and collaborate to help develop transformational […]

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