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Scholarship Helps Marketing Senior Study Abroad in Australia by Katherine Johnson Dias -- Sep 18th 2018
Klotz is taking four courses at Griffith University this semester, including digital and social media marketing, operations management, retail marketing, and global marketing. “Being abroad has made my educational experience more memorable, and I have been able to immerse myself in a whole new culture [...]
Aaliyah Cyrus, from Culpepper, Virginia, was eager to study at a university close to Washington, D.C., where business opportunities flourish. A junior studying accounting and management with a minor in international business, she says, “I do stay busy, but I’ve always been great at time management [...]
In this new assignment he will collaborate with Dean Maury Peiperl and other school senior leaders in highlighting and progressing the major strategic role that faculty scholarship and thought-leadership have in the school. Klimoski will also be responsible for working with the area chairs and the directors [...]
Summer On the Green: Finance Major Interns with PGA TOUR by Katherine Johnson Dias -- Sep 4th 2018
Abiral Pandey, finance major, spent 10 weeks of his summer break in Florida interning with the Professional Golfers Association (PGA) TOUR. Pandey worked as a corporate finance and accounting intern for the professional sports organization. He was responsible for designing performance analysis reports [...]
How Sweet it is to Own a Chocolate Shop by Katherine Johnson Dias -- Aug 27th 2018
Meryl McBride, BS marketing ’86, has been an entrepreneur for more than 30 years. Her original career path led her to working in insurance, and eventually opening her own business, MRM Associates, Inc. Then, nearly 10 years ago, a new business venture came her way. McBride is also co-owner of [...]
Ava Nia is a dedicated international student studying marketing. Originally from France, Nia knew she wanted to study at George Mason University and gain professional experience during her undergraduate career. She speaks English, French, Farsi, and Spanish. Nia has been described by her peers and employer [...]
“Building Bridges and Capacity: An Innovative Model for US-Peruvian Educational Exchange” is a result of a $25,000 grant awarded to Mason’s Michael Gilmore and Andrew Wingfield for a project that seeks to develop an innovative and sustainable partnership between Mason and the Universidad Nacional [...]
Emily Sayles is interning in the concrete jungle of New York City, immersing herself in what it means to be a busy New Yorker in the Financial District by day, navigating Wall Street walkers and investors in the afternoon, and debriefing research with seasoned financial analysts by night. Sayles is [...]
Shahristani, who most recently served as chief information officer within Afghanistan’s Ministry of Commerce and Industries, was one of 152 fellows from 97 countries to visit America this year as part of the Humphrey Fellowship Program, which is affiliated with the U.S. State Department’s Fulbright [...]
Tempchin also began to play soccer in middle school, but his priority continued to be basketball as he approached high school. At 4-foot-10 going into his freshman year, many urged him to invest in soccer, where his quickness and agility would be an asset and size would not be a detriment. But Tempchin [...]