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In an effort to support both federal government workers and impacted employees of government contractors, the School of Business at George Mason University will hold career skills workshops at its Arlington, Virginia, campus on Friday, January 18. In addition, the school has scheduled additional workshops [...]
During the last year, the #MeToo Movement has turned attention to issues of sexual harassment and assault in workplaces, from Hollywood to corporations. As CEO, Cavallo has made it her mission to change the culture at Martin, making intentional changes internally that have impacted the company’s success [...]
Okyere returned to Ghana after graduation where he established Westland Alliance Ltd., a telecommunications company that provided international call routing. He ran the company for three years before moving on to the “budding downstream petroleum subsector.” He founded Springfield in March 2008 [...]
December 17, 2018—The Center for Government Contracting at George Mason University’s School of Business has appointed three Senior Fellows and eight new Advisory Board members. As part of the Center’s mission to foster collaboration between government, industry, and academia, the senior fellows [...]
Karen Crosswhite, a Master of Science in Accounting student at the George Mason University School of Business, is the first student to receive the Shrivastava GovCon Scholarship. Crosswhite is also the founder of BAS Accounting Services, a small Certified Public Accountant firm located in Ashburn [...]
Each month George Mason University selects one employee to be honored as Employee of the Month. Our very own Rosemary Brown received this honor from Mason President Ángel Cabrera for the month of December. Brown came to Mason in January 2012 and has been with the School of Business since 2013, [...]
The World Is Your Classroom -- Dec 12th 2018
Bouncing on the backs of elephants and camels, exploring the depths of a diamond mine, taking a desert safari jeep ride, or visiting the 250-year-old cellars of one of the oldest winemakers might not be the first images that come to mind when you think about graduate school, but for students at George [...]
The George Mason University School of Business Center for Government Contracting will establish the first-in-the-nation university center that is the research, education and training, and collaboration nexus for government, industry, and academia to address business, policy, regulatory and other issues [...]
More than 300 women attended the inaugural It’s Never Too Late To Start: Women’s Entrepreneurship Conference on November 14 at George Mason University’s School of Business’ Arlington Campus. Mason’s School of Business co-sponsored the event along with 30 Second Pitch and the Freedom Start [...]
Accounting Go-getter Balances School, Work, and Internships by Katherine Johnson Dias -- Dec 6th 2018
Courtney Burchett, an accounting junior, describes herself as a go-getter. The full-time student from Richmond, Virginia works four part-time jobs, both on and off campus, and volunteers and leads student organizations. She also still manages to pursue internships in the accounting field each summer [...]