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He took his government procurement and acquisition experience to the private sector in 1981, joining the firm of Dolan, Treanor, Murray, and Walsh. In 1985, the firm merged with Venable LLP, where Walsh spent 32 years as partner representing federal and state sector companies contracting with the Department [...]
“He wanted to enrich his research skills and had an interest in micro loans. Based on the lack of data for this type of research, we decided that he needed to focus his efforts elsewhere, but still focus on the social aspects of finance,” said Shelly Canterbury, finance instructor and Mingo-Dabney [...]
Masonette in the Spotlight for Academic Achievement by Katherine Johnson -- Apr 21st 2017
Since starting her college career, Simpson interned with the Path Foundation, a non-profit grant-giving foundation in Warrenton. Through the Path Foundation, she worked with the Mental Health Association of Fauquier County. Simpson was responsible for planning a major fundraising event, contacting companies [...]
Lorber, originally from Bel Air, Maryland, chose Mason because of its location and campus feel. “I definitely loved the location of being close to D.C., since I’m a business major and there’s so many opportunities there. I also like the feel of Fairfax. It feels more like home than some other [...]
Triple Major Ready to Take on D.C. Workforce by Katherine Johnson -- Apr 17th 2017
A Woodbridge native, Sothoron had his future in mind when deciding to transfer to Mason. “As a Virginia resident seeking in-state tuition, Mason was one of the closest options to the D.C. metro area. I wanted to be close to this location in order to find internships with relative ease and be able [...]
That helped her make the decision to transition from a twelve year career at Ernst & Young working in audit, tax consulting and tax compliance to teaching at Mason. Baker has taught a variety of accounting courses over the years but has been part of the ACCT 361 Accounting Information Systems instructional [...]
1:15 p.m. Assemble the Line of Procession of degree candidates in Parking Lot A, east side of EagleBank Arena. In the event of rain, go directly into EagleBank Arena using the doors on the east side at ground level. Follow directions of marshals and fill out an information card for the reader and photographer [...]
Mason’s First Giving Day a Success by Katherine Johnson -- Apr 11th 2017
“It was terrific to see the broad support from alumni, faculty, staff, and other friends of the School of Business on Mason’s first Giving Day. Their contributions will have an immediate and measurable impact on our students and programs,” said Anne M. Magro, interim dean of the School of Business [...]
Call Him the Space Man by Damian Cristodero -- Apr 5th 2017
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This was the first time Mason competed in the DMAW/EF Collegiate MAXI competition, which is held in both the spring and fall. ““The concepts we have learned in our classes helped us shape our strategy, and without the knowledge from our classes and the skills to apply, it there's no way we would [...]