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2014 Outstanding in Major Students Named by Jennifer Anzaldi -- May 14th 2014
Aziz is a dual major in finance and accounting, having earned only A's and A+'s in both majors. She served as president of the Mason chapter of Beta Alpha Psi, a national accounting honor society. In 2012, Aziz was awarded the "Emerging Business Leader" award by the school's alumni association, a prestigious [...]
Senior of the Year Receives Raves from Professors by Preston Williams -- May 14th 2014
George Mason University finance major and volleyball player David Lucas, the 2014 Senior of the Year, has been so busy the past four years studying, competing, interning and serving as a teaching assistant in the School of Business that he has not taken full account of the impact he has made on the [...]
Accounting Student Secures Competitive KPMG Internship by Jennifer Kleiner -- May 12th 2014
Participants receive financial and professional support through mentoring relationships with FDL faculty advisors and KPMG professionals. The opportunities are immense for program participants, as students who successfully complete their internships while maintaining their high academic achievement [...]
Faculty Honored with Several University Awards by Jennifer Kleiner -- May 7th 2014
Each year, the Center for Teaching and Faculty Excellence presents Teaching Excellence Awards as both institutional recognition and a monetary acknowledgement of the significant work that faculty members devote to course planning and preparation; curriculum development; and innovative teaching, advising [...]
Yon is currently participating in the Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program, which brings mid-career professionals from designated countries to the United States for a year of non-degree, graduate-level study, leadership development and professional collaboration with U.S. counterparts. The Pennsylvania [...]
At the School of Business, students who represent these ideals have the opportunity to apply to become a Gunston Business Scholar. The school describes these students as those who continuously demonstrate respect for the rights, differences, and dignity of others; act with integrity in dealing with [...]
The Good and Bad of Workplace Diversity by Jennifer Anzaldi -- Apr 23rd 2014
Earlier this year, the New York Times featured Michael Gregoire, chief executive of CA Technologies, who touched upon missed opportunities due to a failure to capitalize on diversity. In the article, Gregoire said about his team, "They were all people who kind of looked and acted and thought like I [...]
"Mason is a hidden gem when it comes to developing and delivering innovation and entrepreneurship to students," Joshi says. "This grant adds to many programs that are already conducted that boost the entrepreneurial spirit of our students and community at large. This grant will help Mason become the [...]
In the Business of the Arts by Jennifer Anzaldi -- Apr 17th 2014
Isaac's interests centered around the arts from a young age. Dancing at three, acting classes at ten, participation in her high school drama program during her teen years, and an excellent undergraduate theatre education at the University of South Carolina all led her to the determination that a career [...]
Dale "Dusty" Wince, the 2014 Mason Alumnus of the Year, is none of those things. He didn't attend the university as a wide-eyed 18-year-old. He attended Mason in his late 40s, as an esteemed businessman with teenage children, to satisfy a nagging urge to add an MBA to his extensive résumé and experience [...]