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Dale "Dusty" Wince recently graduated from George Mason University's School of Business Executive MBA Program as part of the National Defense cohort. Selected by faculty as "Outstanding Graduate," and also inducted into the Beta Gamma Sigma honor society, Wince says, "A critical role for any CEO is [...]
The School of Business' Executive Education is engaged in a committed and sustained effort to build extraordinary learning opportunities in leadership and management. Program design is driven by client commitments with company managers and the executive programs team working in partnership to deliver [...]
Assistant Professor of Marketing, Ning Li, along with William H. Murphey at the University of Saskatchewan, investigated whether specific variables reduce unethical sales behaviors (USBs). Their research, "A Three-Country Study of Unethical Sales Behaviors," published in the Journal of Business Ethics [...]
David A. Kravitz, professor of management in the School of Business at George Mason University, was recently presented with the Janet Chusmir Service Award by the Academy of Management's Gender and Diversity in Organizations Division. The award is presented to the nominee who has made an outstanding [...]
PACE is designed to keep the school’s students on track with academic and career goals. The program has been in place since 2005, but needed a technology overahaul to better serve students. The grant assisted with upgrades that allow for more interactivity, including the ability for students to view [...]
This has rekindled the debates on the potential costs and benefits of a financial transaction tax in the United States, and its potential impact on the futures markets. Proponents of a financial transaction tax (FTT) argue that it would increase government revenue and curb excess market volatility. [...]
A native of Ireland, Dunphy came to the U.S. on a soccer scholarship to pursue his education at George Mason University. The first day of classes proved to be one of the most important in his life. He stepped into his English 101 classroom and met his future wife, Teri. Dunphy enthuses, “I have Athletic [...]
As captain of the USS George H.W. Bush, Captain Luther has exemplified the type of leadership and dedication that the School of Business strives to impart on students. His distinguished military career is a wonderful example of the success our alumni are achieving in their various fields of work.  [...]
The School of Business' traditional Executive MBA program is now combining classroom time and online courses. Classes in the fall and spring semesters will be held every other weekend and supplemented with an online component to accommodate the working professionals that constitute the program' [...]
MBA Students Get Creative with Essay Competition by Rosa Vivanco -- May 24th 2012
George Mason MBA students in the MBA 715 Advanced Project and Program Management course had the opportunity to participate in a "Projects in the Mass Media" essay competition sponsored by Hundsun Global Services, the American subsidiary of China's leading provider of IT solutions to Chinese financial [...]

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