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Yerks earned a fourth place finish at the Virginia Commonwealth University Shootout held at the Hermitage Country Club Manakin in Manakin-Sabot, Virginia. He shot 70-72-74 – 216 (even par) to lead Patriots to a tie for ninth place with former CAA golf member, Old Dominion University. Yerks led the [...]
MBA Student Association Hosts Lean and Clean Event by Rosa Vivanco -- Nov 5th 2012
On Wednesday, October 23, the School of Business' MBA Student Association (MBASA) hosted "Lean and Clean - Sustainability and Startups in the Community," a panel discussion on sustainability and entrepreneurship. The event was held in partnership with Twins Ace Hardware in Fairfax, who provided the [...]
George Mason University has become the third university in the United States to join the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) as an academic member. ITU is the United Nations' agency for information and communication technologies. ITU is responsible for allocating global radio spectrum and satellite [...]
Welcomefest has Record Turnout of 730 Students by Rosa Vivanco -- Sep 28th 2012
The School of Business' Office of Academic and Career Services (OACS) hosted Welcomefest with a record turnout of 730 students. WelcomeFest is the School of Business' largest event of the year and welcomes School of Business students back to campus each fall. WelcomeFest gives undergraduate students [...]
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. [...]

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