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Exploring the Buzz About Social Entrepreneurship by Damian Cristodero -- May 8th 2018
Fuller was one of 15 students in Professor Lisa Gring-Pemble’s Social Impact and Entrepreneurship class (MGMT 454) who traveled to the South American country for 10 days during spring break to get a granular look at local businesses that not only make a profit, but also help people and the environment [...]
“I’m looking forward to visiting the George Mason campus and speaking with students, faculty and others in the community,” Barkin said. “It’s also an opportunity to highlight the important contributions of our Fed directors, such as Dr. Cabrera, who help connect us with the communities we [...]
Wang has published more than 50 papers in major peer reviewed journals in the areas of derivative markets, applied time series, econometrics, mortgage markets, and transportation. He is an elected ordinary member of International Statistical Institute and on the editorial board of the Journal of Futures [...]
Ganbat spent a year and a half at Northern Virginia Community College, and transferred to Mason because she wanted to be more involved on-campus. I could see that Mason had a lot to offer in that sense, and I really wanted to get involved with that so I transferred with the credits I had,” she said [...]
About 250 spectators came to the annual Dean’s Business Competition at the MIX on the Fairfax Campus to see would-be entrepreneurs compete for more than $30,000 in cash and in-kind gifts in a “Shark Tank” setting. This year, organizers from Mason’s School of Business’ Center for Innovation [...]
Marketing Student, Soccer Player has Entrepreneurial Streak by Katherine Johnson Dias -- Apr 17th 2018
Malinowski chose George Mason University due to of its proximity to Washington, D.C. He decided to major in marketing, because it allows for creativity and flexibility. “It’s all dependent on you solving a problem in the best way possible. I like how you’re able to analyze a problem and there’ [...]
Public accounting firms have been experiencing a steady increase in revenues generated from consulting services in recent years, primarily from non-audit clients. Concern has been expressed by the industry about potential implications of this increase based on audit quality, but the question remains [...]
2018 School of Business Degree Celebration Scheduled for May 19 by Katherine Johnson Dias -- Apr 9th 2018
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 [...]
Lara Sweet, BS Accounting ’97, isn’t the stereotypical accountant. Sweet, who works as the chief accounting officer at Snap Inc., the innovative company behind Snapchat and Bitmoji, has found the perfect balance being artistic, creative, and logical. Sweet is responsible for leading the global accounting [...]
Richard Klimoski, director of faculty research at the school said, “Our partnership with SSRN emphasizes our strong commitment to research of significance that has the potential for making a positive impact in both intellectual fields and society. I am pleased that one of our own faculty is now being [...]