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On November 18, five teams of George Mason University School of Business graduate student finalists competed for $2,000 in cash prizes at the Inaugural School of Business Graduate Case Competition Finals. Held on the Arlington campus, teams consisted of students from the MBA, MS in Management, MS in [...]
“When I got to campus, I really hit the ground running and started honing in on what I wanted to do and who I wanted to be,” Finney said. “Yeah, you learn in class. But it’s so much about social skills and so about being able to collaborate with people in a diverse setting. This is something [...]
“It was like a breath of fresh air and a weight was lifted off our shoulders. It meant the world,” Bah said. “As a first generation college student, here at Mason, there are plenty of opportunities for students to explore, and with this scholarship, I strongly believe that there is no doubt, that [...]
Stavrou, professor of computer science and director, Center for Assurance Research and Engineering (CARE), and Auffret, director, Research Partnerships, School of Business and associate director, CARE will work to support the NSA Cybersecurity National Action Plan (CNAP) goals by engaging with industry [...]
Rhonda Vetere, a former Dean’s Council member and friend of the School of Business Alumni Chapter, was awarded gold in the “Excellence in Transforming Business” category from the Stevie Awards, the world’s premier business awards. Vetere is a 1993 George Mason University graduate, and serves [...]
After graduating with a history degree in 2008 from Radford University, Kight found herself in the real estate industry with limited real estate knowledge. Kight believes in life-long learning, so returning to school to pursue an MS in Real Estate Development at Mason was the next logical step [...]
Sidorov planned on pursuing an MBA degree, but when she found that George Mason University offered a Masters in Management degree that she could complete in less than one year, she jumped on the opportunity. Sidorov says her internship experience was one of the most rewarding aspects of her MS in Management [...]
Founded in 2006, the IAC (International Academy of CIO) is a global academic and professional society with co-founders including Japan, USA, Indonesia, Philippines, Switzerland, and Thailand. The IAC currently has active participation from about 50 countries and partnerships with U.N., APEC and OECD [...]
Kat Grimsley, director of the MS in Real Estate Development program at George Mason University’s School of Business, has been appointed to the Real Estate Market Advisory Group of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UN-ECE). The Advisory Group consists of real estate experts that assist [...]
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