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Jade Garrett admits to knowing very little about launching a business or developing hardware from scratch. She's into software, and she's pretty good at it. With the help of George Mason University's Mason Innovation Lab, she's able to combine those elements to create something that's not only tactile [...]
Nearly 200 School of Business alumni and guests gathered at the Sheraton Tysons Hotel for the Business Alumni Celebration, an annual event held during George Mason University's Alumni Weekend. This year's event included a silent auction during the cocktail reception, combining philanthropy with celebration [...]
MBA Students Witness NYSE History by Jennifer Kleiner -- Oct 6th 2014
While George Mason University MBA students enjoy stimulating and rigorous time in the classroom, the rubber meets the road as students see theory in practice during the program's annual residencies. Each year, the MBA Student Association (MBASA) organizes a two-day trip to New York City for current [...]
The Global, National Defense, and Critical Infrastructure Protection tracks of the EMBA Program offered by the School of Business are being taught with a new "experience mapping" component. This mapping has representatives of the class cohort giving feedback to administrators as to what is working and [...]
Awards Season: Dean Nutter Earns Accolades by Buzz McClain -- Sep 29th 2014
Nutter, the dean of George Mason University's School of Business, is an education nominee in the website's annual "50 on Fire" list of regional "trailblazers and disruptors." In the Capital was impressed by her "tough call" as interim dean to eliminate the school's full-time master of business administration [...]
"Because of its location near the seat of our federal government and as one of the original partners in the U.S. government's Chief Information Officer (CIO) University, George Mason University's School of Business has been very involved in outlining and fostering the leadership capabilities that are [...]
Alumnus Dennis N. Wagner has much to be proud of. After a successful twenty-year military career filled with service and performance awards, he can now add MBA graduate to his résumé. Wagner graduated just last month with honors from George Mason's Executive MBA Program, and was one of the first few [...]
The 2015 U.S. News & World Report "Best Undergraduate Business Programs" rankings were released today and this year George Mason's School of Business is ranked #62, up 10 spots from 2014. George Mason is tied in the rankings at 62 with several other notable schools including Baylor University, Northeastern [...]
Top Finance Grad Learns By Teaching by Jennifer Anzaldi -- Aug 26th 2014
Prior to students' first classes, it is recommended many times at orientation that students make the most of their time in their degree program: participate in clubs, excel in their studies, enhance their learning through internships, attend school sponsored events, make use of the career and academic [...]
George Mason University had two interns at Wolf Trap, who competed with 1,000 people for the 33 coveted slots that Princeton Review named as one of America's top 100 internships. Mostrom and fellow Patriot Alex Interlandi did different jobs at the venue but both came away with hands-on experience that [...]

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