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Members of the Advisory Board of the Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship (CREE) have established Gunston Hall Realty Ventures LLC, a student-managed real estate investment fund to provide selected student fund managers the opportunity to invest in partial ownership of commercial real estate projects [...]
Every entrepreneur starts with a spark—a spark of creativity, a vision for a product or the way something can be. But taking that vision or spark and turning it into a product or business takes more than just an idea. Hard work, discipline and, often times, education will nurture your vision and help [...]
Senior corporate and human resource executives of major real estate corporations from all over the country gathered at George Mason University’s Founders Hall in Arlington for the second annual Commercial Real Estate Diversity and Inclusion Round Table. The event was organized by NAIOP, the leading [...]
Since completing his bachelor’s degree in business administration in 1980, Dave Hainsworth made sure he didn’t stray too far from George Mason University. The School of Business alumnus opened his own accounting firm in Old Town Fairfax, and is engaged on-campus, whether it’s cheering for the [...]
Study Says Failure Should Always be an Option by Damian Cristodero -- Sep 14th 2017
The two-year study, in which workers from companies in the United States, Brazil and South Africa were tracked, was developed and run by a team that included Cronin and Georgetown University professors Catherine Tinsley and Jason Schloetzer. It was funded and executed by a large multinational company [...]
Scholarship Recipient: Nothing Worth Having Comes Easy by Katherine Johnson -- Sep 11th 2017
Karen Arandia has worked hard and fought to get to where she is, not only in her education, but in life. Arandia, a junior majoring in information systems and operations management (ISOM), is a first generation college student. She also overcame a serious illness, which required her to put her education [...]
Richard Klimoski, director of faculty research and professor and area chair of management at the School of Business, together with Steve Zaccaro, professor of psychology, and Aurali Dade, associate vice president of research development, integrity, and assurance at Mason, recently received a $50,000 [...]
Since starting the program, Gerben has maintained a 4.0 GPA, while balancing work and staying involved with program events and professional organizations, including the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP), Urban Land Institute (ULI), and a mentorship program created by seasoned [...]
Finance Alumnus, Entrepreneur: Sky’s the Limit by Katherine Johnson -- Aug 28th 2017
“Mason’s programs for business were up and coming, and certainly the roster of faculty was interesting to me. I always had an affinity towards business and finance. I felt like Mason was a good fit for me. With all of those factors, it seemed like the right choice. I haven’t regretted it,” Keough [...]
Entrepreneurship is Thriving at Mason by Jennifer Anzaldi -- Aug 21st 2017
At Mason, opportunities to nurture each idea seedling are available through a range of programs and services, and the Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship within the School of Business has led the way. The center has served as a hub of entrepreneurship at Mason offering something for everyone [...]