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As a GSA MOBIS vendor, Mason will benefit from the speed, ease, and efficiency of securing government contracts to provide executive education services. Additionally, it gives Mason the opportunity to connect more easily with a range of government agencies and spend less time on purchasing paperwork [...]
Sarah Nutter Named Dean of School of Business by Preston Williams -- Feb 21st 2014
Nutter, an accounting professor and former Internal Revenue Service economist, was one of three finalists for dean. She has served in a variety of leadership roles at George Mason, including as the presidential fellow, interim university chief of staff and chair of the steering committee of Mason's [...]
Mason Team to Partner with IBM on Research by Preston Williams -- Feb 19th 2014
"Historically, the elements of the electric power industry have been isolated and not connected to communication networks or the Internet. More and more connections are happening," says J.P. Auffret, director of the Master of Science in Technology Management and MS in Management of Secure Information [...]
The School of Business' Executive Education team has been able to capitalize on this demand over the past year by focusing on business development efforts in the Chinese market and expanding programs for Chinese organizations from two programs to thirty. The school has served more than 700 executive [...]
The George Mason University School of Business has launched a new Master of Science in Management (MSM) for nonbusiness majors. The program is designed to broaden the students' career prospects, enable them to brand and market themselves in diverse ways and expand their skills to meet the growing needs [...]
Enactus Student Organization Established at Mason by Jennifer Kleiner -- Jan 13th 2014
"There are so many opportunities clamoring for students' attention during their university experience," said Kaleb Valdez, Enactus Mid-Atlantic Regional Program Manager. "There are many opportunities to do good and build experience; that said, I've never seen a network like Enactus, where the top of [...]
Malcolm Johnson, director of the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) Standardization Bureau and head of ITU's Academic Memberships, recently visited George Mason University to meet with faculty and administrators. Johnson shared updates on how ITU's global initiatives are aiding in bringing [...]
During her three years in college, Mason junior Weyem Kobrosly, a marketing major in the School of Business, has savored the perks of living at home in Arlington, Va. There are family brunches on Sunday mornings, weekly breakfast-for-dinner movie nights with girlfriends and the companionship of a group [...]
She calls it "one of the best programs Mason can offer." Meggan Ford, newly-promoted director for academic services in George Mason University's School of Business, recently returned from a trip to Germany as the first Global Professional Staff Exchange award winner. The award is sponsored by the Office [...]
The School of Business students' assignment: Assess the real estate value of nine Washington, D.C., properties owned by Sasha Bruce Youthwork (SBY), a nonprofit that serves the needs of at-risk youth and their families, and then advise SBY officials as to the highest and best use of their properties [...]

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