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TechAmerica is the leading voice for the U.S. technology industry. Representing approximately 1,200 member companies of all sizes from the public and commercial sectors of the economy, it is the industry's largest advocacy organization and is dedicated to helping members' top and bottom lines. [...]
This year there were over 60 nominations from across the campus for Academic Advisor of the Year. The committee received nominations from students, faculty, and staff and looked at the number of nominations each person received and also reviewed the content of the testimonials submitted. The committee [...]
How can an organization encourage employees to share their opinions? Is there a way to have those who work for you have as much buy-in with the organization as those who own it? Kevin Rockmann, associate professor of management in the School of Business at George Mason University is researching the [...]
The Oxford Residency provides the opportunity for Mason Executive MBA students to learn about doing business in the European Union (EU) and includes presentations by Oxford faculty, senior managers and directors, and discussions with EU government officials. Students also spent time in London at EU [...]
Dean Jorge Haddock has accepted an invitation to serve a three-year term on the Association to Advance Collegiate School of Business (AACSB) PreAccreditation Committee (PAC). PAC oversees the PreAccreditation Process, including the acceptance of Eligibility Applications, Accreditation Alignment [...]
Mason has made great strides in the past few years to increase the quaility of the educational experience for its MBA students. This effort is directly reflected in the 11 spot jump in the rankings."Other AACSB deans and MBA program directors are becoming increasingly aware of the quality of our [...]
Sponsored by Mason’s School of Business (School of Business) and supported by the Mason Entrepreneurship Initiative, the competition takes place at the end of the fall semester. During the competition, undergraduate student teams submit business plan ideas and receive feedback from successful entrepreneurs [...]
The review and preparation session, sponsored by the Mason Information Systems and Operations Management Association (MISOMA), was free to all who attended the two session review. The sessions were conducted by Professor Jim Murray, well qualified for the role on the basis of his long program management [...]
A number of School of Business students will benefit from a $25,000 scholarship fund recently established by brothers Gene and Rob Frogale, both Mason alumni. The scholarship is made in honor of their late father, William C. Frogale, who played a leadership role at George Mason University during the [...]
Women who exhibit "masculine" traits at work can be hurt by what researchers for years have called "the backlash effect." Research has shown women who have stereotypically masculine characteristics, like dominance and self-confidence, are sometimes sanctioned for behaving in ways that are incongruent [...]

George Mason University School of Business

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