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School of Business faculty received two of the eight Student Engagement Grants in Undergraduate Education (SEGUE). Awarded by the Provost’s office, the grant program rewards faculty willing to address real, identified shortfalls in undergraduate—principally general education—courses in a focused [...]
In an effort to determine the impact that the work of accountants has on the companies they audit, Edward Douthett, associate professor of accounting at George Mason University School of Business, recently conducted two empirical studies examining the effects of audit quality for publicly-held companies [...]
More than 200 business leaders, faculty, and students attended the School of Business' Symposium on Business Globalization. The Right Honourable Brian Mulroney, former Prime Minister of Canada, provided an insightful keynote address focusing primarily on the strong business relationship between Canada [...]
On Thursday, February 24, Provost Peter Stearns, academic deans and directors as well as athletic coaches and coordinators gathered in Mason Hall Atrium to honor the recipients of the Provost Scholar Athlete Awards for 2011. Twelve student athletes, who have completed at least 38 hours at Mason and [...]
The Fairfax County Chamber and George Mason University School of Business celebrated the wide range of diverse corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives of the Northern Virginia Business community on International Corporate Philanthropy Day 2011, which was February 28. From helping the hungry [...]
"Over the past month, I've seen that George H.W. Bush is a respected, well-trained, professional command that is ready to serve our nation in a time of war," Luther said at the change of command ceremony. "Under Capt. Miller, you have accomplished much and done it exceptionally well. It is my honor [...]
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 [...]

George Mason University School of Business

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