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As the Town of Vienna renews its decade-long effort to create a vision for redevelopment along its primary commercial corridor, Maple Avenue, Town resident and recent graduate of George Mason University's Master of Real Estate Development program, Karen Cohen, hopes her graduate work – a financial [...]
"I was finding in the young companies that there wasn't much knowledge about how to run a business," says Isaac, who hails from Fairfax and holds bachelor's degrees in theater and economics. "They were all talented artists, but they didn't have the skills, the knowledge or the drive to learn how to [...]
School of Business students have the opportunity to ask top professionals questions and network with them in the Ask the Professionals series, organized by the school's Career Management Team. Ask the Professionals is held during fall and spring semesters and provides students with the opportunity [...]
The School of Business' Executive Education is engaged in a committed and sustained effort to build extraordinary learning opportunities in leadership and management. Program design is driven by client commitments with company managers and the executive programs team working in partnership to deliver [...]
Service members and veterans pursuing higher education receive significant financial support through two key military programs: the Reserve Officer Training Corps, or ROTC, and the GI Bill. Both programs provide financial support in exchange for a service commitment, but they differ in the timing of [...]
Last month as part of National Mentoring Month, four students from George Mason University School of Business' Internet marketing course presented their winning case project to staff and executives at United Way Worldwide in Alexandria, Virginia. The project was aimed at supporting United Way's Mentoring [...]
At Mason, Studying Business Is No Minor Matter by Jason Jacks -- Jan 3rd 2012
When it comes to picking a minor, Mason is all business–literally, as the program is by far the most popular among students. According to data from Mason’s Office of Institutional Research and Reporting, 342 students were declared as minors in the School of Business’s business program at the start [...]
Pay Per Mile? by Jennifer Anzaldi -- Dec 19th 2011
What if saving the environment meant saving money? If doing the right thing for Mother Nature also saved a few dollars in our wallets, would we be more apt to take action? Assistant professors of information systems and operations management at George Mason University’s School of Business, Cheryl [...]
When you get dressed in the morning, you often pull out your clothes, gather your accessories, and try to match those socks with those pants. If you’re a woman, you know the challenges of coordinating the bracelets, earrings, and necklaces, as well. It can be quite expensive to acquire the many different [...]
School of Business Acquires Bloomberg Terminals by Rosa Vivanco -- Nov 28th 2011
George Mason University’s School of Business now offers students access to real-time financial market data and company and industry information. The school has recently acquired 12 Bloomberg Terminals. Eight of these terminals are designated for student use, while four are reserved for faculty research [...]

George Mason University School of Business

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