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Bachelor Party Inspires New App for Group Travel by Jennifer Anzaldi -- Nov 18th 2015
Aspiring entrepreneurs often wonder when that magical idea will hit them. Inspiration often strikes when least expected. That was the case for 2012 finance alumnus, Michael Modica. The difficulty of traveling with a group of friends while on his bachelor party inspired Modica and a friend to create [...]
Mason-IBM-NSF Partnership Yields Second Cyber Report by Nicole Hitpas -- Nov 16th 2015
The conference, which built upon a summer 2014 workshop, brought together more than 200 attendees from across the United States. Conference speakers included industry experts, such as CISOs, chief technology officers (CTOs) and chief information officers (CIOs) from the government, private sector, and [...]
Accounting Alumna Appointed to SECAF Board by Jennifer Anzaldi -- Nov 11th 2015
“Being involved with SECAF keeps me in touch with the government contracting community and helps me to understand my clients’ businesses better. This helps me when advising them,” says Johnson. “I have been able to make many good connections at SECAF. It’s a great organization to be involved [...]
Employees are not the only ones who should be concerned with their well-being at the workplace. Often poorly understood and seldom prioritized employee engagement is important to an organization's success in several ways according to research by Victoria Grady, assistant professor of management at George [...]
Mason Designated as a Military Friendly School by Damian Cristodero -- Nov 6th 2015
The IESC, which held its inaugural meeting at the United Nations in New York in October 2014, is a global alliance of 60 real estate related professional and governmental organizations from more than 20 countries as well as trans-European and Asian entities. The IESC’s mission is to research, develop [...]
Cybersecurity Leadership Video Series Launched by Mary Crowson -- Nov 3rd 2015
The series is aimed at executives and board members, who are increasingly aware that they must develop strategies and allocate resources for combatting the cyber threat. The first video features Mason’s Dr. J.P. Auffret addressing the evolving role of an organization’s top cybersecurity position [...]
“This is a great example of men supporting the women in their community by highlighting a predominately female health issue,” said Martin, who earned a health science degree from George Mason in 2009. “Women of college age need to be aware of the preventative measures they can take to ensure breast [...]
Each year, NABA holds regional conferences throughout the country to give students the opportunity to network with top accounting firms, meet other students from neighboring chapters, and attend student seminars led by successful professionals that serve NABA as volunteers. As part of the eastern region [...]
The list included David Miller, director of the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Mason’s School of Business, Jade Garrett, Mason graduate student and founder of Positive Deviancy, and Jody Keenan, state director for the Virginia Small Business Development Center Network and director of [...]

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