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Top Finance Grad Learns By Teaching by Jennifer Anzaldi -- Aug 26th 2014
Prior to students' first classes, it is recommended many times at orientation that students make the most of their time in their degree program: participate in clubs, excel in their studies, enhance their learning through internships, attend school sponsored events, make use of the career and academic [...]
George Mason University had two interns at Wolf Trap, who competed with 1,000 people for the 33 coveted slots that Princeton Review named as one of America's top 100 internships. Mostrom and fellow Patriot Alex Interlandi did different jobs at the venue but both came away with hands-on experience that [...]
New research, conducted by George Mason School of Business professor David Kravitz and colleagues from two other universities, finds that a deeper understanding of what triggers feelings such as resentment, stigmatization and "stereotype threat" can help companies prevent these negative reactions and [...]
From the Eastern Block to the Western Front by Mike Hoke -- Aug 18th 2014
"Once you have traveled, the voyage never ends, but is played out over and over again in the quietest chambers. The mind can never break off from the journey." These powerful words by American author Pat Conroy aptly describe the significance of the late summer international residency for the Mason [...]
Consumer Electronics Show Becomes Live Case Study by Mary Crowson -- Aug 11th 2014
Imagine starting your graduate program with an immersion into a range of emerging technologies exhibited in 2 million square feet of space, hosted by more than 3,600 global companies, and including approximately 20,000 new product announcements. This is how the incoming Masters in Technology Management [...]
This innovative new track is not found at any other accredited university in the country. Offered in partnership with Mason's Center for Critical Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security, the curriculum answers an impassioned call to develop knowledgeable and visionary executives who can lead [...]
"It's undergrad, it's graduate students, it's alumni, it's people with full-time jobs, part-time jobs―it's a lot of what we hoped for and hypothesized might happen," says David J. Miller, the lab's director. "We're happy. We've seen some good things. We've seen success from students in liberal arts [...]
Here's how a pop-up wedding works: The couple shows up at a pre-determined location in Washington, D.C., either alone or accompanied by their guests. Gaudaen, as a registered human celebrant, performs a legal wedding ceremony. The couple signs some paperwork, Winters photographs them around the site [...]
The Global Residency Experience by Carrie Godbey -- Jul 24th 2014
Because our classes are online, many people within the cohort had never even met face to face. I had been talking on nearly a daily basis for eight months with people in my small group, but this was my first time meeting them. It was fun to see how people were in person versus what you might have learned [...]
TechMan Alum Catapults Career to New Heights by Jennifer Anzaldi -- Jul 17th 2014
Although his focus on rapidly changing technology led to a solid career as a technologist at a leading professional services company, he realized in 2000 he had a problem: he had plateaued professionally and would need entirely new skills to take his career to the next level. Although the technology [...]

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