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2015 School of Business Convocation Information by Nicole Hitpas -- Apr 2nd 2015
Handicap Accessibility: Handicapped and special assistance parking is available in Lot A, adjacent to the Patriot Center's South Entrance. Additionally, the West entrance has a drop-off location close to entrance doors. Wheelchair areas are conveniently located in all corner balconies on the main concourse [...]
Business Alumni Honored with Mason Service Award by Jennifer Anzaldi -- Mar 30th 2015
"Michael Gallagher was chosen as the Alumni Service Award winner for 2015 because he has remained actively involved with the Alumni Association, the School of Business, and the university while also achieving demonstrated success in the business world," says Adriane Ackley, director of alumni operations [...]
"The idea is to make sure American students learn more about Latin America and Latin American students learn more about America," says Mahesh Joshi, director of Mason's Research and Practice Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. The students collaborated via phone, email and Skype until the March [...]
Open to Mason students and recent alumni from any major, the entrants include undergraduate, graduate, and PhD students as well as recent alumni from a wide range of majors including business, public policy, engineering, computer science, biochemistry, communications, interdisciplinary studies, environmental [...]
George Mason University MBA alumnus Jonathan R. Snowling, a senior partner at SR Strategic Communications, received the 2015 American Association of Political Consultants (AAPC) Campaign Excellence Award for International Consultant of the Year. The Campaign Excellence Award, a longstanding tradition [...]
New Entrepreneurship and International Business Minors by Nicole Hitpas -- Mar 17th 2015
Got a great idea for a product or service? Interested in being your own boss? The Entrepreneurship Minor builds upon the fundamentals of your business major and teaches you the fundamentals of entrepreneurship including creating a business plan, securing funding, conducting marketing research, and negotiating [...]
Ethical Leaders Come Together at Mason to Mentor Students by Jennifer Anzaldi -- Mar 3rd 2015
What began as a simple invitation to be a guest speaker in an MBA leadership course grew into a strong partnership. More than eight years ago, Richard Klimoski, professor and area chair of management at the School of Business, invited Phillip Panzarella, president and CEO for CPS Professional Services [...]
The idea, says Mason professor Karen Kitching, is to expose students to a little-known opportunity for accounting majors. The IRS, says Christopher Westphal, the special agent who coordinated Friday's "Adrian ID Theft" project, is the only federal law enforcement agency to require agents to have at [...]
Alumni Rally Mason Community to Beat Cancer by Jennifer Anzaldi -- Feb 20th 2015
GMU Beat Cancer Week 2015, will be a series of non-profit awareness events and cheek swab drives hosted on Mason's Fairfax campus from February 23 - 27. The events aim to inform the university community about non-Hodgkin's lymphoma (NHL), promote bone marrow transplantation, and increase participation [...]
In a one-of-a-kind learning experience, students in George Mason's Accounting Honors Program in the School of Business will work in teams with a dozen IRS agents to solve a hypothetical financial crime. The honorary agents will follow the paper trail across the campus, along the way meeting with law [...]

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