Posts Tagged ‘Faculty & Staff’

Marketing Prof Bequeaths Half Million to School of Business

Former marketing professor Hale Tongren and his wife Sally have long been supporters of the School of Business. In 1986 they established the Tongren Marketing Endowed Scholarship, which is awarded annually to a top marketing major. Tongren passed away in 2009 followed by his wife in 2014. In another act of generosity, the Tongren’s bequeathed […]

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George Mason Named One of the Top Universities in the Next Generation of Entrepreneurs

George Mason University While much younger than AU and Georgetown, George Mason has made a point of stressing the importance of entrepreneurship, with Director of Innovation and Entrepreneurship David Miller among the faculty leading the charge. The growth of programming, curriculum and resources at George Mason for entrepreneurs and innovators continues to grow across campus […]

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Dean Nutter Named to the Washington Business Journal’s 2014 Class of Women Who Mean Business

In February Sarah Nutter was selected dean of the School of Business at George Mason University after serving as acting dean since May 2013.  The accounting professor is also a former Internal Revenue Service economist.  When not working in the academic world, she does Christian missionary work in Africa. Who was your mentor? My parents […]

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JP Auffret Drives Success for the MS in Technology Management Program

As director of executive degree programs at the School of Business, Jean-Pierre (J.P.) Auffret has employed his 30 years of technology industry and academic experience to grow the MS in Technology Management and MS in Management of Secure Information Systems. Though he is instrumental in growing both executive degree programs, Auffret’s research interests in CIO and […]

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Sarah Nutter Named Dean of School of Management

George Mason University has selected Sarah Nutter as dean for the School of Management. The school’s acting dean since May 2013, Nutter will head a U.S. News & World Report top 100 business school that counts almost 4,000 students in its five undergraduate majors and seven graduate programs. Nutter, an accounting professor and former Internal Revenue […]

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