This event will be the week of April 18-23, 2021 to be aligned with the National Crime Victims’ Rights Week. To register, click here
A career in nonprofit offers you the chance to align your skills, interests, and values to the work you do every day. Join us for a series of events that explore the diversity, vibrancy, and versatility of the world of nonprofit work! For more information, visit https://gmu.joinhandshake.com/events/731484/share_preview
George Mason University will conduct its 54th Spring Commencement virtually. The ceremony is set for 2 p.m. Friday, May 14, 2021. The university-wide commencement ceremony will be live-streamed, and the link will be posted on the https://www2.gmu.edu/graduation website. Graduates may choose one of two in-person options, the Patriot Procession or the Mini Ceremony. Family and friends are also invited to attend. Both will […]
Don’t miss the opportunity to be a part of the Campus Food and Beverage Network team THIS SUMMER! Hybrid internships are even more essential now than before in this ever-changing job market. Accepting applications NOW through April 19th via Handshake. • Marketing & Communications Intern• Accounting & Finance Intern• Business Development Intern• Human Resources Intern• […]
Happy Registration Awareness Week! The fall 2021 schedule was released on Patriot Web on Wednesday, April 1st. Schedule an appointment to meet with your Academic Advisor here to review your degree completion plan BEFORE you register for classes this month! Registration starts on April 22nd for seniors.
Join the School of Business Office of Career Services, and our sponsor, the Fairfax County Economic Development Authority, online for ProfessionalQuest: Technology in Business on Thursday, April 8th, from 1 to 2 pm. The ProfessionalQuest: Technology in Business panel will occur via Zoom. Join us with the link below: Link: https://zoom.us/j/96165174189?pwd=eTl1cDVIUmNqVXc5YnZXMDlReGR2Zz09 Meeting ID: 961 6517 4189 Passcode: PQSpring21
Midterm grades for 100-200 level courses are currently available for review in Patriot Web. You will not receive a printed report, nor will the midterm evaluation appear on your transcript, but you will receive an email from the Academic Advising office if you have an unsatisfactory midterm grade. Follow the instructions below to view your […]
George Mason University International Week 2021: April 2nd – 11th Mason students from around the globe have joined together to develop a program of activities to showcase their countries and cultures and to allow us to learn and participate with them. International week through the years has grown in its nature and its scope. As […]
On Tuesday, April 13 at 2:00p.m., tune in for a zoom discussion on the Business of Physical Well-Being with Mason Alumnus Jimmy Martin, Co-Founder of Brrrn. studio. Register here for the Zoom Event and learn about his innovative NYC cool-temp fitness!
On Wednesday, April 14 at 10:30a.m., tune in for a zoom discussion on the Business of Financial Well-Being with Mason alumnus Jason J. Howell, CFP®, CSRIC® and President of Jason Howell Company. Learn how his focus on SRI investing and his specific target customer differentiates his firm from all the others. To join the Zoom […]
All courses required to earn a degree in the School of Business require a C or higher (some require a B- or higher). If a student opts into the Alternative Grade Mode for spring 2021, they still need to earn the equivalent to a C or higher in the course to receive credit for the […]
School of Business Students – Come meet Dean Peiperl in a casual setting over Zoom! Take this event as an opportunity to get to introduce yourself, get to know him, and learn more about the School of Business. Thursday, April 8th at 4pm on Zoom (Zoom link: https://gmu.zoom.us/j/93297198109)Questions? Email email@example.com
During the week of May 10-14, social media posts can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions, contact email@example.com.
Participants in these live sessions will experience a facilitated version of the content with an opportunity to make progress toward earning the Resilience Badge and to engage in conversation on the topic. Pre-registration is required here: Module 1: http://go.gmu.edu/March24 Module 2: http://go.gmu.edu/April12 Module 3: http://go.gmu.edu/April21 Hosted by the Center for the Advancement of Well-Being
Please join us for the School of Business April Diversity & Inclusion Series! We will host a different workshop every Wednesday in April. Register at: https://gmusom.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bdtRSXx4YEOvtXw
Apply to the Patriot Activities Council Executive Board! Contribute to creating a vibrant campus community by planning and promoting entertaining events for students. PAC sponsors over 100 events each year, including Homecoming, Mason Day, Welcome2Mason, movies, off-campus trips, and more. Applications are open for twelve paid positions for 2020-2021, including two positions great for marketing majors: the Vice President of Operations & […]
Thank you to all those who registered and attended the Virtual CPA/MSA/Certificate Information Session last week! There was a lot of information shared and a lot of questions answered. If you did not get a chance to attend the information session, no worries! A recording of the session can be found here: Meeting Recording: https://gmu.zoom.us/rec/share/bgcnh9hd7AiMw3elEoU1kTYPiVd5ipaljMdIs3eOxDjhJszz-vrf7gILBfbTekz2.SdJ_dvdoV7aytA-4 […]
The Mason scholarship application is now open for the 2021-2022 Academic Year! Using one application, School of Business students apply for a variety of University and School of Business scholarships. Funding for these scholarships comes from philanthropic support to the business school. Both need-based and merit-based scholarships are awarded by the School of Business, and the […]
Start planning for your summer and fall 2021 courses now! Summer 2021 registration is happening now on Patriot Web, and fall 2021 registration starts April 22nd! Note this is a later timeline than previous spring semesters for the next fall schedule to be available so it is even more important to plan what courses you […]
This spring, the Writing Center is offering workshops that are free and open to everyone in the George Mason community. To register for a workshop, visit https://writingcenter.gmu.edu/workshops. In Spring 2021, all workshops will be held via Zoom. Workshop Date Time Location From Casual to Scholarly: Strategies for Elevating Your Prose 3/5/2021 12-1:30 p.m. Zoom Five […]
A program for underserved business owners in the food and beverage retail markets as they build back and dream forward to a bigger, more impactful future. Applications Are Open What is Project Food and Beverage? Project Food & Beverage helps underserved business owners strengthen and position their retail food and beverage businesses for post-Covid-19 growth. Organized […]
The Math Placement Test will resume March 1, 2021 for Summer and Fall Registration. You may register now to take the placement test. For the Summer 2021 and Fall 2021 semester, the placement test is required for: Math 105 Math 108 Math 113 Math 123 Math 125 For more information and more details, please visit the Math Department’s […]
Where are We With Blockchain Technology and Real Estate?Tuesday, March 30, 20215:00 p.m. to 6:15 p.m.Zoom Webinar To register for free, go to https://blockchainmason.eventbrite.com The recent news around cryptocurrency has put blockchain technology back in the mainstream discussion. Business leaders remind us that blockchain technology today is like it was in the early days of […]
The Business of Well-Being Week: Video Showcase, Taste Test, Book Club, Farm Tour, Speakers, and More!
How big is The Business of Well-Being? It’s so big that, this year, we’re dedicating an entire week to it! Mark your calendars for April 12-16, 2021. Mon, 4/12 9:00am – The 6th Plant-Based Protein Taste Test (Limited Spaces: Registration Required) All Day – The Business of Well-Being Video Showcase Featuring Mason Student and Alumni […]
Mason students, faculty, and staff, take a mindful break in your day and contribute to your well-being through Mindful Mason Moments.
A fraudulent work-from-home internship claiming to come from UNICEF, a humanitarian aid organization, has been circulating job boards and emails. See UNICEF’s statement: https://www.unicef.org/careers/beware-fraudulent-job-offers This scam may contain the following, or similar, text: Hello,We recently received a notification from UNICEF regarding an ongoing internship program available to students and staff of colleges/Schools in the USA. […]
One of the realities of job searching in a digital age is the importance of having a professional presence online. With digital platforms such as LinkedIn becoming more and more integrated into the way professionals are networking with each other, it is more important than ever to make a good impression when someone makes […]
Questions About Entrepreneurship?Drop in on the Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship’s Entrepreneurship Open Hour on Zoom with Associate Professor James Wolfe, our Entrepreneur in Residence. Sessions are open to Mason students, alumni, staff, faculty, and the community-at-large. Every Monday at 4:00 p.m. EST throughout the Spring 2021 Semester via Professor Wolfe’s Zoom Room.
Interested in Innovation and Entrepreneurship at George Mason University? Our weekly newsletter is an easy way to keep your fingers on the pulse of the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship‘s programming, internships, events, clubs, and more. Don’t miss out: sign up today!
Spring 2021 Research and Study Resources for Business Majors If you need assistance with research or with finding resources online through Mason Libraries, please be sure to contact Jo Ann Henson, the Mason Libraries Business & Economics Librarian. Jo Ann is now available to meet with students for the spring 2021 semester in a virtual meeting […]
Students enrolled in A-F graded courses during the Spring 2021 semester are eligible to select an alternative, pass/fail grading method due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. For more information on eligibility and how to select the alternative grading mode, visit the Registrar: https://registrar.gmu.edu/students/registration/spring-2020-grading-options/ You may have spoken to an Academic Advisor to determine if the […]
The Office of Student Success and Academic Services in the School of Business has a staff of professional academic advisors who are available to meet with you as you navigate your business degree requirements. All students have an assigned academic advisor, although you may meet with any available advisor. Virtual Appointments: One-on-one appointments with your […]
All School of Business Undergraduate Students must have access to a portable computing device that meets the following minimum standards. Students are required to bring their laptops to class if asked by the instructor. Phones of any sort are not acceptable in place of a laptop, and also a keyboard is required. Operating System: Windows […]
Are you an entrepreneur or innovator who has an idea for a well-being product or service and need help with what to do next? Join our Business for Well-Being Collaborative and get expert advice, peer support, access to stipends, and more: application. Not ready to apply but want to find out more? Email us at […]
Get fast career advising online with the School of Business Office of Career Services’ new Virtual Walk-In Hours! Virtual Walk-In Hours:Mon: 2pm-4pm & 5pm-8pmTues: 2-4pmThurs/Fri: 10am – 12pm Join us via Zoom with the link or IDs below: https://zoom.us/j/6628650296?pwd=S0hPN2J4N3dYRjQzUDlsQml3ck1qZz09 Zoom ID: 662 865 0296Passcode: SBUSFall20
Starting fall 2020, ACCT 303: Accounting for Decision Making will be required for all School of Business students, including Accounting and Finance majors. ACCT 330 will no longer be offered starting fall 2020 as the faculty have updated ACCT 303 to include elements and learning outcomes of ACCT 330. Students who completed ACCT 303 prior […]
The School of Business Office of Career Services is fully operational and providing virtual career support! In conjunction with the University’s decision, the School of Business Office of Career Services has moved all career advising to a virtual setting. To best serve all of our students and prioritize your health and safety, we will be […]
MKTG 491 001: Direct Marketing Elective, Fall 2019 Monday 4:30-7:10 P.M. CRN: 80371 Please note: MKTG 491 is the course number used for special topics courses. Do not let the course number intimidate you. NEW – PLEASE NOTE: The course perquisites are: C or higher in MKTG 301 or MKTG 303. If you do have […]
Unfortunately, not every job posting is legitimate, even on trusted sites. Some internship and job offers are instead a method to gain personal information for use in identity theft and/or money from you. It is vitally important that you know how to distinguish legitimate internship and job postings from scams. Never, and we mean never, […]
Business & Entrepreneurship Living Learning Community The Business & Entrepreneurship LLC welcomes students from all fields of study, who are passionate about new learning opportunities. Throughout the year, students become involved with organizations, nonprofits, government entities, and major corporations to understand their role in society, the economy, and our region. Our students also have the […]
Barron’s Digital Site-wide License for Business Students The School of Business has partnered with the Barron’s in Education Program from Dow Jones. Students will have 24/7 access to Barron’s. Activate your account now to have access to the same content viewed by C-suite, financial executives, government officials, academics, and more. The subscription is a gift from PagnatoKarp, […]
Don’t get left behind in the move to Handshake! Check out our guide here to get more information on what it is, who it’s for and how to get access so you can start using Handshake to take control of your career plans!
Dear School of Business Students, As you know the School of Business has a three-attempt policy on Business Core courses and Accounting Major courses. In previous semesters, we had been adding an Academic Advisor hold on your account after the second failed attempt to prompt a conversation with your Academic Advisor, but we have changed […]
The Office of Student Success and Academic Services would like to remind students of the difference between walk-ins and appointments for academic advising. Come to Enterprise Hall Room 008 to see an advisor today! Walk-ins– are: 15 minute advising sessions designated for quick questions, major changes, schedule checks, re-enrollments, etc. are not: for returning from […]
You spoke, we listened! The School of Business has received feedback on the effectiveness of the Business Buzz Blog and it seems that, as students, you would like to see more student features within the blog. This brings us to the creation of our Student Spotlight section! The Student Spotlight is designed to highlight the […]
Job Title: Recruiter (Junior or Entry-level) Why FedWriters? FedWriters offers team members the opportunity to gain a lasting impression in this fast-growing small business. We are a professional writing, communication, and analysis company that provides more than 20 Federal agencies with our services. We help government and commercial organizations develop a range of products, including […]
Job Title: HR Business Partner 3 – 2610 Job Description At Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII), Human Resources is focused on understanding what people need and knowing how to provide it. If you’re a people-person looking to grow your career in the exciting world of HR, this is the best place to dive in. We are […]
Building Tall with Mass Timber A webinar on May 27, 2021 from 5:00 to 6:15 p.m. To register, click HERE. Use the code “Discount” to waive the fee. Manufactured mass timber allows buildings to be built faster, more sustainably with a much smaller carbon footprint than steel and concrete, and with a natural look […]