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Study Abroad Week: September 20-24

Reconnect with the world at the annual George Mason University Fall Study Abroad Fair 2021. This event will be held outside in the SUB I Quad. Additionally, virtual sessions run from Monday, September 20 through Wednesday, September 22 and on Friday, September 24. Virtual Sessions September 20-24, 2021 Online on Zoom In-Person Live Sessions in […]

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Accelerate 2022 Student Competition – Entry Deadline September 28

The Accelerate 2022 Cameron Rian Hays “Outside the Box” Student Competition is designed to inspire students to take a business idea, plot out its journey, and engage with a community of entrepreneurs in order to identify resources and investments for their business idea to succeed. Through the competition, students will engage in creative business brainstorming, practice […]

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Trending Topics with Professor Miller: 9/29

Come join us to take on the leading-edge issues on technology, innovation, and entrepreneurship. Our first topic is NIL (Name Image Likeness): Branding, Sports Marketing and Amateur Athletics. Elite collegiate players now have the ability to benefit from their NIL as NCAA policies change. For example, Bryce Young of Alabama is already making close to 7-figures in […]

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Learn About Sustainable Farming, Meet the Farmer, & Explore the Future of Food

The Center is excited to announce that we’re headed back to Whiffletree Farm in Warrenton, VA on Friday morning, October 8. Meet the farmer and founder Jesse Straight and join our exclusive CIE Mason farm tour. Learn about his innovative and sustainable business model and distribution channels. You’ll see how this method of food production is […]

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Stay Mason/Emergency Assistance Fund – Fall 2021

Emergency funding is available to students who experience unexpected financial challenges, emergencies, or sudden financial hardships AND meet the eligibility criteria outlined below. Funding is not guaranteed and is not meant to provide long-term or full tuition relief. This funding is a last resort for students who need it most and should NOT be considered part of […]

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Annual Consent Carnival Event – September 23

Join us for the Annual Consent Carnivalhosted by the Student Support & Advocacy Center Get Excited to say a loud, clear, affirmative “YES” to the Consent Carnival! Consent Carnival is an annual #Welcome2Mason event where students participate in fun activities to learn more about consent, boundaries, and healthy relationships.

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The Alpha Challenge – GMU’s Inaugural Stock Pitch Competition

The Alpha Challenge is a flagship student centric event for students of the Finance Department and School of Business. All majors within the University are welcome to participate, but the event will be focused on Finance skills, classes, and networking. The competition’s objective is for student teams to choose, research, and pitch a stock for […]

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UCS Government Week, September 20-24, 2021

University Career Services’ annual Government Week is September 20-24, 2021. Government Week helps students explore career paths in local, state, and federal government. Throughout the week, there will be opportunities for students to network with employers, learn about fundamental aspects of working in government, and more.  Join these workshops in Merten Hall: Tuesday, September 21, […]

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Mason Korea Study Abroad Application Now Open for Spring 2022

Upcoming Virtual Info Sessions: Tuesday, September 21 at 3:00 pm (Student Experience Panel: register here) Thursday, September 30 at 11:00 am (register here) There will be a booth at the Study Abroad Fair on Thursday, September 23. Applications are due Thursday, October 14: Students can begin their application on the Mason Study Abroad website.

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Free Professional Headshot Events

Need to freshen up your LinkedIn profile? Never had a quality headshot for your online presence? Join the Office of Career Services in Enterprise Hall 042 for our Professional Headshots series! We will be seeing students on a drop-in basis to take their headshots. Please note that these are intended for professional use, so professional […]

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Entrepreneurship Open Hours – Wednesdays on Zoom!

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. Beginning Wednesday, September 1st at 4:00 p.m. EST and every Wednesday thereafter throughout the Fall 2021 Semester via […]

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ProfessionalQuest Series Fall 2021 Dates

ProfessionalQuest is an exciting event series for School of Business students where they are given the chance to interact with employers across several industries and build their professional network. Students will have the opportunity to talk in an intimate setting with industry professionals about their field of interest, get information about employers from around the […]

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Fall Classes / Important Dates and Deadlines

Fall 2021 Important Dates and Deadlines For the complete list of important dates and deadlines, please view the Fall 2021 Academic Calendar. Description Full Semester First Day of Fall Classes: Mon. Aug 23 Last Day to Submit Domicile Reclassification Application Mon. Aug 23 Last Day to Add: All Individual Sections Forms Due Mon. Aug 30 Labor […]

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Fall 2021 Academic Advising Hours

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. To best prioritize health and safety of our entire community, to start the fall 2021 semester we will be offering our full […]

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Reminder on ACCT 330 to 303 Number Change and OM to OSCM Prefix Change

Updates to Accounting 303 and deletion of Accounting 330: Effective fall 2020, ACCT 303: Accounting for Decision Making will be required for all School of Business students, including Accounting and Finance majors, and ACCT 330 will no longer be offered. ACCT 303 has been updated to include elements and learning outcomes of ACCT 330. Students […]

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Reminder: Course Prerequisite Correction for ACCT 465: Advanced Accounting Analytics

Please note, the correct required prerequisite for ACCT 465 is completion of 1 of the following courses: ACCT 361 or MIS 310. A minimum grade of ‘C’ or ‘XS’ is required. ACCT 465: Advanced Accounting Analytics. 3 credits. This course presents advanced topics in analytics used in the accounting and finance professions. The course focuses on the development of skills required […]

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School of Business Grievance Policy

The School of Business works to ensure an excellent and consistent experience for all students. For situations that do not meet this standard, students are able to submit a formal complaint through our Grievance policy. This process is for undergraduate students who need to submit a formal complaint for either a faculty or academic advising […]

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Business Librarian Virtual Appointments Available

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 in a virtual meeting online. To schedule a virtual appointment […]

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2021 Break Through Tech DC Summer Guild Program at Mason Open for Applications

2021 Break Through Tech DC Summer Guild Program at Mason is open for applications: https://gmu.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_egtzx9yC1zkdZKS If you are curious about technology and want to join a supportive community of women exploring tech, try Guild. You will have the chance to work in teams with other students to develop a tech-based solution to a problem that […]

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School of Business Minimum Computing Requirements for the 2021-2022 Academic Year

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 […]

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EY Empower Consulting Learning Series

Our Tysons, VA Campus Recruiting team is excited to announce that we will be hosting our first “Empower Consulting: A Learning Series To Break Down Gender Barriers In The Work Place” this spring. The goal of this learning series is to attract and educate strong candidates in the consulting profession. This program will focus on […]

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Project Food and Beverage

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 […]

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Fraudulent Job and Internship Listings

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. […]

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Taking Your Own Headshots At Home

               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 […]

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Mason Entrepreneurs! Interested in Building a Venture Focused on Well-Being?

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 […]

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Career Services Virtual Walk-In Hours Now Available!

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

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Updates to ACCT 303 and Deletion of ACCT 330 Starting Fall 2020

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 […]

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Virtual Career Services Appointments

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 […]

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Reminder! Fraudulent Job and Internship Listings

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, […]

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School of Business Partnership with Barron’s in Education Program from Dow Jones

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, […]

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Business Core Courses: Three-Attempt Policy

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 […]

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What is Government Contracting? Monday, September 20

The term “government contracting” is frequently mentioned in the Northern Virginia area, but what does it actually mean? What do government contractors do? How do you become one? Join the founders of The Pulse of GovCon (A women-owned boutique federal market intelligence and research consultancy firm located in the DMV) for this virtual event.  They […]

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ProfessionalQuest: Retail on Wednesday, September 29

Join the School of Business Office of Career Services online for ProfessionalQuest: Retail on Wednesday, September 29, from 2 to 3pm. Featured panelsists include: Christiana Di Mattessa, Senior Director of Marketing, UnderArmour James Arcieri, WW Director, Disruptive Transformation and Innovation Strategy, Microsoft Ron Thurston, Author of Retail Pride and Retail Top 100 Influencer Michelle Bacharach, CEO, Findmine […]

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US Dept of Treasury Virtual Job Fair, Wednesday, September 22

Presidential Executive Orders (EO): EO 13985, Advancing Racial Equity and Support for Underserved Communities Throughout the Federal Government, EO 14035, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility in the Federal Workforce, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility in the Federal Workforce, and EO on, Advancing Educational Equity, Excellence, and Economic Opportunity through Historically Black Colleges and Universities place […]

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APPLY NOW! 2022 Tax Season Internship at Wendroff and Associates, CPA

Wendroff & Associates, CPA offers an initial internship opportunity to qualified students who would like experience working in a full-service accounting firm. Internships are open to students who have strong academic credentials and a desire to work in public accounting. The internship would be part-time, approximately 20 hours a week, and duties include Tax Preparation, […]

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CIE’s 7th Plant-Based Protein Taste Test: 10/4

PLNT Burger makes its debut at our next Plant-Based Taste Test! Join us Monday, 10/4/2021 at 12pm for our 7th Plant-Based Protein Taste Test. Our Center has been along for the ride as the plant-based protein market has rocketed in popularity and customer demand. This October, we’re introducing PLNT Burger to the line up to see […]

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