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CFBN to Participate in the “Asian Festival on Main” this Sunday!

We’re excited to announce that the Campus Food & Beverage Network team, in partnership with Foundation Coffee Roasters, will be a vendor at the Asian Festival on Main! Organized by Old Town Fairfax Business Association, the festival will highlight “Asian heritage through food, arts & crafts, education, and performances.”  This all day celebration of the Asian community will take […]

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Applications Now Open for SAIL Alternative Break Trip Leaders!

Trip leaders make alternative breaks possible – they develop projects with community partners, build a strong, effective team, prepare their participants with knowledge and skills to use in the community, and guide reflection and critical thinking during the alternative break and as participants integrate the experience into their lives. Trip leaders work in pairs, and […]

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CIE’s Summer Reading Challenge

Join the Center’s “For the Love of Books” Summer Reading Challenge. For every qualifying book you read from now until August 31, you’ll earn an entry in a random Pizza Party giveaway ($50-value through DoorDash or Uber Eats)! Email ciemason@gmu.edu to register for the challenge. Already registered? Don’t forget to log your books here.

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Smart People Still Read Books: 9/22/2021!

The Code Breaker: Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Race by Walter Isaacson is our Fall 2021 Semester book club selection! Tuesday, September 22, 2021 at 12PM on Zoom To register for the Center’s Smart People Still Read Books Book Club and claim your FREE book, email ciemason@gmu.edu. The CIE book club is open to […]

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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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Celebrating School of Business Graduates!

Congratulations to the Class of 2021! To view the 2021 Virtual Commencement Ceremony, catch all of the stories and announcements, and to get a Digital copy of the Spring 2021 Commencement Program visit the graduation website at https://www2.gmu.edu/graduation. To hear a message from Dean Peiperl and find your Marching Order slide, click here. To view […]

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B4BW Presents the 2021 Stakeholder Roundtable Series with Franz Paasche of PayPal

Like much in our society, the gospel of shareholder capitalism – the belief that the sole purpose of a corporation is to make money for its shareholders – is currently experiencing a long-overdue reexamination and upheaval. Over the course of 2021, B4BW will host a number of dynamic conversations amongst CEOs, tri-sector leaders, faculty, and students, […]

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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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George Mason CREE Webinar – Building Tall with Mass Timber – May 27th

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 […]

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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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