Posts Tagged ‘funding’

Mason Researchers Help Bolster Virginia Cybersecurity Efforts by Partnering State Cities and Counties

Written by John Hollis from George Mason University News on February 2nd, 2018. Virginia counties figure to be at the front lines in the battle for cybersecurity, so George Mason University’s J.P. Auffret and Angelos Stavrou are helping them formulate a more cohesive defense with a grant that partners them with local governments. Auffret, the associate director […]

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Two School of Business Faculty, Nirup Menon and Jiasun Li Awarded 2017 Multidisciplinary Research Competition Funding

Building on their strengths in computer modeling, simulation, and analytics, two School of Business professors, Nirup Menon, and Jiasun Li, were separately awarded grant funding to expand the knowledge frontier in areas of factors contributing to cancer outcome disparities and applying Bitcoin and Blockchain data to furthering theories of the firm. The Provost provided $160,000 in […]

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School of Business Shares Provost Award

A $5,000 award from the Provost will help fund a day-long cybersecurity conference for an audience of small- and mid-sized business executives interested in understanding and addressing cybersecurity issues. Mark Troutman, director, Center for Infrastructure Protection & Homeland Security, represents the School of Business on the project, which is headed by Jody Keenan of the […]

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Meet the New Team at the Office of Sponsored Programs

If you have a question about grant proposals and funding, there is a new team at the Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP) that would like you to reach out to them: (from left in photo below) Elizabeth Hale-Salice, senior grants administrator; Andrew Sprecher, research administration manager; and Shamekia Davis, grants specialist. Not pictured: Lindsay Holyfield, […]

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Register for Lunch and Research Workshop

The School of Business is hosting an informal workshop entitled “Finding and Winning Grants: Focus on NSF, Foundations and Corporations” from noon until 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 12 in room 204 of Enterprise Hall. Kathleen Bell (left), grants coordinator, University Libraries, will lead the discussion. A lunch (pizza and beverages) will be provided. Bell […]

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