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Consistently, across dozens of different measures, including social and economic equality, political division, and other indications of individualism versus collectivism, the United States experienced growing social connections that reached a peak in the 1960s, and then declined to reach record lows [...]
Fairfax, VA — The George Mason University School of Business today announced the launch of the Center for Retail Transformation, dedicated to generating cutting-edge research, developing the next generation of retail leaders, and providing value-driven, real-world solutions for the largest part of [...]
Distance Makes the Heart Grow Fonder by Greg Johnson -- Nov 18th 2020
Mandy O’Neill, associate professor of management, decided to step away from campus for a deeper dive into her research on organizational culture. Her year-long sabbatical took her to California for stops including her old stomping grounds of Stanford, where she received her PhD, and the Haas School [...]
“As a top 50 ranked MBA program (U.S. News & World Report 2021), George Mason University’s MBA offers flexibility for working professionals while delivering an advanced curriculum based in leadership enrichment, strategy, tech savvy analytics, and multi-disciplined business comprehension. We [...]
The George Mason University School of Business has partnered with Brown & Brown Insurance since 2008 in bringing campus audiences engaging, timely, and thought-provoking speakers through the Brown & Brown Speaker Series. Now the longest running speaker series at the university, 40 prestigious [...]
A Leader in the Army and Industry by Greg Johnson -- Nov 11th 2020
One of the most effective methods of honing leadership, teamwork, and management skills is to be thrust into a position where you are forced to excel. Perhaps no place of employment embodies this more than the United States Army. At 22 years old, Ed Fortunato, BS Marketing ’88, was in this position [...]
ISOM Major is Awarded WIBI Scholarship by Greg Johnson -- Nov 9th 2020
Celia Miranda, now a senior majoring in information systems and operations management (ISOM), attended a bootcamp for aspiring entrepreneurs when she was a high school senior. The bootcamp took place on the Fairfax campus of George Mason University. It was then and there that she learned what she wanted [...]
The Center for Retail Transformation and the Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship at George Mason University School of Business have entered into a research collaboration with Fairfax County on the Relay project in Merrifield, Virginia. Relay is an autonomous (self-driving) electric public transportation [...]
His sights set on the music industry, Daniel Cooper, a senior double majoring in marketing and management, has the drive, talent, and brains to make it big, but there was one more thing he needed–a little extra money to help him continue advancing his studies. Not coming from a family of means, Cooper [...]
Where Research Never Stops by Greg Johnson -- Oct 12th 2020
With the suddenly urgent need for timely and accurate in vitro diagnostic development, Shane Trexler, MBA ’15, and the team’s work at Seraph Biosciences, Inc. is more relevant now than ever before. Based in Detroit, the biomedical device company is working to commercialize its revolutionary diagnostic [...]