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Goodman and Company, the fourth largest certified public accounting firm in the Mid-Atlantic, annually invites teams of students to participate in the Goodman Accounting Challenge. The challenge is a competition that educates undergraduate accounting students about real-life accounting issues.  [...]
This Venture Summit event—held at George Mason in early November—joined those already held in Silicon Valley and at Harvard University. Venture Summit Mid-Atlantic is a two-and-a-half-day gathering that highlights the significant economic, political, and technology trends impacting the global growth [...]
The Mason Inn Conference Center and Hotel will serve as an extension of George Mason’s School of Business, especially its Executive Programs—Executive Education, Executive MBA and MS in Technology Management programs—which will call home one of The Mason Inn’s four fully equipped office spaces [...]
On October 22, School of Business students attended a special presentation by Roger Ferguson, Jr., President and CEO of TIAA-CREF and former Vice Chairman of the Board of Governors of the U.S. Federal Reserve System. Ferguson led a discussion of recent economic developments for a standing-room only [...]
For over 30 years, Scott ’85 and Helen Hine ’85 (nee Mekenie) have shared their lives together with a bond that has grown stronger since joining the Mason alumni family. These active alumni association volunteers are most recognizable to young alumni as they annually assist with graduation and Homecoming [...]
This appointment is based on Strickland's continued and future leadership in the Business Analytics and Optimization for Intelligence (BAO-Intelligence) practice within IBM’s Public Sector business. BAO-Intelligence helps the intelligence community and national security clients use large volumes of [...]
Catherine Cramton, an associate professor of management at School of Business, is leading a team of researchers that recently received a $400,000 National Science Foundation (NSF) grant for their project “Culture and Coordination in Global Engineering Teams.” The grant will fund their research from [...]
It Feels Good to Help People -- Nov 20th 2010
It is this generosity of spirit that characterizes the Greens. “Kaylene is always so gracious,” smiles Jorge Haddock, Dean of the School of Business, “She’s cheerful and enthusiastic, full of wonderful ideas and encouragement. You immediately feel her passion for our students and School of Business [...]
Take time to define realistic career goals and learn as much as you can about the career or job you wish to pursue. Then, all of the decisions you face in applying to an MBA program will be easier and more focused. Ideally, you should begin researching business schools at least a year before you apply [...]
Ryan Kwiatkowski, a May 2010 graduate with a BS in marketing from the School of Business, was honored on October 2 at the Annual Champions’ Dinner as part of alumni weekend. Sponsored by the Patriot Club, this year’s event was held at the new Mason Inn and featured keynote speaker Lindsay Czarniak [...]