- August 22, 2022
Ajay Vinzé, the new dean of George Mason University’s School of Business, recently sat down for an interview, discussing his vision for the school, his background, his thoughts on education and his Instagram account for his dog. He joined Mason July 1.
- June 15, 2022
The Impact Fellows Program, which is run through the School of Business’s Business for a Better World Center, focuses on helping students learn about how to help businesses achieve sustainable goals,
- April 21, 2022
Sponsored by the Institute for a Sustainable Earth (ISE) and the Business for a Better World Center, the 17 Rooms-U produced dozens of ideas, some of which were combined during follow-up conversations. Groups championing those ideas are now receiving up to $5,000 in seed money to implement their sustainability plans.
- April 13, 2022
Graduate students in the MBA elective class help companies examine their impact on the environment and offer solutions to reduce their environmental footprint.
- March 16, 2022
Mason’s Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship is hosting the 2022 Spring Container Design Challenge as part of an ongoing partnership with the City of Fairfax Economic Development Authority.
- January 13, 2022
George Mason University men’s basketball players D’Shawn Schwartz and Blake Buchanan, both School of Business graduate students, say their friendship helps keep them focused on their studies.
- December 7, 2021
Mason graduating senior Alex Lee devoted hours upon hours to attending networking events hosted by the School of Business. He talked to potential employers, asked questions, put himself out there.
- October 25, 2021
George Mason University’s School of Business is offering a new five-month Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer program, which began this month and is designed for executives who want to take a deep dive into DEI efforts within corporations.
- May 27, 2021
Students pursuing an MS in management through Mason’s School of Business usually spend four months getting work experience through internships at local companies. This year, however, due to the coronavirus pandemic, administrators had to think creatively. So instead, they asked local businesses what they thought of hiring students to do remote “researchships.”