- September 12, 2022
Cameron Harris, BA Integrative Studies ’06, associate professor of business foundations in the School of Business, was recently awarded the George Mason University Presidential Award for Faculty Excellence in Diversity & Inclusion. Sponsored by the Office of the President, the Presidential Awards for Faculty Excellence were created to recognize, promote, and honor outstanding members of the George Mason University community for excellence in teaching, research, social impact, and diversity & inclusion. The Faculty Excellence Award in Diversity & Inclusion recognizes activities that directly advance diversity and inclusion within and outside of the Mason community.
- August 30, 2022
In her 2021 PhD dissertation, Ashley Yuckenberg, a trained journalist and assistant professor of business communications at Mason, plumbs the ethical quandaries of crisis coverage—and provides a framework for guiding journalists through them.
- March 23, 2022
The rules of the economy are being wholly rewritten right under our noses, and distributed ledger technology wields the pen. That’s the core contention of Sarah Grace Manski, an assistant professor in George Mason University's School of Business.
- Integrating Liberal Education, Business, and High-Impact Practices: The Case of George Mason University's School of BusinessJanuary 14, 2022
This paper aims to explore the current environment of business education, the role of liberal education and the school’s programs and their benefits.
- March 1, 2021
This paper offers a case study of the Honey Bee Initiative (HBI) from George Mason University’s School of Business.
- Categorizing Professionals' Varied Goals for Environmental Communication and Identifying Implications for Graduate EducationJanuary 8, 2021
The study of environmental communication originated as a diverse multidisciplinary field encompassing a wide array of communicator perspectives. However, as the field evolved, mass media and journalism became its perceived scholarly focus.
- January 1, 2018
Drawing on feminist rhetorical criticism, this essay analyzes judicial and congressional equal pay discourses in the past decade, contextualizing them in historical views of women's wages.
- January 14, 2021
When newcomers enter teams, they seek out identity resources from team incumbents to help their socialization. In turn, team incumbents offer identity resources to newcomers to support incumbents’ existing held team identities. Based on theories of identity and socialization, the authors of this paper make a case for the identity partnership, a relationship in which identity resources are exchanged between an incumbent team member and a team newcomer.