- July 19, 2022
Students pursuing a master’s of science in management through George Mason University’s School of Business cap their program with a four-month internship or researchship. Follow along as master's in management student Sarah Menna details her researchship work with Arlington Economic Development.
- March 17, 2022
The George Mason University School of Business recently set up a unique admission partnership with the University of Virginia at Wise. The pathway offers students who graduate from UVA-Wise the ability to streamline their applications to the master’s in accounting, master’s in finance, and master’s in management (MSM).
- March 15, 2022
Victoria Grady, associate professor of management and program director of the Masters of Science in Management at Mason, has a new book, Stuck: How to WIN at Work by Understanding LOSS, which is the result of years of research and writing with her co-author Patrick McCreesh, an adjunct management professor at Mason. Stuck plumbs an area of psychology known as attachment theory, first developed in the mid-20th century by John Bowlby, a British psychoanalyst.
- March 10, 2022
The master’s of science in management (MSM) program in George Mason University's School of Business works in close partnership with the School of Business’ Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE) to provide MSM students access to an organization intent on nurturing those with entrepreneurial and innovative aspirations.
- July 20, 2021
George Mason University School of Business has become an institution defined by its ambitious and hard working student body, who balance many unique leadership roles and responsibilities. Sher Khan embodies what it means to be a School of Business Patriot.
- February 22, 2021
Texas-born and raised Gabrielle Webster, BA Integrative Studies ’14, MS in Management ’16, first learned about George Mason University through her high school debate team. Now, as a double alumna, Webster is equipped to forge her ascending career in management while also giving back to the School of Business through serving on alumni advisory boards.
- 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.”