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MBA Alum Steers Upset Victory in Panama Presidential Election

June 3, 2014

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It’s not every day a school can tout that an alumnus was instrumental in shaping global politics, but this month George Mason University’s School of Management can say just that. Master of Business Administration alum, Jonathan R. Snowling ’11, recently spearheaded an upset victory for his client, Juan Carlos Varela, in the race for the presidency […]

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Beautiful Day for MBA Student Association Spring Picnic

May 1, 2014

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By Maggie DeMarco It would be close to impossible for the MBA Student Association Spring Picnic to have fallen on a more beautiful spring day, one with a bright clear blue sky. While the warm and sunny day made it incredibly easy to be outside socializing, what was even nicer was the chance to see […]

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Great Time at the MBA Student Association Picnic

April 28, 2014

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By Seth Whetzel, MBA Student On Saturday, April 26, Professor Kevin Rockmann opened his home to host the George Mason University MBA Student Association Spring Picnic. MBA students, alumni, faculty, and staff—along with spouses, girlfriends, boyfriends, children, and even dogs—all turned out on the gorgeous spring day to enjoy a BBQ lunch catered by Red, […]

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Alumni Spotlight: Abigail Isaac

April 23, 2014

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In the Business of the Arts Following your passion while minding your wallet can often be a challenge—sometimes one that forces you to make a tough decision. For Abigail Isaac, MBA ’13, it was finding a way to make her passion for the arts a sustainable career. Isaac’s interests centered around the arts from a […]

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Student Spotlight: Brock Walker ’14

March 19, 2014

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From Biology to the Treasury: MBA Student Finds Happiness with Numbers Rarely do students pick a major out of the course guide and find the career they hope to pursue. Often it takes exploration and sometimes even hands-on experience to determine what field will be the one that best fits. For Brock Walker, a part-time […]

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