SOM BUZZ for Week of March 19th:

March 16, 2012

General

New Waitlist Policy-Please Read
IMPORTANT WAITLIST CHANGES BEGINNING SUMMER 2012. Read More

Application for Student Convocation Speaker Due Now!
The 2012 School of Management convocation address will be given by a selected undergraduate student and an outside speaker.  Read More

Study Abroad: Chinese Language and Business Study
This summer be a part of the Chinese Language Study and Business Abroad in Beijing, China and go on two excursions.  Read More

Contest for SOM Faculty & Students – Principles of Responsible Management Education (PRME)
A contest for students and lecturers to collaborate in developing innovative ways to integrate sustainability issues into management education courses and program offerings.  Read More

Papers invited for 6th Annual Wilder School Student Research Conference
Undergraduate and junior graduate students are invited to submit proposals to present.  Read More

FULBRIGHT INFORMATION SESSIONS – SPRING 2012
Learn more about opportunities to study, teach, or conduct research abroad through the Fulbright U.S. Student Program!  Read More

Time Warner Cable Internship Opportunity  Read More

Pre-Law Advising Sessions
Are you considering going to law school? Do you want help deciding if law school is the right choice for you? Do you need  guidance on the application process for law school?  Read More

Graduating in Summer 2012?
If you intend to finish your coursework this summer and want your name printed in the graduation booklet you must file your intent for summer by Monday, March 20th.  Read More

Study Abroad: Brisbane, Australia Semester at Griffith University
Griffith University is in Queensland, Australia, the “Sunshine State.”  Read More

Internship Opportunity with Kraft Foods
Kraft Foods (NYSE: KFT) is the world’s second-largest food and beverage company with 2010 net revenues of more than $48 billion. Read More

About Mary Byerley

Mary Byerley works for the School of Management in the Office of Academic and Career Services. She has been with George Mason University for 15 years.

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