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Notes from Singapore – Part 2

February 23, 2012

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The George Mason 2012 MS Technology Management Program International Residency to Singapore is nothing short of amazing and it has exceeded all expectations.  When the itinerary was rereleased prior to leaving, anticipation for the trip reached lofty heights.  And now that we have experienced much of the interactions that were planned, 2012 Techman Cohort is […]

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Notes from Singapore

February 21, 2012

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The cohort arrived all safe and sound, with just one illness. After just a few hours rest, we headed off to a tour of the city, led by guide Alvin. We visited the Singapore Flyer, which is the largest Ferris Wheel in the world – beating London’s Eye by 30 meters. From this high vantage […]

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Notes from the Global Residency in Singapore

February 17, 2012

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From student, Bill C………………. Hello from Singapore. Long flights, but worth it. This city is amazing. People are happy, helpful, and intelligent. Very British — even adopted “Mind the Gap” phrase (but they say “Please mind the platform gap” here). Explored Little India, Chinatown, and Orchard Road Shopping District today. I like to explore a […]

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2012 International Residency – Singapore

February 10, 2012

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This year’s international residency will take place in Singapore. The goal of the residency is to enhance the student’s exposure to Social (and cultural), Technological, Economic, and Political (and regulatory) (STEP) aspects and their consequent impact on the business environment. The choice of location, along with the speakers and interaction with the business executives during […]

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