Coffee Talks — A New Mason School Tradition

It is easy to get caught up in the day to day work of classes and not always take advantage of the tight knit network of our small program.  The MBA Association has introduced a few initiatives this year to help remedy this and strengthen the sense of community within the Mason School of Business.

We started with Mason Coffee Talks, a series of bi-monthly coffee breaks.  The idea is to bring everyone together in an easy and time-friendly manner so that first and second year students, faculty, and staff have an opportunity to interact on a more regular basis and build meaningful connections. Nothing structured, just a nice mix and mingle break during the day. The first ones have been very successful, so we hope this will become a fun Mason tradition!

Tuesday, April 23
What: Free caffeine and a chance to mix and mingle with faculty, staff, and both MBA classes!
When: From 10:45-11:15am
Where: Grad Lounge

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Margo Wheeler

Margo Wheeler is a 2013 MBA candidate with the Mason School of Business at the College of William & Mary.

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