You’re invited to attend a virtual session for prospective students to learn more about the Schar School of Policy and Government and our graduate programs.
What financial constraints do Black business owners face? To what extent do government policies such as the Community Reinvestment Act and Small Business Administration loans help Black-owned businesses? How do these elements tie into job creation and innovation?
Join Professor John Earle, who works with Mason's Center for Micro-Economic Policy Research, as he discusses the extensive research being done and shares his insight on the contributions and challenges experienced, as well as related opportunities for student participation in research. Participants will be able to share experiences and ask questions during the session.
This session is ideal for students interested in the Schar School’s Master’s in Public Policy (MPP) and Graduate Certificate in National Security and Public Policy programs, but all prospective students are welcome to register.
DATE: Wednesday, March 24, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. ET (Virtual Event)
FEATURING: Professor John Earle