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  • Frank Blake and Mike Duke join Georgia Tech’s Scheller College of Business as distinguished executives in residence

    The former CEOs of Fortune 50 companies The Home Depot and Walmart are now affiliated with the Georgia Institute of Technology Scheller College of Business. Former chairman and CEO of The Home Depot, Frank Blake, and former president and CEO of Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., Mike Duke, will serve as distinguished executives in residence.

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  • Attend Our MBA Open House October 10

    No matter what your interests or career stage, Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business has the right MBA program for you. Gain an insider’s perspective on our Full-time, Evening, and Executive MBA programs.

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  • MBA from Scheller College Helped Teri Nagel 'Excel Early' in New Role

    Just weeks after graduating from the Evening MBA program in December 2014, Teri Nagel accepted a position in the Procurement Leadership Development Program at Johnson & Johnson. From the headquarters of one of Johnson & Johnson's medical device affiliates, Ethicon, in Bridgewater, N.J., she supports medical and professional education for the company's Medical Device sector in North America.

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  • Scheller College Hosts 2015 National Diversity MBA Summit

    The third annual summit, planned from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., August 1, 2015 at the Scheller College of Business, is designed to connect underrepresented minorities, women, and LGBTQ students with resources to successfully apply to business school. However, all prospective MBA applicants who plan to apply to business school are welcome to attend.

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  • SCM World Ranks Georgia Tech #5 for Best Supply Chain Universities

    Programs at the Scheller College of Business and Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISYE) were cited in Georgia Tech's number five ranking in SCM World’s Top 15 Supply Chain Universities.

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