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Womack Recognized as GT 1000 Instructor of Year
Craig Womack, Assistant Dean & Director of Undergraduate Programs, was selected as the GT 1000 Outstanding Instructor of the Year at Georgia Institute of Technology.
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Giving Students a Chance to 'Excel'
New program creates college opportunities for students with disabilities.
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Seletha Butler Named Ethics Champion
Founder of the "Corporate Governance" class in the Scheller College of Business, Seletha Butler is known as Tech’s very own champion for ethics. Her career and research have provided her with a vast knowledge and experience base in ethics.
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Assessing the Role of Negative Citations in Science
The number of times academic articles are cited is among the time-honored measures used to assess scholarly standing and evaluate academic productivity. But not all are positive.
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Scheller Graduate and Nike CIO Jim Scholefield Credits Degree with Career Success and Offers Advice for Current Students
Scheller College of Business alumni and Nike, Inc. Global Chief Information Officer Jim Scholefield has a unique view of how technology is at the core of today’s modern business world.
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Scheller College is 1st Nationally in the 2015 Better World MBA Rankings
Georgia Tech's Scheller College of Business ranks 1st in the U.S. and 6th globally in Corporate Knights’ Better World MBA latest rankings. Corporate Knights is the definitive annual guide to which MBA programs are doing the best job preparing students to tackle the social and environmental challenges of our time.
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Peter Swire talks European Court strike down of US-EU privacy agreement
This week the European Court of Justice struck down the “Safe Harbor” agreement between the U.S. and the European Union. Peter Swire says decision will disrupt the way that many major online companies are able to offer unified services to consumers.
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US News Reports Error in Scheller Undergraduate 2016 Ranking
US News & World Report made an error on their most recent (2016) undergraduate rankings. The Scheller College Undergraduate Program, initially ranked #15 by the publication is actually ranked #29 (the same ranking as last year). This mistake is entirely the error of the publication.
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