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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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Professor Peter Swire Testifies Before Senate on Impact of “Going Dark”
Professor Peter Swire appeared before the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary to testify in the panel discussion “Going Dark: Encryption, Technology, and the Balance Between Public Safety and Privacy.”
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Scheller Graduate Named among Nation’s Best Executive MBAs
Kevin Smith, Senior Commercial Finance Manager with The Coca-Cola Company and Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business EMBA graduate has been named to Poets & Quants' Best Executive MBAs 2015.
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Hard to Say I’m Sorry: How to Make an Apology
Scheller faculty member Lucien Dhooge and Rebecca Burnett, School of Literature, Media, and Communication discuss what makes a public apology good or bad.
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Dr. Henry Sauermann Studies Start-up "Joiners"
Henry Sauermann, associate professor of strategic management co-authors study on "joiners" who help make startups successful.
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Scheller College Organizes Radio Show on Sustainability
Howard Connell, managing director of Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business’ Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business, recently assembled a cross-section of sustainability experts for a panel discussion on Atlanta’s Business Radio X.
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Study Shows Double-Digit Growth for Firms that Create Own Online Communities
A new study co-authored by a Georgia Tech researcher in the journal Marketing Science shows double-digit revenue growth for firms that create their own brand-specific online communities.
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