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Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum, author of "Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?” and Other Conversations About Race" and president emerita of Spelman College
“Ask the question: ‘Who’s missing?’”: A Conversation with Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum
Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum, an award-winning educational leader, best-selling author, and noted expert on the psychology of racism recently talked with Dean Maryam Alavi of Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business on the themes of prejudice, racism, discrimination, and racial bias.
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Scheller College of Business Dean’s Office and Institute for Leadership and Social Impact Partner to Host Fall 2020 Conversations on Race, Equity, and Inclusion
Scheller College of Business Dean’s Office and Institute for Leadership and Social Impact Partner to Host Fall 2020 Conversations on Race, Equity, and Inclusion
Scheller College Dean Maryam Alavi and the Diversity & Inclusion Speaker Series is partnering with the Institute for Leadership and Social Impact (ILSI) to host an impressive line-up of speakers who will center their discussion around race, social justice, equity, and inclusion. The series runs from September to November and is open to the public.
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Eight Scheller Community Members Honored in 2020 Georgia Tech Alumni Association 40 Under 40
Eight members of the Scheller College of Business community made the list of 40 distinguished honorees in the Georgia Tech Alumni Association’s inaugural "40 under 40" list.
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Amanda Miller, first-place winner "Trafficked" in the Problem Discovery Track
2020 Ideas to Serve Competition Focuses on Communities in Atlanta and Around the World
The Institute for Leadership and Social Impact (ILSI) is thrilled to announce the results of the 2020 Ideas to Serve Competition (I2S).
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Dori Pap, Assistant Director, Institute for Leadership and Entrepreneurship
Sports: A Key Player in Dori Pap's Life
In 2000, Dori Pap came to the United States to play volleyball for the Yellow Jackets, and she never left. Today she is the managing director for Georgia Tech’s Institute for Leadership and Social Impact (formerly the Institute for Leadership and Entrepreneurship).
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Annual Ideas to Serve Competition Moves to Virtual Format for 2020
Annual Ideas to Serve Competition Moves to Virtual Format for 2020
With the help of so many of our Georgia Tech colleagues, community collaborators, and the wider Atlanta social innovation network, I2S 2020 has come together as a fully-virtual competition.
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Past I2S Winner, Judge Jasmine Burton: Why Sometimes the Problem You’re Solving Isn’t the Right Problem
Jasmine Burton, a Georgia Tech graduate, product designer, social activist, and founder is passionate about a problem fairly novel to most: access to safely managed sanitation. She's also a new judge in the upcoming Ideas to Serve (I2S) competition.
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Walt Ehmer, CEO, Waffle House talks to crowd at IMPACT Series event
Waffle House CEO Walt Ehmer Orders Up a Dish of Success to Scheller Crowd at Impact Series Event
Waffle House CEO Walt Ehmer represents a kind of servant leader that, like the business he oversees, is what he calls a “unique American phenomenon.” He spoke to Scheller about the company's success at a recent Impact series event.
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