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Jeffrey Hales Discusses SASB’s Position in the Evolution of Accounting Toward ESG Issues
Jeffrey Hales Discusses SASB’s Position in the Evolution of Accounting Toward ESG Issues
In a recent episode of Jumpstart, a podcast from Bloomberg Financial Accounting, Dr. Jeffrey Hales, Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business Accounting Professor and Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) Chair, discusses the SASB’s global mission...
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2019 marked the first year that the MBA International Practicum course traveled to South Africa.
2019 MBA International Practicum Travels to South Africa
The slate of destinations for the 2019 MBA International Practicum featured an exciting new option for students: South Africa. The South Africa course was co-sponsored by the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business (“Center”), giving Full-time and Evening MBA students an opportunity to exercise their sustainable business skills with hands-on projects. The International Practicum is one of the MBA Program’s most popular electives, designed to facilitate a semester-long client project between international organizations and MBA student consultants.
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Scheller College MBA students with legendary civil rights leader Andrew Young in the Cape of Good Hope, South Africa.
MBA Students Meet Civil Rights Icon Andrew Young in South Africa
“Meeting Andrew Young at the southern tip of Africa was truly surreal—a once-in-a-lifetime experience,” said Peter Nguyen, an MBA Sustainability Fellow at the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business...
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Alex Luczkow
Countdown to Commencement Alex Luczkow
As part of Scheller’s Countdown to Commencement series, we interviewed a few soon-to-be graduates from our undergraduate, MBA, and Ph.D. programs to learn about their backgrounds, why they chose Scheller College, and what they plan to do after Spring 2019 Commencement.
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Steven Murchison, a graduating MBA student, wins Scheller College Dean’s Award.
Steven Murchison Wins Scheller College Dean’s Award for Full-time MBA Student Excellence
“When you have experience that can help other people, it’s your duty and responsibility to put that skill to use—to share that information and experience with other people to help them achieve their career goals,” said Steven Murchison, this year’s recipient of the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business Dean’s Award for Full-time MBA Student Excellence.
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Atalay Atasu, Dunn Family Professor, Operations Management
Durability Vs. Recyclability: Dueling Goals in Making Electronics More Sustainable
The falling cost of solar power has led to a boom in recent years, with more and more photovoltaic panels popping up on rooftops and backyard solar farms around the world. But what happens to all of those solar panels in a couple of decades when they reach the end of their useful life? And what about electronic devices with even shorter life spans?
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Ideas-to-Serve Competition, 2018
Ideas to Serve Competition – ‘Know What You Don’t Know’
Applicants for the 2019 Ideas to Serve (I2S) competition are exploring and addressing a number of issues both locally and globally from plastic waste reduction, disaster response in low-income communities, food security, global health, prison reform, education, and more!
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How Can Nonprofit Organizations Maximize Social Impact for Distressed Individuals?
How Can Nonprofit Organizations Maximize Social Impact for Distressed Individuals?
An NPO should invest more in guiding and advising its clients to choose the best-suited service when it is not severely resource-constrained, or when different types of clients are not evenly mixed in the population.
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