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Scheller College Among World’s Best Business Schools in Sustainability
Scheller College Among World’s Best Business Schools in Sustainability
Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business is 4th in the U.S. and 10th globally in the 2017 Better World MBA rankings.
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Patients in Kenya smile after receiving Mobility Carts donated by MedShare. (Courtesy Medshare)
Research Helps Humanitarian Aid Organization Deliver What Matters Most
Researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology have identified how medical surplus items can be distributed more efficiently by humanitarian organizations. Two recent articles, “Effective Medical Surplus Recovery” and “Truthful Mechanisms for Medical Surplus Product Allocation,” identify operations methodology that enables recipients to request and receive items that best match their needs.
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Competing on Social Purpose
Affiliated Faculty Member Prof. Rodriguez Vila Published in Harvard Business Review
Prof. Rodriguez's research on "Competing on Social Purpose" was published in Harvard Business Review's Online Sept- Oct issue.
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Unwana-Abasi Etuk, International Affairs, Presenting at the Carbon Reduction Challenge
Scheller Interns at SunTrust Win Carbon Reduction Challenge
A team composed of two Scheller College of Business and four Industrial and Systems Engineering students who interned this summer at SunTrust won the top prize in the inaugural Internship and Co-op Carbon Reduction Challenge.
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Scheller College Professor L. Beril Toktay Named Fellow by MSOM
Scheller College Professor L. Beril Toktay Named Fellow by MSOM
The Manufacturing and Service Operations Management Society (MSOM) has elected Professor L. Beril Toktay as a Distinguished Fellow of the organization. "Election as an MSOM Fellow should be considered a rare distinction," according to the society's web site.
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 Creating Feed from Waste Gives Grubbly Farms Something to Crow About
Sustainability-Driven Innovation: Creating Feed from Waste Gives Grubbly Farms Something to Crow About
During Spring 2017, students from our Center-led sustainability practicum helped Grubbly Farms develop a marketing strategy for one of the key customer segments.
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Scheller College Professor Beril Toktay, faculty director of the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business
Georgia Tech Professors Take the Carbon Reduction Challenge from Class to Co-op
Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business is looking to creating the next leaders to take on carbon reduction, thanks to an innovative new co-curricular initiative launched in partnership with the College of Sciences. Starting in May 2017, Professors Kim Cobb (College of Sciences) and Beril Toktay have joined forces to run the Internship and Co-op Carbon Challenge.
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Tech Team Wins Toyota Next Generation Mobility Challenge
Tech Team Wins Toyota Next Generation Mobility Challenge
A team of Georgia Tech students including Ivan Allen College digital media student Sally Xia won the Toyota Next Generation Mobility Challenge last week.
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