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Marybeth Bucklen (MBA ‘19).
Alumna Spotlight: An Interview with Marybeth Bucklen (MBA ’19)
A recent MBA graduate carries her passion for sustainability from Scheller College to her position with the City of Brookhaven.
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l-r Brandie Banner, Jasmine Burton, Erin Cobb
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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Jenny Choi, undergraduate business administration major.
Jenny Choi Announced as Inaugural Vivian Nora Lukens Memorial Scholarship Recipient
The Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business and the Scheller College of Business have selected Jenny Choi as the first recipient of the Vivian Nora Lukens Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship was established to support undergraduate students who are pursuing the Certificate in Sustainable Business.
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(L-R) Henry McGill, Yann de Luca, Clotilde Bignard, and Anna Smoak receive first prize at the Race and Case competition.
Scheller College MBA Students Win First Prize in Race and Case Competition
A team of four Scheller College of Business MBA students won first place ($5000) in the annual Race and Case competition in Denver, Colorado. The unique event, hosted by University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business from February 28-29, 2020, combined a premier business ethics-based case competition with an alpine ski challenge.
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Photo courtesy of Safek Yucel.
Sustainable Operations Workshop Supports Early-Career Scholars
Seventy scholars representing nearly 40 different institutions from around the world gathered for the sixth annual Early-Career Sustainable Operations Workshop from February 21-23, 2020. The event brought together scholars and industry speakers for presentations covering a broad range of sustainability topics.
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President Cabrera with Dean Alavi
Global Leadership for a Better World: President Cabrera Speaks at Scheller College of Business on the Globalization of Trade and Business
At a packed crowd of Scheller College of Business and Georgia Tech students, faculty and staff, President Ángel Cabrera delivered a compelling talk about the globalization of business and leadership.
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(L-R) Shrinka Roy, Maddy Bodford, Joe Carothers, Amanda Grupp, and Jaspreet Singh attend the ClimateCAP summit for MBA students.
Climate Change’s Impact on Business at Heart of MBA Student Summit
From February 21-22, 2020, five MBA students from the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business attended ClimateCAP at the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business. The annual global MBA summit on climate, capital, and business prepares students to respond to the financial risks, investment opportunities, and leadership challenges associated with climate change.
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Scheller College a “Transforming” School According to Positive Impact Rating
Scheller College a “Transforming” School According to Positive Impact Rating
In the Positive Impact Rating (PIR), Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business is identified as one of the world’s top “transforming” schools. The World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, announced the PIR results on January 22, 2020. The new rating, conducted by students and for students, assesses business schools on the basis of their positive impact.
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