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Center-affiliated faculty Morvarid Rahmani and Karthik Ramachandran.
Morvarid Rahmani and Karthik Ramachandran Publish Op-ed on How Nonprofits Can Maximize Impact With Limited Budgets
In an op-ed published on the NonProfit PRO website, Center-affiliated faculty Morvarid Rahmani and Karthik Ramachandran share their research that suggests nonprofits with limited budgets can create greater social impact by focusing on a few key services—instead of trying to do “everything for everyone.”
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Elina Ebby, first-place winner in the 2020 Carbon Reduction Challenge.
Covid-19’s Teachable Moment: Students Identify Sustainable Workplace Practices Worth Continuing in Carbon Reduction Challenge
Since 2017, students from Georgia Tech and other colleges and universities in the state have competed in the Carbon Reduction Challenge (“Challenge”), a program that supports summer interns and co-op participants in becoming sustainability ambassadors in their workplaces. This summer, the Challenge was restructured around Covid-19, with participants developing projects on behaviors and operations that have changed at their organizations during the pandemic.
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Blais Hickey from Net Impact, Rachel Firstman from Women in Business, and Shannell Smith from Blacks in Business.
From Allies to Change Agents: Scheller MBA Alumnae Answer Four Key Questions in the Fight for Sustainable Racial Equity
The Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business at the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business (“Center”) recently held a panel discussion around the role individuals and communities have in the fight for racial equity and social justice. The conversation centered around ways individuals can elevate their levels of engagement—in conversation, in protest, and in advocacy.
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Dr. Tiffiny Hughes-Troutman
Five Ways Higher Education Institutions Can Fight the Effects of Racial Inequality
Learn how higher ed can fight the impacts of racial inequality from Dr. Tiffany Hughes-Troutman, licensed psychologist and Director of CARE at Georgia Tech.
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It takes one “tough mudder” to tackle sustainability! Chris Hagler participates in an endurance event.
Alumna Spotlight: An Interview with Chris Hagler (MSM ’96)
In this interview, Michael Oxman, managing director of the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business (“Center”) speaks with Chris Hagler, Southeast practice leader of climate change and sustainability services at Ernst & Young (EY). Chris shares her career trajectory; thoughts on leadership across environmental, social, and governance (ESG) criteria; and advice for students looking to incorporate their passion for sustainability into their careers.
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MBA alumni discuss sustainability and allyship in their careers. Left to right: Naveed Ahmad, Lara Ferreira, Elizabeth Schultz, and Arianna Robinson.
MBA Alumni Panel Addresses Integrating Personal Values in Professional Lives
A panel of Scheller College of Business alumni hosted by the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business revealed how employees can be true advocates for sustainability and allies to social justice causes in their professional lives.
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Highlights from the Spring 2020 Business, Environment, and Society Speaker Series:
Highlights from the Spring 2020 Business, Environment, and Society Speaker Series
During the Spring 2020 semester, The Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business hosted several Business, Environment, and Society Speaker Series. The speakers present on topics connected to research in and practice of sustainable business.
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Blais Hickey’s impact on Scheller’s sustainability programs will be felt long after she has graduated, which makes her one of Poet’s & Quants’ 2020 MBAs to Watch.
Blais Hickey, Poets&Quants 2020 MBA to Watch, Continues her Mission for Sustainability at Nike
An advocate for healthy lifestyles, responsible business practices, and collaborative problem-solving, Scheller Full-time MBA alumna Blais Hickey has also been named a 2020 MBA to Watch by Poets&Quants.
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