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How to Plan a Business Career in Sustainability
How to Plan a Business Career in Sustainability
More than at any other time in history, humanity is collectively aware of its impact on the planet. And a increasing number of business school students want to get involved in this important work.
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The Ray C. Anderson Center for Business Sustainability Organizes Internet Radio Panel Discussion
Scheller College Organizes Radio Show on Sustainability
Howard Connell, managing director of Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business’ Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business, recently assembled a cross-section of sustainability experts for a panel discussion on Atlanta’s Business Radio X.
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Atalay Atasu, associate professor of operations management, convened 45 cutting-edge sustainability operations researchers for an event at Scheller College of Business.
Scheller College Draws Leading Sustainability Operations Researchers to Event
With support from the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business, Operations Management Associate Professor Atalay Atasu recently held a workshop that convened 45 of the leading sustainability operations researchers from the world at Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business.
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Omar Rodriguez-Vila, assistant professor of marketing
Faculty Profile: Rodriguez-Vila Studies Sustainability as Marketing Opportunity
While working as global vice president of integrated marketing communications for Coca-Cola, Omar Rodriguez-Vila spent several years living in China in preparation for the company’s sponsorship of the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics.
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Smile Bright received a $5,000 prize as winner of the Ideas Track in the Ideas to Serve Competition.
Toothbrush Technology for Developmentally Disabled Wins 2015 Ideas to Serve Competition
Toothbrush technology that would empower people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to care for their teeth more effectively and independently won the 2015 Ideas to Serve (I2S) Competition March 27 at Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business.
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Dare to Care: Discover Business Concepts that Could Improve World in Ideas to Serve Competition Showcase March 27
Dare to Care: Discover Business Concepts that Could Improve World in Ideas to Serve Competition Showcase March 27
Seventeen teams will present business concepts that could help create a better world in the final round of the Ideas to Serve Competition (I2S) on Friday March 27 at Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business.
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A 1956 Industrial Engineering graduate of Georgia Tech, Ray C. Anderson was a loyal and devoted supporter of his alma mater for more than five decades. A champion of sustainability, he was awarded an honorary doctorate from the Institute in 2011.
$5 Million Commitment to Georgia Tech from the Ray C. Anderson Foundation Names Scheller College’s Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business
The Georgia Institute of Technology’s Scheller College of Business has received a $5 million commitment from the Ray C. Anderson Foundation to rename the Center for Business Strategies for Sustainability. To honor this commitment and Ray Anderson’s legacy, the Center will now be known as the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business.
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Brian Edgerton, MBA 2013, was attracted to Target by its community impact and environmental intitaitives.
Alumni Profile: Tech Provided Great Environment for Brian Edgerton to Explore Sustainability
Before enrolling in Georgia Tech’s MBA Program, Brian Edgerton had long been interested in sustainability. “But when I came to Tech, I had the opportunity to embrace it,” he says.
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