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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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Scheller Ranked 8th in Corporate Knights’ Global 100 Sustainable MBA Programs
Scheller Ranked 8th in Corporate Knights’ Global 100 Sustainable MBA Programs
Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business is ranked 8th in Corporate Knights magazine’s Global 100 Sustainable MBA rankings for our success at integrating sustainability into the school experience.
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Operations Management Professor Atalay Atasu
Faculty Profile: Operations Management Professor Atalay Atasu Examines Environmental Issues
Operations Management Professor Atalay Atasu’s interest in how companies manage balancing environmental and manufacturing concerns began during his PhD studies at INSEAD.
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Sophia Bromfield, MBA 2014, took courses to position herself at the forefront of the sustainability trend.
Scheller Wins Sustainable Business Education Prize
Georgia Tech’s Center for Business Strategies for Sustainability (CBSS) was recently named one of the grand prize winners for the Dr. Alfred N. and Lynn Manos Page Prize for Sustainability Issues in Business Curricula.
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Thought leaders in their fields converged at Scheller College to discuss sustainability. Panel participants included the EPA's Heather McTeer Toney; Novelis' Phil Martens; and Walmart's Mike Duke (left to right), among others.
Scheller Event Highlights Need for Partnerships to Create Sustainable Future
During a recent panel discussion on sustainability at Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business, Novelis President and CEO Phil Martens recalled an alarming conversation he had with a climatologist a decade ago. They had discussed the repercussions if society didn’t reduce carbon emissions, ranging from the melting of polar ice caps and jet-stream shifts to the contamination of the air, soil, and water.
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John Brock, chairman and CEO, Coca-Cola Enterprises
Top Leaders in Their Fields to Discuss Sustainability at Scheller’s May 1 Event
Major corporate executives and other thought leaders on the environment will converge at Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business at 4 p.m. on Thursday, May 1, to discuss “The Sustainability Advantage: The Art and Science of Creating Sustainable Value.”
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Evening MBA student Sophia Bromfield believes that "sustainability should be ingrained into our culture,"
MBA Student Profile: Sophia Bromfield Wants to Lead Greener Approaches to Construction Design
Sophia Bromfield believes that environmentally friendly design is going to be a factor that influences every company's real estate decisions in the future.
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Prior to joining Georgia Tech, Howard Connell was the global sustainability leader at Kimberly-Clark Corporation.
Howard Connell Named Director of Center on Business Strategies for Sustainability
Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business’ Center on Business Strategies for Sustainability recently named Howard Connell professor of the practice of sustainable business.
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