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Richard Huckaby, T&M student and first-generation graduate
T&M Student Richard Huckaby Celebrates First-Generation Graduation
When Richard Huckaby crosses Georgia Tech’s McCamish Pavilion stage on May 5 with his diploma in computer engineering, it will represent a big first: Richard will be the first in his family to graduate from a four-year university — and with an engineering degree, no less. Richard didn’t stop at an engineering major though; he also completed a minor in engineering & business as part of the Denning Technology & Management (T&M) Program.
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In September, Foster will begin his career as a strategy analyst with Kurt Salmon, part of Accenture Strategy.
Georgia-Grown Graduate John Foster Adds White and Gold Pride to His Family
A year ago, John Foster’s older brother graduated with a degree in finance from Georgia Tech, making him the first in the family to go to Tech. “My mom’s side of the family is composed exclusively of die-hard UGA fans,” said Foster, who earned his Georgia Tech degree in May 2018. “So, it’s a nice little dose of rebellion to graduate from Georgia’s most prestigious college.”
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After graduation, William will return to SunTrust Bank, where he completed a summer internship.
Countdown to Commencement: William Courrèges-Clercq
Meet undergraduate student William Courrèges-Clercq. He describes himself as someone who “strives to love others and live life sincerely and authentically.” As part of our Countdown to Commencement series, we spent some time with a few soon-to-be graduates from our undergraduate and MBA programs to learn about their backgrounds, why they chose Scheller College, and what they plan to do with their degrees after Spring 2018 Commencement.
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Ernest Scheller, Jr. visited the Georgia Tech campus and his namesake Scheller College of Business in Spring 2018.
Ernest Scheller, Jr. Visits His Namesake College
From meeting with Bud Peterson to spending time with students and listening to final presentations, including Denning Technology & Management (T&M) Program, TI:GER, and Full-time MBA strategy capstone, Mr. Ernest Scheller, namesake of Scheller College of Business, spent a day on campus this Spring.
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Evie Owens, Undergraduate student, and Kelly Barrett, The Home Depot’s Senior Vice President Home Services
Two Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business Students Selected Poets & Quants Best and Brightest Undergraduate Business Majors for 2018
Undergraduate students, Amir Bouhafs and Evie Owens, were named “Best & Brightest Business Majors” by Poets & Quants for Undergrads.
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Scheller College's Emphasis on Entrepreneurship and Technology is a Good Fit for Marc Frankel
Scheller College's Emphasis on Entrepreneurship and Technology is a Good Fit for Marc Frankel
As a high-school student, when Marc Frankel started driving, he made a deal with his mother to always check-in. But he would forget to check-in some mornings, and his vigilant mother would text him to make sure he was safe and sound. He began thinking of better ways that would be a win-win for everyone. What happened next is amazing.
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D'Andre Waller plans to start with Accenture in Atlanta after graduation.
From Yellow Jackets to Worker Bees - D'Andre Waller
Fifth-year mechanical engineer D’Andre Waller took advantage of the interdisciplinary opportunities at Georgia Tech through the Denning T&M Program.
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Denning T&M Program Profile: Rehman Pirani
Profile: Rehman Pirani
Pirani, who went to high school in Johns Creek, was torn between Georgia Tech and the University of Georgia, but he made up his mind at an event for Dean’s Scholars at the Scheller College of Business.
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