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Ideas-to-Serve Competition, 2018
Ideas to Serve Competition – ‘Know What You Don’t Know’
Applicants for the 2019 Ideas to Serve (I2S) competition are exploring and addressing a number of issues both locally and globally from plastic waste reduction, disaster response in low-income communities, food security, global health, prison reform, education, and more!
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Carbon Reduction Challenge first-place winner Casey Erb urges a new cohort of students to become sustainability ambassadors at companies where they are interning.
Losing Carbon to Win Big at Chick-fil-A
The best sustainability solutions bring cost savings and environmental benefits together. A company’s first responsibility is to keep the lights on. Forward-thinking companies are philanthropic and environmentally conscious, but they can’t be those things effectively without first being a profitable business...
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Aashal Dave
Countdown to Commencement: Aashal Dave, Undergraduate
As part of Scheller’s Countdown to Commencement series, we interviewed a few soon-to-be graduates from our Undergraduate, MBA and Ph.D. programs to learn about their backgrounds, why they chose Scheller College, and what they plan to do after Spring 2019 commencement.
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Darby Foster, Matt Webster, host Jasmine Howard, and Rachel Luckcuck talk about their summer experiences with large corporations.
Undergrad Corporate Internships - The Intersection Podcast at Scheller
On this episode of The Intersection we sat down with Darby Foster, Rachel Luckcuck, and Matt Webster to talk about their internships with some large corporations. All three of our guests worked in the IT space with these companies and are part of the Denning Technology and Management (T&M) Program at Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business.
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Alumni Spotlight: David Hogan
Alumni Spotlight: David Hogan
David Hogan, a Georgia Tech alumnus who majored in Management and minored in Engineering & Management through the Steven A. Denning Technology & Management Program, says he “will always cherish the accessibility and willingness of faculty to teach us how to learn…and how to be accountable for the education we received.” In 2017, he received his MBA from the University of Cambridge Judge Business School. David says his educational journey has led him to some of his strongest connections— a network that has provided him with invaluable business input over the years.
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Walkter is completing his undergraduate Business Administration degree and is part of the Denning Technology & Management (T&M) Program.
Countdown to Commencement: Walker Watson
Savannah native Walker is completing his undergraduate Business Administration degree with a concentration in Operations & Supply Chain and a minor in Engineering and Business through the Denning Technology & Management (T&M) Program. During his time in the program, he traveled to 20 European countries while studying abroad at Georgia Tech-Lorraine.
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Blais Hickey, MBA student
No Such Thing as “Away”: Remanufacturing Consumer Returns in the Circular Economy
Companies around the world are placing an increased importance upon improving their reverse supply chain and returns management. The talk with David Hogan provided more insight on this growing platform.
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James Ni and Hannah Todd, a pair of Scheller College of Business undergraduate students, were crowned Homecoming 2018 Mr. & Ms. Georgia Tech. (Photo courtesy: James Ni)
Scheller College Students Crowned at 2018 Homecoming
Scheller College of Business students James Ni (BSMA 2019) and Hannah Todd (BSBA 2018) won big as they were crowned 2018 “Mr. and Ms. Georgia Tech.”
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