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Georgia Tech TIGER alumni, Nate Frank and Mike Weiler, co-founders of LymphaTech
LymphaTech TI:GER team co-founders, Nate Frank and Mike Weiler, announce strategic partnership with medi®, one of the leading medical compression garment manufacturers
Georgia Tech and TIGER® alumni, Nate Frank and Mike Weiler, co-founders of LymphaTech, announced their partnership with medi® to launch medi vision, a new compression garment measuring experience that creates a fast and accurate digital scan for patients affected by edema and other conditions requiring medical compression.
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TI:GER Ph.D. Grad David Montes De Oca Zapiain
TI:GER Ph.D. Grad David Montes De Oca Zapiain with team SwiftMat Turns Machine Learning Research into Startup
Ph.D. graduate David Montes De Oca Zapiain didn’t plan to be an entrepreneur, but a great experience in Georgia Tech’s TI:GER program encouraged him to turn his research into a business plan that he is pursuing while working as a postdoc at Sandia National Laboratory. In this Q&A he talks about how he ended up staying at Tech for three degrees, and how he found a surprising level of support for taking his idea to market.
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(from left) Nitin Rai, Chairman of the Board of Trustees TiE Global, Rebecca Royster and Nordine Sebkhi
Tech TI:GER Team Wins TiE Young Entrepreneurship University Global Pitchfest Competition for Speech Disorders
Two Georgia Tech students in Scheller College of Business’ Technology Innovation: Generating Economic Results (TI:GER) program recently won first place in the inaugural The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE) Young Entrepreneurs University Global Pitchfest Competition
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(from left) Robert Venturo, Christi King (captain), Stephen Solomon, Ross Smith
Scheller 2nd Year Students Take Second Place in Race and Case Competition
The Scheller MBA Team took 2nd place at the Race and Case Competition in Denver, Colorado. The event is hosted by the Daniels College of Business (University of Denver) and provides a unique experience as a premier business ethics case competition combined with an alpine ski challenge.
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Jaime Foss and Brian Jennings
Georgia Trend’s May Issue Features Scheller College’s Associate Dean Brian Jennings and Recent Alumnus Jamie Foss
A story in Georgia Trend’s May issue titled "Mastering the Future" highlights Scheller College of Business’ experiential learning opportunities as well as the convergence of technology and business – which is perfectly aligned with Scheller College’s unique positioning at the intersection of business and technology.
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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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Brett Goodson is a Scheller College of Business MBA and TI:GER® program alumnus and founder and president of Bacon Heir.
Scheller College MBA Alumnus Brings Spotlight to Gourmet Pork Rind Trend
Scheller College MBA alumnus Brett Goodson is putting a spin on the pork rind trend.
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Declan was chosen as one of 100 featured students from a pool of 239 nominations representing over 60 business schools throughout the world.
Declan Nishiyama Named as “Best & Brightest MBAs in the Class of 2018” by Poets & Quants
Scheller College is proud to announce that Declan Nishiyama has been selected by Poets & Quants (P&Q) as “The Best & Brightest MBAs in the Class of 2018.” Declan, a 2018 graduate of the Full-time MBA Program, served as Class Vice President of Finance and captain of the MBA intramural soccer teams. He also co-founded the Scheller Student Speaker program and volunteered at Open Hand Atlanta and the local veteran’s hospital.
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