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  • Ramblin' Roundtable: Technology and Mobility - The Intersection Podcast

    Kicking off a new Intersection roundtable podcast series 'Ramblin' Roundtable', host Jasmine chats with MBA Candidates Stephen Stradley and Sunny Gupta, and Professor Patricia Mokhtarian from the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering about trends in and the future of mobility.

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  • Scheller College Faculty Discuss Sustainable Business in Climate Symposium

    The faculty affiliated with the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business participated in the Global Climate Action Symposium. The event brought together engineers, government delegates, business and policy experts, activists, and students from around the world. It was jointly sponsored by Georgia Tech and six European consulates during European Climate Diplomacy Week.

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  • Swire Discusses Recent “Right to be Forgotten” Ruling by EU’s Higher Court in Google’s Fight About Data Privacy for EU Citizens

    Peter Swire, professor at Scheller College of Business talks about the Court of Justice for the European Union's decision on Google's use of EU citizens' data.

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  • University Global Compact's (UGC) Inaugural Meeting Highlighting UN’s Sustainable Development Goals Includes President Cabrera, Other Georgia Tech Participants

    Six universities and higher education organizations including Georgia Tech participated in the University Global Compact’s (UGC) inaugural “17-Rooms-U” at Rutgers University. Georgia Tech President Dr. Ángel Cabrera and Beril Toktay, Scheller professor among attendees.

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  • Scheller Faculty Beril Toktay Featured in Recent AP Article on Amazon’s Commitment to Tackling Climate Change

    Amazon released its carbon footprint earlier this week and its greenhouse gas emissions are close to those of a small nation. However, they have committed to becoming carbon neutral by 2040. Professor Beril Toktay provides an assessment of their plans.

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