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Scheller College Digest

August 2014 Newsletter

Scheller College Tailors Custom Program for China Mobile's Top Executives

Twenty-eight top executives from China Mobile, the leading mobile services provider in mainland China, traveled to Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business for the custom program “IT Transformation and Innovation in the Digital Age.”

Developed by Scheller College’s Huang Executive Education Center, this custom program ran August 11-15 and was led by IT Management Professors Jeffrey Hu and D.J. Wu.

Ranked 6th in the world for the Information Technology specialty by Bloomberg Businessweek, Scheller College is a great fit for companies needing to develop IT-related custom programs, Hu says.

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Scheller Professors Receive Numerous Honors


Georgia Tech Receives $2 Million Grant from Walmart and The Walmart Foundation


Leadership for Social Good Study-Abroad Program Engages Students with Social Enterprises

Study: Early Bottlenecks in Developing Biopharmaceutical Products Delay Commercialization

An analysis of patented university inventions licensed to biotechnology firms has revealed early bottlenecks on the path to commercialization, according to Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business researchers.

To open these roadblocks, the researchers suggest that better communication of basic research results during the discovery stage could lead to faster commercialization down the road.

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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. At the time (2003), the European Union had just mandated producer responsibility for end-of-life products in the electronics industry.

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Faculty Profile: Tax Law Expert Davis-Nozemack Shifts Focus from Clients to Students

Some university professors follow a direct route to their positions: undergraduate degree, doctoral degree, assistant professor, and so on. Other professors come to teaching in a more circuitous route—via other careers—and often use these varied experiences to inform their teaching. Karie Davis-Nozemack is one such professor.

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Alumni Profile: Joseph W. Evans Boosting Value of Tech's Business Degrees

Joe Evans wasn't sent to college to discover the meaning of life or to "find himself." He was sent to college for one primary reason: "to make myself employable," the 1971 industrial management graduate says matter-of-factly.

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Fall 2014 IMPACT Speaker Series


Upcoming MBA Information Sessions


Lean Six Sigma Certification

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