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Scheller Lunchtime Live: Drawdown Georgia - Bringing Climate Solutions Home Featuring Beril Toktay

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Friday, April 30

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Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business


Webinar - LinkedIn

 

Learn how the state of Georgia is using innovation to build a better future through Drawdown Georgia, the first state-centered effort to crowd-solve for climate change.

About

Scheller Lunchtime Live is a livestream series hosted by the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business featuring faculty, student, and alumni speakers discussing relevant topics for the tech-driven, digital age.

In this episode, Professor Beril Toktay talks about Drawdown Georgia, the first state-centered effort to crowd-solve for climate change. It utilizes the framework of Project Drawdown, a global non-profit that aims to help the world reach the point when levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere stop climbing and start to steadily decline. Join Professor Beril Toktay as she discusses how the state of Georgia is using innovation to build a better future.

Just hit "Attend event" on the LinkedIn event and refresh this page or the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business page on Friday, April 30 at 12:00 p.m. ET to access the session. Please note, you must have a LinkedIn profile in order to register and view the livestream.

 Beril ToktayAbout Beril Toktay

Beril Toktay is Professor of Operations Management, Brady Family Chairholder. Her primary research areas are sustainable operations and supply chain management. Professor Toktay's research has been funded by several National Science Foundation grants and has received distinctions such as the 2010 Brady Family Award for Faculty Research Excellence and the MSOM Society's 2015 Management Science Best Paper in Operations Management Award. Her research articles have appeared in Management Science, M&SOM, Operations Research, Production and Operations Management and Industrial Ecology. She became a Distinguished Fellow of the MSOM Society in 2017. 

Professor Toktay has taught Supply Chain Management courses at the PhD, MBA, and Executive Education levels as well as Operations Management and Operations Research courses at the PhD level. She has developed cases and pedagogical material for MBA and Executive Education audiences and co-curricular educational initiatives at the undergraduate level. She currently teaches Business Strategies for Sustainability in MBA and Executive Education programs. She's a recipient of the 2016 Ernest Scheller Jr. Award for Service Excellence and the Georgia Tech 2015 Women of Distinction Award. 

Professor Toktay served as Associate Editor for M&SOM (2007-2018), POM (2009-2013), and Management Science (2011-2017), and Area Editor (Environment, Energy and Sustainability) for Operations Research (2012-2018). She co-edited the M&SOM Special Issue on the Environment. She was the President of the MSOM Society and VP of Finance of the POM Society. At Georgia Tech, she serves as the Scheller College of Business ADVANCE Professor, a role that is focused on supporting the advancement of women and underrepresented minorities in academia. She is the founding Faculty Director of the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business and the co-architect and Executive Co-Director of Georgia Tech's Serve.Learn.Sustain Quality Enhancement Plan.