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Three Reasons Georgia Tech Scheller Is Ranked No. 1 in Business Analytics
U.S. News & World Report ranks Scheller’s undergraduate and graduate business analytics programs No. 1 among public universities and No. 3 overall in the nation. Here are three reasons why.
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Tevin Washington, Roddy Jones, and Isiah Willis are all Georgia Tech football players who have been a part of Scheller’s MBA programs.
From Bobby Dodd Stadium to the Scheller MBA Classroom: Georgia Tech Football Players Reflect on their MBA Journeys
In the spirit of Georgia Tech Homecoming, we talked to a few former Georgia Tech football players who are a part of Scheller’s MBA programs about their MBA journeys.
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Ed Bastian, CEO of Delta Airlines
Georgia Tech Scheller Dean Maryam Alavi Hosts a Conversation with Ed Bastian, CEO of Delta Air Lines
Dean Maryam Alavi speaks with Ed Bastian, CEO of Delta, about the company’s plan for the future, air travel in a post-Covid world, and racial equity.
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Scheller College of Business Advisory Board Welcomes Seven New Members
Seven new corporate leaders join Scheller’s Advisory Board
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During an ILSI Impact presentation, a group of Atlanta changemakers discussed what civic innovation is and how to organize for social change.
What is Civic Innovation? Four Strategies for Contributing to a More Equitable Society
Civic innovation. It’s a concept that is gaining increased relevance as our society recognizes the fact that all citizens can and should be empowered to be problem solvers. Civic innovation elevates community-driven ideas and solutions to address inequality and build trust in the public sector. And it’s a mindset each of us can engage in.
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Top row: Senator Tonya Anderson (D-Lithonia); Representative Houston Gaines (R-Athens); Bottom row: Doug Ammar, Executive Director of the Georgia Justice Project; and Lisa McGahan, Policy Director at the Georgia Justice Project
Scheller Institute for Leadership and Social Impact Hosts Conversation on Criminal Justice Reform, Racial Disparities, and Bipartisanship
The Scheller College of Business Institute for Leadership and Social Impact hosted a discussion on Georgia’s new criminal justice reform bill, racial disparities in the criminal justice system, and how bipartisanship can make a difference in the
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Eric Frey, a second year Georgia Tech Scheller Full-time MBA student, has been named a Poets&Quants First Generation MBA.
Sailing to Success: Meet Eric Frey, a Poets&Quants First-Generation MBA
Eric Frey is a second-year Scheller Full-time MBA student, Double Jacket, and Poets&Quants First Generation MBA.
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First-year Full-time Scheller MBA student Luis Trejo reflects on the questions he asked himself while he was beginning his MBA journey.
Questions to Ask Yourself When Considering an MBA: Reflections by Luis Trejo
First-year Full-time MBA student Luis Trejo offers insight into what questions he reflected on at the beginning of his MBA journey.
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