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John Rice, founder and CEO, Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT)
Scheller College Focuses on Diversity as Host for Management Leadership for Tomorrow Seminar
Scheller College of Business is working to create the next business leaders. Three hundred high-achieving, pre-qualified prospective MBA students will come to Scheller College as part of a pre-MBA prep seminar designed for African Americans, Latinos and Native Americans. The seminar will take place June 16-18, 2017.
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Scheller College Professor Beril Toktay, faculty director of the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business
Georgia Tech Professors Take the Carbon Reduction Challenge from Class to Co-op
Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business is looking to creating the next leaders to take on carbon reduction, thanks to an innovative new co-curricular initiative launched in partnership with the College of Sciences. Starting in May 2017, Professors Kim Cobb (College of Sciences) and Beril Toktay have joined forces to run the Internship and Co-op Carbon Challenge.
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Venture Lab Competition -Brian Schmatz (4th from right) and Jordan Gulli (2nd from right)
New TI:GER Teams Wrapping Up a Successful First Year
The new incoming class of TI:GER students did outstanding work this year on their commercialization plans with several teams already achieving major recognition.
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Bryan Church, professor of accounting, began at Tech in 1986.
Scheller College Remembers Professor Bryan Church
Professor Bryan Kevin Church, a teacher, scholar, husband, father, brother, and friend, known by his colleagues as a brilliant academic who did not take himself too seriously, died on Saturday, April 29.
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Boldt is among the 100 "Best and Brightest" MBAs from the Class of 2017.
Scheller Graduate Selected as one of the World’s "Best and Brightest" MBAs
Kevin Boldt has been selected for Poets & Quants’ list of the 100 “best and brightest” MBAs chosen from 59 business schools across the globe.
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Farzeen plans to work with ScottMadden as an associate after graduation.
Countdown to Commencement – Farzeen Tejani
Meet Farzeen Tejani. Farzeen is from Atlanta and earned her bachelor’s degree in architecture with an architecture history certificate from Georgia Tech.
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D'Andre Waller plans to start with Accenture in Atlanta after graduation.
From Yellow Jackets to Worker Bees - D'Andre Waller
Fifth-year mechanical engineer D’Andre Waller took advantage of the interdisciplinary opportunities at Georgia Tech through the Denning T&M Program.
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Gaurav will start with Deloitte as a senior consultant after graduation.
Countdown to Commencement – Gaurav Singh
Meet Gaurav Singh. Gaurav is from Faridabad, Haryana (India) and earned his bachelor’s in electrical engineering from Vellore Institute of Technology in India.
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