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Mondo Merkato Podcast Series from CIBER Invites Listeners to Learn More about International Business through Storytelling
Mondo Merkato Podcast Series from CIBER Invites Listeners to Learn More about International Business through Storytelling
How does soft drink king Pepsi and the internationally renowned pop group ABBA trade with the Soviet Union when rubles are useless? How does Blockchain works outside the public image of being tied predominately to Bitcoin? Listen to the Mondo Merkato podcast series from CIBER to find out.
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Scheller MBA students visited Salesforce and other companies on the annual West Coast Tech Trek.
Scheller MBA Students Travel West for Tech Trek
Before heading home for winter break this past December, 29 Scheller MBA students traveled to the San Francisco Bay Area for the College’s annual West Coast Tech Trek.
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Dr. Terry Blum, professor, Tedd Munchak Chair in Entrpreneurship and faculty director, Institute for Leadership and Entrepreneurship
Changing the Opportunities for Women as Leaders through Servant Leadership
Statistically, men still serve in more leadership roles than women. However, a recent study published by Scheller College of Business professor and Tedd Munchak Chair in Entrepreneurship, Dr. Terry Blum, and colleague Dr. Jim Lemoine (U. Buffalo) asserts that where servant leadership is practiced in the workplace it provides an environment that creates servant followers and provides a leadership advantage for women servant leaders.
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David Rowland speaks to first-year MBA students at the Re-CHARGE event
Scheller College of Business MBA Students Re-CHARGE with David Rowland
Scheller College’s first-year Full-time MBA students had the opportunity to hear Executive Chairman of Accenture and Scheller alum, David Rowland, speak on how his experiences have shaped his view of leadership at Scheller’s Re-CHARGE event on January 10, 2020.
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Students at Prague Castle in the Leadership for Social Good Study Abroad Program
Summer Abroad Program Offers Students Opportunities to Work with Non-profits for Positive Change
The Leadership for Social Good (LSG) Study Abroad program is taking applications from students across disciplines for its summer semester abroad. The program provides an opportunity to make a positive impact globally by working with non-profit partner organizations in Budapest, Hungary, Prague, Czech Republic, and Vienna, Austria.
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l-r John and Jey Britto
Georgia Tech Father and Son Graduate Together at 2019 Commencement Ceremony
While it is highly improbable for a father and son to attend the same university at the same time, that’s exactly what John Britto and his son Jeyanth (Jey) did.
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Poets & Quants Ranks Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business’ Undergraduate Program Top 20  in the U.S.
Poets & Quants Ranks Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business’ Undergraduate Program Top 20 in the U.S.
Scheller College of Business’ Undergraduate Program has been named #14 Best Undergraduate Business Program in the U.S. and #5 Best Undergraduate Business Program at a public university in the U.S. by Poets and Quants in their just-released 2020 rankings for undergraduate programs.
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Graduate Sustainability Fellows and Undergraduate Ambassadors
The Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business Announces 2019-20 Scheller College Graduate Sustainability Fellows and Undergraduate Ambassadors
The Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business at Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business is delighted to announce the 2019-20 Graduate Sustainability Fellows and Undergraduate Sustainability Ambassadors. This year, 11 graduate and seven undergraduate students will deepen their engagement in sustainability by working on projects and participating in activities related to sustainable business.
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