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The René A. Simon fellowship was created in 2020 to support MBA students who serve in their communities.
The René A. Simon Fellowship: Georgia Tech Scheller Alumnus Funds Support for MBA Students Who Serve
Georgia Tech Scheller MBA alumnus René A. Simon has created a fellowship to support MBA students who exemplify service excellence, particularly those who participate in the Scheller Blacks in Business Club.
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Morgan Knowlton, ISyE and Scheller Denning & Technology Program student
ISyE's Morgan Knowlton Receives Top Academic Honor from the University System of Georgia
Industrial Engineering student, Morgan Knowlton, a Scheller College student in the Denning Technology & Management Program receives top academic honor from the University System of Georgia.
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Ally Nastasi is a fourth year marketing student at the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business.
Six Things to Consider When Choosing an Undergrad Business School: Reflections From Ally Nastasi
Ally Nastasi shares her advice to high school students about how to find the business school that is right for them.
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Scheller undergraduate alum Rachel Langton served as Buzz for two years before graduating in December this past year.
Georgia Tech Scheller Grad Rachel Langston: One of Only Three Women to be Buzz, the Georgia Tech Mascot
Georgia Tech Scheller graduate Rachel Langston (BSBA ’20) talks about what it was like to be Buzz, Georgia Tech’s official mascot, for over two years – one of only three women who have fulfilled the role.
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Corporate D&I leaders Kelie Charles, The Home Depot; Keyra Lynn Johnson, Delta Air Lines; and Sue Schmidlkofer, UPS.
Dean Maryam Alavi Hosts Annual Georgia Tech Scheller Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Panel
The Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business brought together D&I leaders from Delta Air Lines, The Home Depot, and UPS for its annual Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Panel.
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In honor of Valentine’s Day, we caught up with four couples who navigated our MBA programs together.
Scheller-brate Love: Meet the Georgia Tech Scheller Couples Who Navigated Their MBAs…Together
Four Georgia Tech Scheller MBA couples talk about what it’s like going through the same MBA program as their spouse and what they enjoyed most about the experience.
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Jeff Bezos’ transition at Amazon can be understood through three corporate finance perspectives, including insider vs. outsider CEO succession, founder-managed vs. non-founder managed companies, and the chairman role.
Amazon’s Transition from Jeff Bezos to Andy Jassy: Three Perspectives from Georgia Tech Scheller Professor Narayanan Jayaraman
Georgia Tech Scheller Professor Narayanan Jayaraman weighs in on the transition in leadership at Amazon, presenting three different research lenses from which to examine the change.
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GameStop, the Little Guy, and Wall Street: Georgia Tech Scheller Faculty Weigh In On What’s Really Going On
GameStop, the Little Guy, and Wall Street: Georgia Tech Scheller Faculty Weigh In On What’s Really Going On
Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business Faculty Jonathan Clarke and Robbie Moon discuss GameStop and what it means for the future of Wall Street, hedge funds, short sellers, and the average person.
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