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Ravi Subramanian
Facilitating Student Growth through Community Impact
Ravi Subramanian, professor of operations management, partnered with Garry Harris, president of the Center for Sustainable Communities (CSC), for class projects in Business Decisions for Sustainability and Shared Value. Students had the opportunity to provide recommendations for a revitalization project that aims to foster community, increase prosperity, and promote health and well-being in a Virginia community.
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Sweet Auburn Historic District
Student Projects Unlock Sustainability Value
HDDC, an organization dedicated to developing, renovating, and restoring affordable residential and commercial property within Atlanta's Old Fourth Ward, was so impressed with recommendations from an undergraduate team in the Sustainable Business Consulting Practicum that it signed on for a second project with an MBA team. Both projects focused on the Center's social performance & human rights core theme to help support equitable civil rights movement.
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Victoria Skinner, Mark Leggiero, and Sol Haroon.
Students Develop Recommendations for E-bike Rideshare Program in Clarkston
A team of two Graduate Sustainability Fellows (Sol Haroon and Victoria Skinner) and an Undergraduate Sustainability Ambassador (Mark Leggiero) partnered with a Georgia Tech Vertically Integrated Project (VIP) to examine the transportation gap in Clarkston.
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Beril Toktay
Beril Toktay Receives Sustainability Champion Award from the Global Electronics Council
On October 7, 2021, the Global Electronics Council (GEC) honored Beril Toktay, Brady Family Chair in Management at Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business, with a Sustainability Champion Award for her work through the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business (“Center”), where she is faculty director.
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Roberta and Ernest Scheller Jr.
Tech Square Phase III to Include Scheller Tower
It is with great pleasure that we announce Scheller Tower – a new building for the Scheller College of Business in Tech Square Phase III, expected to open year-end 2022.
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Class of 2020 - EMBA Women Students
Georgia Tech Scheller College’s Executive MBA Celebrates Gender Parity Student Enrollment
Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business’ Executive MBA (EMBA) program has become one of the first nationally-ranked business schools to achieve gender parity in an MBA program.
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Sean Henry, CEO, STORD
Scheller College Undergraduate Student Sean Henry’s STORD, a CREATE-X Startup, Announced 12.3M Round of Venture Funding
STORD, an Atlanta-based start-up that provides storage space to companies, manufacturers and retailers, was launched in 2015 by Sean Henry, Scheller College of Business Dean’s Scholar, and Jacob Boudreau through Georgia Tech's CREATE-X program. In early April, the company announced a $12.3M round of venture funding.
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EXCEL Graduating Class of 2019 (from left) Frankie Sanders, Rene Reese (career development coordinator), Faith Roman, Alex Goodman, Kurt Vogel, Ankita Raghupathy (teaching assistant) and Rashad Isaac (not pictured Carrie Crayton and Natalie Jackson)
Sunday’s Front Page of Atlanta Journal Constitution Profiles EXCEL at Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business
Atlanta Journal Constitution took an in-depth look at the program, its students and accomplishments. Saturday, April 27, seven Georgia Tech students will be the first in the EXCEL (Expanding Career, Education and Leadership Opportunities) program to graduate.
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