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Dean Alavi and the EMBA Global Business Class of 2017 traveled to Panama
From Meeting the President to a Private Tour of the Locks, Scheller College of Business’ Executive MBAs are Buzzing about Panama
In September 2017, the EMBA Global Business Class of 2017 traveled to Panama to visit Georgia Tech research centers, tour the newly-expanded Panama Canal with the Minister of Canal Affairs and Director General of Panama Metro, Roberto Roy BSIE 1985, and meet President of Panama, Juan Carlos Varela BSIE 1985.
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Scheller MBA Student Presidents Receive Most Valuable Students Award
Scheller MBA Student Presidents Receive Most Valuable Students Award
This November two Scheller College students were awarded the Most Valuable Students award at the 2nd annual Rice University MBA Student Government Leadership Summit in Houston, Texas.
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Undergraduate Students at Scheller
Scheller College of Business Undergraduate Business Program named #11 in U.S. and #1 in Georgia
Georgia Tech’s Scheller College of Business was named the #11 Best Undergraduate Business Program in the country and #1 in the state of Georgia.
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Scheller College Among World’s Best Business Schools in Sustainability
Scheller College Among World’s Best Business Schools in Sustainability
Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business is 4th in the U.S. and 10th globally in the 2017 Better World MBA rankings.
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Sean Henry, founder and chief executive officer of STORD
Scheller Undergraduate Student Named Forbes’ 30 Under 30
Scheller College of Business’ Dean’s Scholar and third-year undergraduate business student Sean Henry was recently named one of Forbes’ 2018 30 Under 30 for Manufacturing and Industry. Henry founded and serves as chief executive officer of STORD, an on-demand warehousing and distribution company that leverages capacity in independent facilities nationwide – pairing excess capacity in third-party facilities with businesses that need affordable and efficient storage solutions.
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Medical supplies in the MedShare warehouse in Decatur, GA. (Courtesy MedShare.)
More Effective Delivery Model for Humanitarian Aid
Researchers from Georgia Institute of Technology Scheller College of Business and Georgia Institute of Technology H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering have identified how medical surplus items can be distributed more effectively by humanitarian organizations.
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Dean Maryam Alavi
DEAN MARYAM ALAVI NAMED WOMAN OF THE YEAR IN 2017 WOMEN IN TECHNOLOGY AWARDS
Dean Maryam Alavi named Woman of the Year for mid-size educational institutions by Women in Technology
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Scheller College of Business Receives Acclaim at INFORMS 2017
Scheller College of Business Receives Acclaim at INFORMS 2017
Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business is pleased to announce several awards recently presented to students, faculty, and alumni at INFORMS 2017 in Houston, Texas.
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