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Stan Broome, Assistant Director, Undergraduate Career Education
Helping Students Achieve Their Career Goals: Meet Stan Broome
As assistant director of Undergraduate Career Education in the Scheller College of Business, Stan Broome manages recruitment relationships with corporations and teaches career development classes to business students.
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U.S. News & World Report Ranks Two Scheller College of Business Undergraduate Programs Top 5 Nationally Among Business Schools
U.S. News & World Report Ranks Two Scheller College of Business Undergraduate Programs Top 5 Nationally Among Business Schools
The U.S. News and World Report’s 2020 Best Colleges rankings were announced Monday September 9, and two of Scheller College of Business’ Undergraduate programs were selected in the top five programs among all business schools in the U.S. The two programs are Management Information Systems, ranked No. 3, and Quantitative Analysis/Methods, ranked No. 4.
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Dean Maryam Alavi
Dean Alavi Presented with Award at 11th Annual Diversity Symposium
At the 11th Annual Diversity Symposium, held Wednesday, September 4, 2019, Maryam Alavi, Dean, Scheller College of Business and Stephen P. Zelnak Jr. Chair, was the recipient of the prestigious 2019 Diversity Champion Faculty Award. Dean Alavi was recognized for her many contributions toward creating a diverse and inclusive community at Scheller College and Georgia Tech.
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Dr. Raphael Bostick speaks to Scheller students
Dr. Raphael Bostick, President and CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Visits Scheller College of Business Finance Class
Professor Gary T. Jones welcomed Dr. Raphael Bostic, president and chief executive officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, to his Management of Financial Institutions class at Georgia Tech’s Scheller College of Business on Thursday, August 29 for a discussion of the role of the Federal Reserve and its effects on today’s markets.
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Left to right: Bob Lax, Stephanie Streaty, Karis Hackmann, Jillian Bolak, Caitlin Ryan, William Thompson, Eric Overby, and Judy Adler. Photo courtesy of Selen Beduk.
“Time-Traveling” MBA Students Discuss Progress Solving Global Sustainability Issues
Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business entered a time machine on August 20, 2019—and came out ten years in the future. During the “Reports from the Future” symposium, MBA students, pretending it was the year 2029, spoke about the progress society has made addressing global issues related to environmental and social sustainability.
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Jonathan Clarke Provides Finance Tips for College Students in U.S. News & World Report
Jonathan Clarke Provides Finance Tips for College Students in U.S. News & World Report
In an August 20th U.S. News & World Report article titled "Ways to Save Money in College," Scheller professor Jonathan Clarke weighs in on how college students can achieve stronger financial success. He notes the importance of building a budget to help stretch a paycheck
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TI:GER Ph.D. Grad David Montes De Oca Zapiain
TI:GER Ph.D. Grad David Montes De Oca Zapiain with team SwiftMat Turns Machine Learning Research into Startup
Ph.D. graduate David Montes De Oca Zapiain didn’t plan to be an entrepreneur, but a great experience in Georgia Tech’s TI:GER program encouraged him to turn his research into a business plan that he is pursuing while working as a postdoc at Sandia National Laboratory. In this Q&A he talks about how he ended up staying at Tech for three degrees, and how he found a surprising level of support for taking his idea to market.
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L-R-Peter Heitzelman, President & CEO, Cobb EMC, Ventakeh Kini, former CEO, Coca-Cola India & Co-founder, Ubuntoo, Dr. Bernard Kippelen, Joseph Petit Professor of Electrical Engineering, (GT) & President, Institute Lafayette, France, and Debra Lam, Managing Director of Smart Cities & Inclusive Innovation for Georgia Tech
U.S. India Business Forum Highlights Economic Partnerships in Technology Development
The 10th Annual USA India Business Forum and the 25th Annual Georgia Tech Global Business Forum was held August 27-28 at the Academy of Medicine. The event, titled “Global Advanced Industries: Creating Local Opportunities,” was sponsored by the Sheller College of Business’ Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER), the USA India Business Summit (UIBS), and the Georgia Department of Economic Development.
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