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Scheller College of Business alumnus, Tina Boyd (right), was promoted to the rank of Brigadier General in the U.S. Army Reserve.
Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business Female Alumnus Promoted to Rank of Brigadier General
Tina Boyd, a Scheller College of Business alumnus, was recently promoted to the rank of Brigadier General in the U.S. Army Reserve. Find out why she chose to have her promotion ceremony on Georgia Tech's campus.
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Scheller College M.D./MBA dual-degree is highlighted in Diverse: Issues of Higher Education.
Scheller College M.D./MBA Dual Degree Featured in Diverse: Issues of Higher Education
Diverse: Issues In Higher Education profiled the Scheller College and Morehouse School of Medicine M.D./MBA dual-degree program.
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From left: Sadde Salaices, Dan Jester, host Jasmine Howard, and Joe Carothers
Scheller College of Business Observes Veterans Day 2018
In recognition of Veterans Day, the Intersection Podcast sat down with three of our active duty and veteran MBA students to talk about their experiences in the military and at Scheller College and how both are helping to shape their futures.
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Scheller College of Business Dean Maryam Alavi and Morehouse School of Medicine President and Dean Dr. Valerie Montgomery Rice introduce the “White Coats and Yellow Jackets” partnership.
White Coats and Yellow Jackets
On Friday, September 21, Scheller College of Business Dean Maryam Alavi and Morehouse School of Medicine President and Dean Dr. Valerie Montgomery Rice announced a dual-degree partnership between Scheller College of Business (SCOB) and Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM) that will enable MSM M.D. students to complete their medical and business degrees in just five years.
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Scheller College of Business MBA Programs Office Receives Diversity Champion Unit Award
Scheller College of Business MBA Programs Office Receives Diversity Champion Unit Award
Scheller College’s MBA Programs Office was selected as the 2018 recipient of the Diversity Champion Unit Award and will receive the award at the Georgia Tech Diversity Symposium Awards luncheon, September 5, 2018.
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Dean Maryam Alavi Outlines Multi-Faceted Diversity Efforts in Atlanta Business Chronicle
Dean Maryam Alavi Outlines Multi-Faceted Diversity Efforts in Atlanta Business Chronicle
In an editorial featured in Atlanta Business Chronicle’s July 27, 2018 Executive Education guide, Dean Maryam Alavi outlined the wide range of efforts within Scheller College of Business and throughout Georgia Tech in pursuit of a more diverse and inclusive campus.
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Marybeth Bucklen, Evening MBA Student
A Sustainable & Socially Responsible Career
I stood in the sunny atrium of the Atlanta Hilton Hotel, taking in the sights and sounds of women networking with representatives from companies and organizations sponsoring the 2018 Forté MBA Women’s Leadership Conference. The conference, hosted by the Forté Foundation from June 15-16, 2018, was advertised as an event where women could “explore career paths, meet recruiters and mentors, and hear from today’s most influential businesswomen.” When the Scheller College of Business (in which I am a second-year student in the Evening MBA Program) offered me a ticket to the conference, I jumped at the opportunity to attend.
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Scheller College was one of largest groups at the conference, with over 50 attendees and panelists.
Scheller Women Celebrate the Forté MBA Women’s Leadership Conference in Atlanta
Each summer, hundreds of MBA women gather for Forté Foundation’s MBA Women’s Leadership Conference for career preparation, professional development, and networking. With the 2018 conference in Atlanta, Scheller College boasted over 50 attendees and contributed panelists throughout the conference weekend.
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