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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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Professor Sudheer Chava discusses the impact of a firm's environmental profile in a recent article published by Environmental Leader.
Sudheer Chava Discusses Capital Cost Reductions Introduced by Socially Responsible Investing
Sudheer Chava Discusses Capital Cost Reductions Introduced by Socially Responsible Investing
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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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Pictured are women in three MBA programs (Full-time, Evening, and Executive).
U.S. News & World Report Features Scheller College in Business School Diversity Story
The soon-to-be-released Best Business Schools 2020 issue from U.S. News & World Report features Scheller College in an article "What to Consider About Business School Diversity - MBA programs are stepping up efforts to recruit and retain women and minorities."
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L-R: Kelly Barrett, senior vice president of Home Services (retired), The Home Depot; Scheller Collge of Business Dean Maryam Alavi; and Kathyrn Petralia, president and co-founder of Kabbage Inc.
International Women’s Day Event Sparks Discussion Around Career Journeys of Two Successful Businesswomen
In celebration of International Women’s Day, Scheller College of Business hosted “The Journey to the Top,” a breakfast discussion moderated by Dean Maryam Alavi featuring Senior Vice President of Home Services (retired) at The Home Depot Inc., Kelly Barrett, and President and Co-Founder of Kabbage Inc., Kathryn Petralia.
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Kiera Patterson completed her undergraduate degree at Georgia Tech and is now a Full-time MBA student at Scheller College of Business.
Diversity & Inclusion Spotlight: Kiera Patterson
Kiera Patterson completed her undergraduate degree at Georgia Tech and is now a Full-time MBA student at Scheller College of Business. She's also a 2019 Georgia Tech Diversity and Inclusion Fellow.
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Dionne Nicerkson is a Ph.D. candidate in Marketing at Scheller College of Business and Georgia Tech Diversity and Inclusion Fellow.
Diversity & Inclusion Spotlight: Dionne Nickerson
Dionne Nicerkson is a Ph.D. candidate in Marketing at Scheller College of Business and Georgia Tech Diversity and Inclusion Fellow.
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Scheller College of Business Dean Maryam Alavi recently led a discussion for the Georgia Tech Leading Women@Tech program.
Dean Maryam Alavi Presents “Women & Leadership: An Era of Innovation & Opportunity” at Georgia Tech Diversity and Inclusion Program
Dean Maryam Alavi recently led a discussion for the Georgia Tech Leading Women@Tech program.
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