Last year, Professor Jagdish Sheth turned 80 and shows no signs of slowing down. During this year’s commencement ceremony, he received the 2019 Thomas Jefferson Award. This prestigious award honors a faculty or staff member who has significantly enriched the intellectual and civic life of the Emory community.
How do you navigate change to achieve sustained success in business? Ask Afshin Yazdian 94BBA, president of Alpharetta-based Priority Payment Systems, and he’ll tell you it’s down to two things: patience and the ability to listen to other people. And he should know.
Commencement 2019 – When the Present Meets the Future Commencement is such a special, joyous time on campus—particularly in our 100th year! It’s honestly one of the best parts of… Read more »
Get to know Dustin Finkel 00BBA in our latest Know Your Network series.
Professor of Accounting Kathryn Kadous and colleagues have received grants from The Center for Audit Quality to continue research on artificial intelligence.
Navigating a career in healthcare continues to be as thrilling as it’s been challenging, says Jeff Booth 84BBA 94MBA, executive director at Health Care Program Advisors, a boutique healthcare management consulting firm.
Associate Professor of Marketing Ryan Hamilton spoke with Wharton’s Barbara Kahn about the rapid growth of Amazon—the online, retail giant.
The Donald R. Keough Award for Excellence is the school’s highest service award and recognizes extraordinary contributions by faculty and staff.
Notable in the Class of 2020 is an increase in GMAT score and female students.
During this month’s commencement, professor and world-renowned expert Jag Sheth became the first Goizueta Business School faculty member to earn one of Emory University’s highest honors.