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At 84 years old, Robert “Bob” Owens 55MBA insists on carrying a camera bag up a flight of stairs. “How do you think I got to be 84?” he asks, depositing the bag on the landing.
One of the biggest reasons Ryan Brown 17MBA came to Goizueta was to develop leadership skills—not only from the top down, he explained, but his peer-to-peer leadership skills as well.
Shortly after Shehzad Mian began teaching in Goizueta’s executive MBA program, he had an ah-ha moment. As he scanned the classroom, he took inventory of the collective knowledge seated in front of him.
Montevideo is Uruguay’s capital and its largest city; nearly half of the country’s population lives there—including several Goizueta alums: Javier Jasinski 01MBA, Andrés Mokobocki...
The 2nd Annual Emory Entrepreneurship Summit, a two-day conference designed to encourage, celebrate and enhance entrepreneurship among Emory students, opened March 31 at Goizueta with...
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