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Breckyn Wood

Breckyn Wood
Breckyn Wood is an Atlanta-based freelance editor and writer. Before going freelance, Breckyn worked in the marketing department at Emory University School of Law as the assistant editor of its alumni magazine, Emory Lawyer, and, before that, as an editorial intern for Brigham Young University's alumni magazine.

Executive Women of Goizueta Present New Virtual Speaker Series

Executive Women of Goizueta Conference 2019
The 2021 Executive Women of Goizueta Virtual Speaker Series will focus on “Carving New Pathways for Leadership and Growth.”

Goizueta welcomes new faculty

Rajiv Garg, Jeffrey Byrne, and Teri Lombardi Yohn
Classes may look different this fall than in previous years, but whether on campus or online, there will be four new faculty faces...

New arts foundation honors professor’s wife

After the sudden and tragic passing of his wife in 2015, Patrick Noonan, professor in the practice of decision & information analysis, has worked with the Atlanta theater community to create a nonprofit to honor her memory—the Jo Howarth Noonan Foundation for the Performing Arts, which seeks particularly to commission new plays with greater roles for actresses over 40.

Back-to-back wins for PhD alum

In an impressive display of scholarly muscle, Anthony Koschmann 16PhD, assistant professor of marketing at Eastern Michigan University, won first place in the Research Division at the annual Broadcast Education Association conference in Las Vegas and was selected to be the US representative at the International Marketing Trends Conference in Madrid, Spain, where ten other countries were also represented, including France, India, Germany, and New Zealand.

2017 Sheth Award winners

March 2017 saw another worthy batch of PhD students awarded the Sheth Fellowship. Sponsored by Jagdish Sheth, Charles H. Kellstadt Professor of Marketing, and his wife, Madhuri Sheth, the $1,000 award provides much-needed funds to doctoral candidates who pass their comprehensive exams.

Lee Pasackow retires

Lee Pasackow, beloved librarian for the Goizueta Business Library, is closing the book on her 13 years at Emory. Her retirement, though a great loss for the business school, is certainly well earned.

Goizueta Business School welcomes new faculty

Goizueta welcomes new faculty including (from left to right) Vilma Todri, assistant professor of information systems & operations management; Rohan Ganduri, assistant professor of...

New BBA course shows undergrads the ropes of lean startups

This past spring semester saw a new class crop up on the Goizueta undergraduate course catalogue: Applied Lean Startup, taught by alumnus and adjunct...

Goizueta gives boost to women coffee growers

When you brew your morning coffee, chances are those beans passed through the hands of a number of women before they reached your cup....

Goizueta librarian becomes three-time Fulbright recipient

Lee Pasackow’s world extends far beyond the bookshelves of Goizueta Business Library. Pasackow, a Goizueta Business librarian and three-time Fulbright Specialist Grant recipient, is...

Office of Spiritual and Religious life journeys to South Africa

If you’re looking for an experience that will change your life and the way you see the world, look no further. Housed in the Office...

Emory Impact Investing Group gains momentum

A passionate band of Emory students is changing Atlanta, one small business loan at a time. Nineteen students, from Goizueta and everywhere else on campus,...