Five Goizueta doctoral alumni recently became tenured professors, an achievement that showcases their dedication to academic pursuits. David Kryscynski 11PhD received tenure at Brigham Young University, where he is an… Read more »
The theme of this year’s MLK Community Service Awards Program was “Standing Strong During Times of Challenge and Controversy.” The program was co-sponsored by Goizueta Business School and Rollins School of Public Health and took place on January 24 as part of Emory’s King Week.
Goizueta’s RAISE (Retention and Advanced Investment for the Southeast at Emory) Forum is a unique opportunity for entrepreneurs who wish to grow their companies and stay in the Southeast. Since… Read more »
The Delta Air Lines Leadership Coaching Fellows program continues to provide MBA students with invaluable coaching and leadership skills. The 2018-2019 Full-Time MBA fellows received certificates and awards at a… Read more »
“Tonight is about the big picture, big questions, big ideas — audacious ideas,” Assistant Professor Wesley Longhofer said as he welcomed students to the third annual Audacious Ideas Night, part of his Business and Society course for Goizueta undergraduate students.
Delta and Goizueta launched the creative, interactive competition as a way to consider company-student engagement and encourage meaningful and mutually beneficial partnerships.
At the Emory Marketing Analytics Center (EmoryMAC) Conference, speakers from an array of industries spoke on how best to use the enormous amounts of data available in an era of digital consumption.
Jose Antonio Fernandez Carbajal, chairman of FEMSA, and John Santa Maria Sr., CEO of Coca-Cola FEMSA, spoke at Goizueta on sustainability and social responsiblity before sitting down for a chat with Dean Erika James. Coca-Cola FEMSA is the largest franchise bottler of Coca-Cola products in the world, with bottling plants across Latin America.
Members of the Emory community gathered in Cannon Chapel on Monday to honor veterans and current service members.
Goizueta students and faculty traveled to Johannessburg, South Africa to attend the AHIA conference, a three-day event aiming to reduce morbidity and mortality in Africa by advising and training African scientists in business and legal areas.