Nick Harris 08EvMBA wants to enhance your online shopping experience.
When Aurora Hill 17EvMBA was introduced to the Delta Leadership Coaching Fellows Program (LCF), she figured it would be just another class, definitely worthwhile but not transformative.
Since 2015, Alpa Sutaria 96MBA has been working on some of the biggest transformations in The Coca-Cola Company’s recent history, each with a set of sticky, challenging problems and opportunities.
Aty Biswese 14WEMBA began his journey into entrepreneurship at age 25. The Morehouse grad was enjoying his work as a consultant in Chicago, with his first nice apartment in the South Loop area, when divine intervention altered his path.
Age 18 is often seen as a rite of passage, swinging open the doors for students to enter college, the workplace, and increased independence. But for young adults with special needs, graduating from high school ends the legal mandate public schools have to provide support and training.
Kathryn Kadous is the new associate dean of the Goizueta doctoral program. Her appointment was announced during a reception for the graduating PhD students in May.
When faculty members want help crafting a syllabus or using technology to enhance the learning experience, they call on Jackie Conner, director of academic affairs and instructional design (ID). Conner leads the instructional design team that works behind the scenes to support faculty and make the classroom experience seamless.
For once, Zander Lurie 99JD/MBA was tired of being the lone outsider in the room.
For more than 15 years, the unbeatable team of Joanna Green and James Freeman has served the Goizueta community, often in anonymity.
“I believe business schools should be in service to the business community,” James says. “We are about more than excellent academics for students or a consistent vehicle for career success. We are about adding value to the world through research, problem solving, and lifelong learning.”