Alumni, students, faculty and staff recently came together for Goizueta’s first Entrepreneurship Connect Night at the Atlanta Tech Village, a Goizueta partner incubator.
Alumni from as far as India descended upon the Emory campus to reconnect and create new acquaintances and memories during Homecoming 2018 and Family Weekend.
Communication and perception might be the two most important aspects that determine whether a woman is promoted or not.
These themes continued to bubble to the top during a recent alumni panel discussion hosted by the Emory Alumni Association and the Emory Office of Corporate Relations.
Business education has been an integral part of Emory University’s identity since 1919. As Goizueta’s 100th anniversary approaches, Dean Erika James has selected one of the school’s most recognized and active staff members to lead the birthday effort.
Treating patients via remote telehealth is going to continue to transform the healthcare field, providing greater convenience, specialization and reduced costs for consumers, according to panelists who participated in a recent discussion on healthcare trends, partnerships and capital investment.
Students interested in Goizueta’s Evening MBA program were invited to come and hear Senior Lecturer in Organization & Management and Distinguished Lecturer in Entrepreneurship Charlie Goetz as well as alum Sherezad Rehmann 15EvMBA speak during a fireside chat.
Starting and maintaining a business is no easy task. Several Emory alumni know this firsthand, which is why the Emory Entrepreneur Network in conjunction with the Emory Alumni Association recently recognized 25 entrepreneurs and Emory alumni during the second annual 2017 Emory Entrepreneur Awards.
Speaking as the keynote for the Inside Goizueta Diversity Conference this past fall, Kristin Bolton-Keys 10MBA encouraged a room of current and prospective MBA students to find moments to take a stand or, as in the case of former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, take a knee.
“Women Wired for Change” was the theme of the 2017 Executive Women of Goizueta conference held at Atlanta’s St. Regis hotel this past fall.
When Abbey Kocan 09MBA took a sabbatical with her husband to Tanzania, she never expected to tumble right into her purpose. But she did.