Real-world learning is one of the key components that make up many teaching environments at Goizueta. No matter the program, each professor tries to add an experiential learning element into their teaching process, including Reshma Shah, associate professor in the Practice of Marketing.
For the first time ever, 16 students, drawn from the BBA program as well as from arts majors in Emory College, had the opportunity to attend an Arts Management Trek in New York City.
Several BBA students are headed to Nicaragua as part of an experiential learning trip with Goizueta’s Social Enterprise.
How would you suggest Delta Air Lines solidify itself as the “carrier of choice for the next generation of travelers?” That question was posed by the airline to Goizueta Business School FTMBA students as part of the Delta Air Lines Mid-Semester Module International Travel Competition.
Erika James, John H. Harland Dean of Emory University’s Goizueta Business School, delivered her annual Town Hall address Wednesday afternoon to a capacity crowd of faculty, staff and students. James, who is entering her fourth academic year leading the school, took the opportunity to detail success stories from the past calendar year and inspire action as the school nears its centennial celebration.
One-Year 18MBA students are on the move and heading to Bogotá and Cartagena, Colombia this week. Students will be exposed to various business practices and new cultures after visiting several businesses in the two cities.
One week, two cities, 13 on-site corporate immersions, dozens of speakers providing limitless insights, and facilitation and support from more than 30 Emory alumni. The MEMBA West Coast Business Practice… Read more »
Students are always trying to learn and experience real-world problems and solutions while in school and one class at Goizueta is trying to help.
Six students representing Emory University’s Goizueta Business School and Master’s in Development Practice program began the Spring 2017 semester putting coursework into action at a garment factory in the Dominican… Read more »
“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.”