A jam-packed schedule of enriching conferences is just as much a sign of autumn at Goizueta as changing leaves and cooler weather.
Goizueta’s student-run real estate private equity fund continues to outdo itself, seven years after its inception.
After an initial pilot program last spring, Goizueta will now offer a diploma in Executive Coaching in partnership with Emory’s Psychoanalytic Institute starting winter 2020.
Two years after its inception, the Entrepreneurs-in-Residence (EiR) program at Goizueta is going strong and welcomes a new cohort of six members. These seasoned entrepreneurs offer a wealth of experience and insight to students.
A new HR practice has emerged at Goizueta this year, one that will help the school run a bit more like a business. The “Career Pathing Project” is a concerted effort to increase retention and employee satisfaction by developing clear career paths for staff members.
Goizueta Business School welcomed four new faculty members in Fall 2019.
Faculty lined the spiral staircase in the East Wing of Goizueta Business School earlier in the Fall to applaud the hard work done by the building team and IT support crew in recent office renovations.
This year, 41 Goizueta students set off to spend the Fall semester in 11 different countries across four continents. In turn, Goizueta welcomed 48 students to the United States. Siddhant Jalan is here from Singapore Management University.
ATLANTA, Aug. 27, 2019 – Recognized for its generous contributions to Atlanta, Start:ME Atlanta was awarded a 2019 Lighting the Way Award and $75,000 grant by the SunTrust Foundation. The SunTrust… Read more »
Professor of Accounting Kathryn Kadous and two other professors were recently named recipients of the Deloitte Foundation Wildman Medal Award by the American Accounting Association for their paper, “Audits of Complex Estimates as Verification of Management Numbers: How Institutional Pressures Shape Practice.”