Leading inventors, investors and entrepreneurs in the healthcare industry discussed innovation in healthcare on the RAISE Forum “Rise” Panel, an event that provides interested members of the public an opportunity to network and hear from industry experts ahead of the biannual RAISE Forum.
The Full-Time MBA program moved to No. 22 in a biennial ranking announced today by Forbes. The ranking places an emphasis on career outcomes and returns on investment for a school’s graduates.
Students accepted to the BBA program attended Orientation at Kaplan Mitchell Retreat Center August 25 – 26. The overnight retreat is designed to facilitate students’ transition into the BBA program while beginning the process of building leadership capacities like resilience, interdependence, and coping with risk and ambiguity.
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.
Goizueta’s Business Communication Strategy class offered in the BBA program is centered around a case study competition. This semester, students focused on data analysis and collection as they developed communication strategies for SurveyMonkey.
Eleven Goizueta MBA candidates traveled to Johannesburg to attend the fourth annual Advancing Healthcare Innovation in Africa conference, which supports innovative health products and services created by Africans for Africans.
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 »
Professors T.I. Kim and Diwas KC find that banning hospital #advertising could increase patient readmissions.
Alumni making it to the Emory University campus for homecoming this fall will have plenty to see and do. Beyond the reunions, events, and dinners, Goizueta Business School will also… Read more »
Assistant Professor of Gonzalo Maturana and colleagues find that leaders that cheat at home are more likely to cheat at work.