Goizueta’s Healthcare Futuring Competition asked students to complete a futuring, or scenario development exercise, to envision the landscape of the U.S. healthcare system in 2040. The finalists presented their visions to a team of judges on February 1 at Goizueta.
To celebrate International Women’s Day, get to know some of the student leaders making a difference on Goizueta’s campus. Below, women from the MBA class of 2019 share their views on gender balance and what #BalanceForBetter means to them.
Goizueta Business School’s Master of Science in Business Analytics program released its employment report for the class of 2018, the first graduating class of the program. One hundred percent of graduates were employed within six months.
The evening before finalists in the Goizueta Healthcare Futuring Competition presented their visions of the U.S. healthcare landscape in 2040, a panel of senior leaders across multiple sectors of the healthcare industry gathered to make their own predictions.
Goizueta Business School earned a spot in the Regional Finals of the PRMIA Risk Management Challenge held in New York City.
Each year, Grounds for Empowerment, a specialty coffee program powered by Social Enterprise @ Goizueta, visits coffee country in Nicaragua with a group of interested travelers. Watch the video and follow along as the GFE team takes you through origin in Nicaragua!
For some Goizueta alumni, Valentine’s Day is about more than flowers, chocolate and dinner reservations. It turns out that Cupid’s arrow nicked more than a few of the school’s former… Read more »
Fifty promising small businesses from Clarkston, East Lake, and Southside Atlanta have been selected for the 2019 Start:ME Accelerator, a free, intensive 14-session business training program for promising ventures in underserved metro-Atlanta communities.
In an article released this week, Poets&Quants for Undergrads named Goizueta Business School one of its 10 undergraduate business schools to watch in 2019.
The theme of this year’s MLK Community Service Awards Program was “Standing Strong During Times of Challenge and Controversy.” The program was co-sponsored by Goizueta Business School and Rollins School of Public Health and took place on January 24 as part of Emory’s King Week.