On a recent visit to Atlanta, Safee Shah 16MBA joined Lt. Gen. Ken Keen, associate dean of the Leadership Development Program at Goizueta, for a “lunch and learn” session with first-year FTMBA students.
Forty-five promising undergraduate students from top business schools left this year’s Undergraduate Business School Leadership Conference at the Goizueta Business School with a better understanding of the relationship between global issues and business and inspired to make positive change.
In the world of business, understanding and establishing global relationships is key for young professionals entering the marketplace in the near future.
Last week I attended the Undergraduate Business School Leadership Conference alongside students from across the world.
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.
Leaders from Emory University’s Goizueta Business School and The Delta Air Lines Foundation opened the Delta Leadership Hub – a state-of-the art classroom and event space on Oct. 10. The… Read more »
For the first time this year, One-Year MBA, Two-Year MBA and EvMBA students witnessed what it truly means to be a leader during the Delta Air Lines Leadership Coaching Fellows Program training session recently.
How would you suggest solidifying Delta Air Lines the “carrier of choice for the next generation of travelers”? Great – now can you pitch that idea to a room of Delta executives in three minutes or… Read more »
Patmon Malcom 03MBA spoke at the Third Annual VetConnect dinner Sept. 30, citing the importance of connecting veterans to resources as they transition to civilian careers. As the keynote speaker, Malcom… Read more »
Goizueta Business School hosted the third annual Emory Marketing Analytics Conference (EmoryMAC) on March 22. The conference brings together students, faculty, alumni, and local practitioners with a shared interest in… Read more »