For some, international exchange can sharpen independence; for others, exposure to a country can kickstart a career. Matthew Williams 05BBA is a vice president at Blue Water Energy in London, where he’s lived since 2009.
Emory’s 173rd Commencement celebrates the past, present and future of the Class of 2018 as this year’s graduates step forward to shape tomorrow’s world.
Graduation is around the corner, and more than 15,000 students, faculty, staff, friends and family are preparing for the 173rd commencement occurring on May 14 at Emory University.
Business, done right can be a catalyst for so much good. So, as we celebrate 100 years of business education at Emory University, I thought it important to honor the spirit of change that pushes us forward by recognizing some of the many people who make Goizueta great.
For students looking to add beneficial business skills to their resumes, Goizueta might have the answer.
Speaking as the keynote for the Inside Goizueta Diversity Conference this past fall, Kristin Bolton-Keys 10MBA encouraged a room of current and prospective MBA students to find moments to take a stand or, as in the case of former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, take a knee.
More than 250 women and men came together to hear from key stakeholders, network with fellow business leaders, and learn from faculty and alumni panels about women’s equality during Goizueta Business School’s second annual #GoizuetaENGAGE conference.
The Emory community gathered on the Quadrangle on Wednesday morning to honor veterans and those currently serving in the U.S. military.
Angela Fusaro 01C 17WEMBA doesn’t sleep much. “Do I need sleep? I’ll be very honest, I don’t,” Fusaro said with a smile during the most recent meeting of the Emory Entrepreneur Breakfast Series. “It’s like one of my superpowers. I don’t sleep a lot at night, but I don’t like to sleep.”
In what has become a yearly tradition, MBA news site Poets&Quants introduces you to the Goizueta Business School MBA Class of 2018.