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 Full-Time MBA Program at Emory University’s Goizueta Business School placed 21st in program rankings released today by Bloomberg Businessweek. The placement continues Goizueta’s streak of top-25 rankings by the publication dating back to 2002. Rankings… Read more »
Emory University’s Goizueta Business School and FedEx announced a five-year, $1,000,000 agreement today to bring real-life data and problem-solving opportunities to students in one of the nation’s premier graduate programs.
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 »
With a sunset-lit Atlanta skyline in the background, more than 250 alumni, faculty and staff recently gathered on the rooftop of the well-known Ponce City Market for the annual Goizueta All Alumni Atlanta Mixer.
Erika James, John H. Harland Dean of Emory University’s Goizueta Business School, delivered her annual Town Hall address Wednesday afternoon to a capacity crowd of faculty, staff and students. James, who is entering her fourth academic year leading the school, took the opportunity to detail success stories from the past calendar year and inspire action as the school nears its centennial celebration.
Dean Erika James has been selected as the ‘Most Admired CEO’ for the education category by the Atlanta Business Chronicle. Dean James will be honored during an awards ceremony on August 24.
During Women’s History Month, Erika James, John H. Harland Dean and a professor of organization & management, spoke at two events in Texas as part of the Emory Alumni Association’s faculty series.
Business plays a vital role in solving society’s problems. This has been true for generations — from early instances of trade to today’s complex and connected international economies.
“To be truly distinctive as a business school, we must do two things. First, we must be intentional about identifying mutual benefit between our efforts and the myriad industries we serve. Then, we must leverage our distinctive culture and values to make sure these efforts have meaningful impact…”