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Princeton review ranks Emory

Happy students enjoy a high quality of life, and Emory University captured first place in Princeton Review’s annual quality of life rankings, published in...

Fresh design facilitates collaboration

Goizueta is getting a new look! Renovations began last winter to more efficiently use the building’s space and to infuse the school with a...

Dean’s #MatchME campaign nets over $34,000; aids business development

Thanks to a matching gift challenge by Goizueta’s Dean Erika James to spur contributions, the Start:ME Accelerator Program is off to a rousing start....

Doctoral alumni gain tenure

Five Goizueta doctoral alumni recently became tenured professors, an achievement that showcases their dedication to academic pursuits. David Kryscynski 11PhD received tenure at Brigham...

New fund created for business doctoral education

The Laney Graduate School and Goizueta have recently established the Allison Gilmore Fund for Business Doctoral Education.

Undergrads take arts management trek to NYC

Undergraduate students at Goizueta along with arts majors in Emory College were treated to an insider’s tour of New York City’s art scene earlier this year.

Barefoot to lead 100th anniversary efforts

Business education has been an integral part of Emory University’s identity since 1919. As Goizueta’s 100th anniversary approaches, Dean Erika James has selected one of the school’s most recognized and active staff members to lead the birthday effort.

Startup Pitch: An opportunity to hone your concept

From a craft whiskey distillery to a security firm for the blockchain ecosystem, Goizueta students with an entrepreneurial bent have been pitching their start-up ideas to professors since the start of the school year.

Sheths present annual doctoral candidate awards

A gift of money can often mean much beyond its numerical value. To the recipients of the annual Sheth Fellowship, it’s a vote of confidence, a morale boost, a slight reduction in the financial and emotional strain of graduate school.

In the reading room

During the last week in January, Brian Mitchell 00MBA/MPH, associate dean of the Full-Time MBA Program, gathered with a dozen students to discuss On Race, a book by Howard Zinn.

Consecutive giver and photographer: Larry Westbrook 61BBA 63MBA

Paying attention, in the long run, has given Larry Westbrook 61BBA 63MBA success in business and personal fulfillment. He learned critical observation at Emory’s business school, then leveraged that skill as a utility executive in Georgia, retiring as CFO for Southern Company.