Proper exposure to international business requires multiple lenses. Yet one resource sometimes overlooked is the international elements across the university. Goizueta’s Dean Erika James, with an eye toward collaboration, has challenged the school to create more opportunities to prepare for international immersion and partner across campus.
After the sudden and tragic passing of his wife in 2015, Patrick Noonan, professor in the practice of decision & information analysis, has worked with the Atlanta theater community to create a nonprofit to honor her memory—the Jo Howarth Noonan Foundation for the Performing Arts, which seeks particularly to commission new plays with greater roles for actresses over 40.
EDITOR’S NOTE: Since the original publication of this story, the Management Practice initiative at Goizueta took a new name! Goizueta IMPACT was unveiled at the first annual GBS Client Day held… Read more »
After teaching at Goizueta for more than 20 years, Patrick Noonan, professor in the practice of decision and information analysis and associate dean for management practice initiatives, is retiring. He… Read more »
A smiling Patrick Noonan walks into Goizueta Business School Room 208, greeting his MBA class with an enthusiastic “good afternoon.” The students respond in kind. Noonan laughs. The professor and his students are… Read more »
As posted on atlanta.daybooknetwork.com: The Robert K. Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership and Atlanta-based Turknett Leadership Group have announced the nominees for the 11th Annual Turknett Leadership Character Awards. The awards… Read more »
Each year numerous awards are bestowed on faculty members at Goizueta Business School with emphasis on their roles in the classroom. For the 2013-2014 academic year, professors from multiple academic areas and programs… Read more »
Russian-born Daria Makhoukova 06MBA had lived in the United States for just two years before enrolling in Goizueta. After tackling the tough world of investment banking in New York, she… Read more »
On Monday evening of Keystone Week, the MBA Class of 2014 filed outside to the Jenkin’s Courtyard for what they thought was just a networking barbecue. Immediately they were greeted… Read more »