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Excellence in teaching
At Goizueta, each graduating class votes to honor excellence in teaching. This year’s recipients are: BBA Distinguished Educator: Allison Burdette Full-Time MBA Best New Educator: Renee...
Unraveling the intricacies of global connectivity
The challenges of global business go well beyond language barriers. To create lasting, authentic partnerships, one must embrace culture, history, and societal norms.
FERC’s Cheryl LaFleur talks energy policy during visit with students
The members of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission are not exactly household names. They also don’t come with many shared experiences as, say, The Beatles. As Cheryl LaFleur said during a recent visit to the Goizueta Business School, FERC is more like The Monkees or the Spice Girls.
Goizueta professors weigh in on second Amazon headquarters
On the surface, and according to most news reports about the pending move, the city that lands Amazon’s second headquarters will be universally trumpeted...
Lee Pasackow retires
Lee Pasackow, beloved librarian for the Goizueta Business Library, is closing the book on her 13 years at Emory. Her retirement, though a great loss for the business school, is certainly well earned.
Olympic venues around Atlanta continue to thrive
Leaving even a short-term positive legacy has proven difficult in recent decades for several Olympic venues around the world. But two decades removed from...
Faculty, staff honored with awards for 2015-16 academic year
Each year numerous awards are bestowed on faculty members at Goizueta Business School with emphasis on their roles in the classroom. For the 2015-16 academic year, professors from...
Retail sales remain stagnant
“They weren’t bad, but they weren’t outstanding either,” Goizueta's Ray Hill told Marketplace radio.
Financial expert offers four economic predictions for 2016
When not challenging students to stretch their problem-solving skills, Senior Lecturer Ray Hill is tapped by the media to offer perspectives on timely topics....