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June 2013 Newsletter

Scheller College Ranks 9th for Operations Management Specialty


Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business is ranked 9th among undergraduate business programs for the Operations Management specialty, according to Bloomberg Businessweek.

Bloomberg Businessweek also has ranked the Scheller College 16th for Return on Investment among undergraduate programs.

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Scheller Dean Steve Salbu Announces He Won't Seek Third Term in 2014


Scheller College’s Net Impact Chapter Awarded Gold Standing


Sustainability Center Receives Grant from Kendeda Fund


Profile: Dean's Scholar Janani Raj Aiming for the Corner CEO Office

Professor Slaughter Studies Massive Cyber Project That Could Transform Internet

Four years ago, Sandra Slaughter began studying the project management of a huge National Science Foundation (NSF) initiative with an ambitious goal: the creation of a “new Internet” – one that is more secure, accessible, predictable and reliable than today’s World Wide Web.

This initiative, known as the Global Environment for Network Innovations (GENI), was started in 2007. To date, hundreds of millions have been spent on this effort, which has grown from involving several universities to numerous researchers at hundreds of institutions.

Faculty Profile: Professor Christina Shalley Finding Keys to Creativity

Christina Shalley got an unexpected reaction when she decided to focus her doctoral research in organizational behavior on the subject of creativity.

“Some of her faculty advisers said, ‘Isn’t that something people do in the arts?’ Others thought I meant advertising,” remembers Shalley, who now holds the Thomas R. Williams-Wells Fargo Professorship in Organizational Behavior at Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business.

Faculty Profile: Professor Lucien Dhooge Asks Tough Ethical Questions

“When you do business overseas, are your ethics portable?,” asks Professor Lucien Dhooge. “Do they follow you to Russia or India, where bribery is often a standard business practice?”

Such questions are central to the International Business Law courses that Dhooge teaches to undergraduate and MBA students. “Once you start down that slippery slope, it’s difficult to stop and say, ‘This isn’t how we operate.’”

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