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November 2013 Newsletter

Scheller College Rises in U.S. News Undergraduate Business Rankings

Georgia Tech's Scheller College of Business is ranked 27th (up from 31st) in U.S. News & World Report’s latest rankings of the nation's Best Undergraduate Business Programs.

That means Scheller College is in the top 6 percent of the 467 accredited business schools in the United States.

“We are thrilled with the increase in the ranking,” says Jonathan Clarke, associate dean of the Undergraduate Program at Scheller College. “It's a testament to the hard work of our students and the dedication of our faculty and staff.”

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Student Foundation’s Investments Committee Hits $1 Million Mark

The Investments Committee of the Georgia Tech Student Foundation (GTSF) recently reached a milestone of attaining $1 million in net asset value.

Twice a year, the GTSF allocates $15,000 to student groups and initiatives that benefit the Yellow Jacket community. These grants are funded by the endowment managed by the Investments Committee, which oversees a diverse portfolio in financial markets.

Faculty Profile: Marco Ceccagnoli Focused on Drivers of Innovation

The early days of European economic integration stimulated Marco Ceccagnoli’s interest in innovation. At the time, in the early 1990s, he was working on his master’s thesis at the University of Rome, theorizing on whether the formation of the European Union would have beneficial economic effects.

PhD Profile: Zoey Chen Examines Word-of-Mouth Effects in Marketing

As a foodie who enjoys trying new restaurants, Zoey Chen became fascinated with the consumer reviews posted on Websites such as Yelp. Reading them eventually inspired her to study factors (including immediacy) influencing the impact of online reviews.

Alumni Profile: Dedication to Accenture Leads to CFO Role for David Rowland

David Rowland considers himself a rare breed in today’s business world, as far as corporate loyalty goes. He still works for Accenture, the company he joined in 1983 just after earning his bachelor’s degree from Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business.

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