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Alumni Profile: Joseph W. Evans Boosting Value of Tech's Business Degrees
Joe Evans wasn't sent to college to discover the meaning of life or to "find himself." He was sent to college for one primary reason: "to make myself employable," the 1971 industrial management graduate says matter-of-factly.
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Study: Early Bottlenecks in Developing Biopharmaceutical Products Delay Commercialization
An analysis of patented university inventions licensed to biotechnology firms has revealed early bottlenecks on the path to commercialization, according to Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business researchers.
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Scheller College Tailors Custom Program for China Mobile's Top Executives
Twenty-eight top executives from China Mobile, the leading mobile services, provider in mainland China, traveled to Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business for the custom program “IT Transformation and Innovation in the Digital Age.”
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Georgia Tech Receives $2 Million Grant from Walmart and The Walmart Foundation
A collaborative led by researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology was awarded a Walmart U.S. Manufacturing Innovation Fund from Walmart, the Walmart Foundation and the United States Conference of Mayors (USCM).
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Leadership for Social Good Study-Abroad Program Engages Students with Social Enterprises
Every summer, the faculty of Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business’ Institute for Leadership and Entrepreneurship leads a group of undergraduates on an educational experience in Hungary, Poland, and the Czech Republic.
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Faculty Profile: Operations Management Professor Atalay Atasu Examines Environmental Issues
Operations Management Professor Atalay Atasu’s interest in how companies manage balancing environmental and manufacturing concerns began during his PhD studies at INSEAD.
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Faculty Profile: Tax Law Expert Davis-Nozemack Shifts Focus from Clients to Students
Some university professors follow a direct route to their positions: undergraduate degree, doctoral degree, assistant professor, and so on. Other professors come to teaching in a more circuitous route—via other careers—and often use these varied experiences to inform their teaching. Karie Davis-Nozemack is one such professor.
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Faculty Profile: Yu Jeffrey Hu Examining Evolution of E-commerce
When Yu Jeffrey Hu began his first academic post at Purdue University in 2005, he and his wife couldn’t find all the furniture they wanted in the college town of West Lafayette, Indiana. So the couple furnished almost their entire apartment through online shopping.
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