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Scheller College Ranked 1st for Best MBA Value
As reported in Business Insider, Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business is ranked 1st in the world for Best MBA Value.
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Faculty Profile: Rodriguez-Vila Studies Sustainability as Marketing Opportunity
While working as global vice president of integrated marketing communications for Coca-Cola, Omar Rodriguez-Vila spent several years living in China in preparation for the company’s sponsorship of the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics.
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Tech TI:GER Team Wins TiE Entrepreneurship Competition for Spinal Implant Device
Georgia Tech’s Viapore team recently won first place ($5,000) in the TiE Atlanta Young Entrepreneurs University Competition for its medical device to improve the outcomes of spinal surgery.
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Fortune Ranks Tech’s Undergrad Business Program 15th for ROI
Fortune magazine recently ranked Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business 15th in the nation as one of the best undergraduate programs for earning a degree in business.
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MBA Pathway Program Enabling Tech Students to Earn Admission, Work Two Years, Then Start Degree
Shannon Mehl, BSBA 2014, says she jumped at the chance to gain acceptance into Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business’ MBA Program as she was preparing to graduate last year.
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Top InVenture Competition Teams Include Scheller Business Administration Majors
The first-place and people’s-choice winning teams of the Georgia Tech 2015 InVenture Prize Competition – the nation’s largest undergraduate business competition – both included business administration majors from Scheller College of Business.
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Professor Vinod Singhal Elected POMS Fellow
Vinod Singhal, who holds the Dunn Family Professorship in Operations Management at Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business, was recently elected a fellow of the Production and Operations Management Society (POMS).
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Toothbrush Technology for Developmentally Disabled Wins 2015 Ideas to Serve Competition
Toothbrush technology that would empower people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to care for their teeth more effectively and independently won the 2015 Ideas to Serve (I2S) Competition March 27 at Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business.
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