Emory University’s mission is to create, preserve, teach and apply knowledge in the service of humanity. As students, it’s easy to get consumed by the day-to-day minutiae of our lives; between recruiting and classwork, we’re often busier than we want to be. At the end of the day, however, it’s this mission of “knowledge in the service of humanity” that binds us all together. It is firmly embedded in the fabric of our experience at Goizueta.
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GUEST POST – ALI FADLALLAH – The Fort Benning Leadership Challenge “Through the Lens of a Charter Participant”
Hear from One-Year MBA 2014 guest blogger Ali Fadlallah, as he shares his experience at the recent trip to Fort Benning, Dec 13 -14 for our MBA student leadership development trip: DAY 1: “Team full-time”—Christina, John, Kyle, Prem, Rachel and I—have no idea what to expect. Having served in the military, Patrick has an idea, but I suspect even he is in for a treat. After some introductions with “the evenings” and a few pictures overlooking the courtyard, we finished packing the shiny, snow-white vans and are making our way to Fort Benning, hoping to honor the 1500 expected arrival...