My favorite event at ClimateCAP 2022 centered around policy systems for the future. The passion the speakers brought to their presentations is what made the event so special. It is no secret that climate change is one of the biggest crises humanity faces in the foreseeable future.
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I decided to pursue my MBA to primarily diversify my skillset and make a professional transition from the military to a civilian career. I chose Goizueta for many reasons, but the main drivers included the smaller tight-knit community, the location at the heart of the thriving Atlanta business community, and the exceptional academic rigor offered.
One of the largest attractions to business school (outside of new networks and career opportunities) is the ability to see how business is conducted in other countries through study abroad programs or Emory’s Global Experiential Modules (GEMS).
This May, hundreds of Goizueta graduates will walk out of our doors ready for the workforce. With commencement on the horizon, we spoke to several MBA students about their time at Goizueta, and here is what they had to say.
This Earth Day, we reflected on the challenge that climate change presents along with ten purposeful actions we advise business leaders to take based on our ClimateCAP conference and our own professional experiences.
I am originally from Canton, Georgia, and completed my B.A. in History from Kennesaw State University. Following graduation, I received my commission from the US Navy’s Officer Candidate School, spending five years as an active-duty Surface Warfare Officer.
Since starting business school last August, the time has flown by so fast. It feels like just yesterday my cohort started our Full-Time MBA journey. Throughout my first semester, I was overwhelmed. It felt nearly impossible to effectively manage my time adjusting to academic rigor, establishing new relationships despite social...
Contrary to the name, business school is not all business. In fact, some of the best parts of business school aren’t business-related at all. Sure, there are countless hours spent working on assignments, networking, and interviewing. Still, there are plenty of gaps in between to go back to that college...