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Six Robinson undergraduate students have received Scholar Awards from the Committee of 200, an invitation-only global organization of top female executives and entrepreneurs who manage more than $300 billion in annual revenues and assets.
V. Kumar, Regents’ Professor and executive director of the Center for Excellence in Brand & Customer Management, received the 2016 Society for Marketing Advances (SMA) Distinguished Scholar Award at the organization’s annual conference, recently held in Atlanta.
Healthcare executive Kevin E. Lofton was honored by the Robinson College of Business with the college’s highest honor, the Hall of Fame Award, during the 14th Annual Robinson College Alumni Awards.
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Examining the healthcare plans of both presidential candidates, associate professor Bill Custer gives voters something to think about.
In an acclaimed new book, alumnus Phillip Barlag (MBA ’13) reveals Julius Caesar as a leader of exceptional genius whose approach was surprisingly modern and extraordinarily effective.
The process of moving coffee from farm to cup is complicated. Typically, there are numerous parties involved in the supply chain, markets often fluctuate, and product quality can vary, all of which can result in unpredictable returns for farmers. THRIVE Farmers Coffee has made it their mission “to make the production of coffee economically viable.”