Juanita Velez, a 2013 graduate of Robinson’s Master of International Business program, received the Young Professional of the Year Award from the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce this month. The 26-year-old possesses the chops of a fortysomething at mid-career.
When Mary Lyles enrolled in Georgia State University (GSU) in the fall of 2009, she planned to only stay a few years then transfer to the University of Georgia. However, she fell in love with Georgia State, Atlanta and the J. Mack Robinson College of Business and stayed to complete the Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and Master of International Business programs.
Former basketball star Odie Donald (B.A. ’03, EMBA ’12) helps others gain skills for a strong workforce.
Actor Ron Bush uses his MBA on the job every day.
At Hewlett-Packard, alumna Gabi Zedlmayer taps the power of technology to promote human, economic and environmental progress.
Global Partners MBA alumna Alaina Percival wants more women to move into tech careers. It’s not all black t-shirts and dirty basements, she says.
Giving at Georgia State University celebrated another successful semester by recognizing those donors who have made the greatest impact. Members of the Robinson College Dean’s Society and members of the President’s Society were honored at two annual events to commemorate the end of the spring 2015 semester.
Robinson graduates share what they know about owning businesses.
Earning an undergraduate degree while running two restaurants may seem daunting to some. But to Asad Mazahir (BBA ’15), it’s just another work day. Mazahir is finishing his degree at Georgia State and owns two franchises, the Tin Drum near campus and Boneheads Seafood in… more »
With a business plan in hand, longtime gamers Kynton Stephens and Austin Mandus are achieving their dream of creating a video game.
Robinson students and alumni are entering Atlanta’s burgeoning world of technology startups, building companies that are getting support from big-name investors, picking up notable clients, and developing promising careers.