Students in Robinson’s M.S. in Analytics and MBA programs are helping the American Red Cross understand blood donor behavior.
The Robinson College of Business is bringing together three heavy hitters to help you gain the most from your internship experience in Atlanta.
The Career Advancement Center at the Robinson College of Business recently took 18 students from across Georgia State University to Silicon Valley. Our students left an indelible paw print at some of the area’s hottest companies.
“If you are successful, it is because somewhere, sometime, someone gave you a life or an idea that started you in the right direction.” – Melinda Gates
No truer words could be spoken of the WomenLead program. Since its beginning in the J. Mack Robinson College of Business, the WomenLead program has been about… more »
If you are interested in a career in analytics, but don’t have the math prerequisites, we have a summer course for you.
In honor of their 30th birthdays, Terrance Rogers (B.B.A. ’10) and Kyle Stapleton (B.B.A. ’09, MBA ’12) are giving back by raising $30,000 for first-generation student scholarships.
International business is steeped into Robinson’s Executive MBA program. Through relationships built over 30 years, our EMBA cohorts experience business across the globe. In January, our latest cohort spent 14 days in South Africa learning about business, economics and charity.
E-House is a special dormitory for entrepreneurs that gives residents no choice but to constantly think about and act on their business ideas.
On Wednesday, February 22, Rajeev Dhawan will helm his 65th Economic Forecasting Conference since joining Robinson as Economic Forecasting Center director in fall 2000.
Edward Miles, an associate professor of managerial sciences at the J. Mack Robinson College of Business, picks apart the major criticisms business schools face in his new book.