A team composed of three students in Robinson’s Master of Professional Accountancy program won the 2015 Internal Audit Case Competition sponsored by the Atlanta chapter of the Institute of Internal Auditors.
At the 2015 annual Health IT Leadership Summit held in Atlanta, GA, a team of Computer Information Systems students from Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business won the “University Innovation Award and HIT Hack Challenge.”
The first Federal Reserve rate hike since June 2006 is highly likely to occur in December provided certain conditions prevail, according to Rajeev Dhawan of Robinson’s Economic Forecasting Center.
Paula Huntley, business manager in Robinson’s Institute of International Business, has received the university’s Staff Award for Global Engagement in recognition of accomplishments and contributions to international education.
Four alumni and one honorary alumnus were honored at Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business 13th annual Alumni Awards last week.
The Financial Engineer has named Robinson’s Master of Science in Finance program as No. 24 in the nation, a rise of 15 spots on the annual list. It is the only finance program at a Georgia institution to be ranked.
Seventeen Georgia State students entered the Panther Pit to try and deliver the best “elevator” pitch at a contest held on Friday, October 30 by the Herman J. Russell, Sr. International Center for Entrepreneurship at the J. Mack Robinson College of Business.
Robinson’s part-time MBA is once again ranked among the nation’s top programs by Bloomberg Businessweek. Robinson’s part-time MBA is No. 36 among all U.S. part-time programs and No. 14 among programs at public universities. It is the No. 1 part-time MBA program at a public university in Georgia.
The Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) program at Robinson is among the world’s best, according to the Financial Times. In the FT’s new rankings of the world’s top 100 programs, the Robinson EMBA is No. 89 globally and No. 24 among U.S.-based programs.
The Society of Actuaries has awarded a three-year grant to Robinson to research longevity trends. The research will be conducted by Associate Professor Daniel Bauer and Professor Liang Peng of Robinson’s Department of Risk Management and Insurance.