On the surface, the news is good. Is it time to pop open a bottle of bubbly? Not quite, according to Rajeev Dhawan of the Economic Forecasting Center.
Robinson’s part-time MBA is once again ranked among the nation’s top 25 programs in biennial rankings released today by Bloomberg Businessweek.
Robinson’s EMBA program has jumped 12 spots to No. 51 worldwide and six spots to No. 13 among U.S.-based programs in the Financial Times rankings of the world’s top programs.
Four extraordinary people were recognized at the 2013 Alumni Awards on Thursday, November 7 at Georgia State University’s Buckhead Center.
Professionals have until Monday, October 21 to apply for spring enrollment.
Bijan Fazlollahi, Professor Emeritus of Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business, has been awarded the Order of Honour by the Republic of Georgia.
Chile’s Ambassador to the United States will discuss his country’s move from a resource-based economy to one built on high technology at an October 9 luncheon hosted by the World Affairs Council of Atlanta.
Program has advanced nine spots to No. 47 overall and No. 35 among public university programs.
Scholarships, Mentorships Awarded to Four Undergraduate Women Who Demonstrate Potential for Leadership in Technology
Job gains, strong auto sales and a rise in housing starts, offset by poor income growth, consumer caution and ongoing political uncertainty that will continue to hinder corporate investment in coming quarters is fostering “a challenging economic recovery,” according to the EFC’s Rajeev Dhawan.