At Hewlett-Packard, alumna Gabi Zedlmayer taps the power of technology to promote human, economic and environmental progress.
In Maria Tortolero Arana’s Venezuelan hometown, she risked her life for reporting on the truth. Now at Robinson, she hopes to pair marketing expertise with cutting-edge communications.
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.
Through an international exchange program in Robinson College’s Cecil B. Day School of Hospitality Administration, undergraduate student Anna Boswell spent a semester studying in Macao, China, at the Institute for Tourism Studies.
An international border, funding his own travel and having no firm plans didn’t stop James Supreme from following his passion.
James Supreme doesn’t take “we’ll let you know” for an answer.
When a call from the tour management of hip-hop artist Drake went out over Twitter, searching for young talent to help produce a… more »
Marketing major links business and theater at Dad’s Garage.
Students at the Robinson College of Business continue to lead the way on the field and in the classroom. Two Robinson College students have been recognized as Academic All-Americans.
Clare Higgins Morton, vice president of the World Affairs Council of Atlanta, affiliated with the Robinson College of Business, visited Cuba on the council’s policy trip from April 19-26. Here are her reflections.
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.