Recent finance graduate Brandon Black carefully budgets both his finances and time – and finished his BBA in just three years.
Georgia State graduated more than 5,700 students on May 9 at the Georgia Dome. We want to highlight just two of the talented Robinson students who crossed the stage and walked into a new realm of possibilities.
Two Robinson undergraduates discuss the challenges they face as student veterans.
Marketing undergraduate Analy Navarro demonstrates that scholarships provide much more than financial aid.
For 30 minutes every Wednesday night, Melody Paris’ passion for animal rights can be heard across the airwaves in Atlanta.
This piece originally ran in a longer feature in the Spring 2015 issue of GSU Magazine.
It’s not monkey business at MailChimp. The tech company with the hip corporate culture is home to two successful Robinson alumni.
Enter Ponce City Market, the hot new mixed-use development just east of downtown Atlanta, and you’ll… more »
The inaugural class of the Women Lead program began with the start of Robinson’s 2015 spring semester. Women Lead provides undergraduate students access to faculty, research, community partners, leadership training, networking and strategic career development, and encourages young women to strive for top leadership positions across various sectors.
The “corporate ladder” metaphor is dead. The pathway to success is more like a rock climbing wall. Jason Aldrich, executive director of Robinson’s Career Management Center, offers advice on how students should plot their course post-recession.
Robinson celebrates Black History Month 2015 by remembering the contributions of an Atlanta legend.
More than a half-century since coming to the U.S. to study business at Georgia State, Hideko Kato revisits campus.