The college’s annual Business Hall of Fame, sponsored by the college’s Board of Advisors, is the highest recognition given by the college to distinguished business leaders for their efforts in advancing the principles of the [...]
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.
The Disney College Program, offered at Walt Disney World in Florida and Disneyland in California, offers students the opportunity to spend 12 weeks working in the park. Robinson hospitality students have been employed in a wide range of jobs around the parks.
Elaina McGann strives to make every aspect of her life an adventure—a goal she kept in mind when choosing a university. For Elaina, the decision to move from Pennsylvania to Atlanta was fueled widely by the many resources she knew the Honors College at Georgia State could offer her as well as the chance to live and learn in a totally new environment.
When it opened its doors in 2005, Georgia Aquarium had 3.5 million visitors. Tickets were by reservation only and waiting times to see the world’s largest aquarium were six months or more. That was then. By 2008, attendance had sunk to 2 million visitors.
Aquarium board member and Georgia State president Mark Becker proposed… more »
If offered the chance to travel to the South Pacific, most people in Atlanta would jump at the opportunity. For Robinson College of Business senior Ranjita Nair, though, her most memorable life experiences came about because of a trip in the opposite direction.