Georgia State Executive Doctorate in Business Alum, Dr. Jahan Moghadam and Dr. Karen Loch, Professor of International Business at GSU, recently presented at the 10th International Conference on Climate Change: Impact & Responses at the University of California at Berkeley. Their paper, “Role of Leadership in Adoption of Waste-to-Energy in Nigeria,” focuses on renewable energy sources and their possible adoption in Nigeria.
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GSU Executive Doctorate in Business Alum, Dr. Wallace Taylor, is assisting with the launch of the Entrepreneurship & Innovation Institute’s new undergraduate program in entrepreneurship. Dr. Taylor has served as a mentor for GSU’s MBA and undergraduate students through ENI and is the owner of Taylor Holdings International, Inc.
Covestro LLC announced that Aleta Richards (EDB Class of 2019) will succeed Christine Bryant as head of commercial operations for its North American Coatings, Adhesives and Specialties (CAS) business, effective Feb. 1, 2018.
The Electronic Components Industry Association (ECIA) has announced Georgia State University Executive Doctorate in Business Alumnus, Bill Bradford (Class of 2016) will assume their President and CEO position in Q1 2018.
Alumnus Barry West Works with the Department of Homeland Security and Robinson CIS students.
Karen Loch was one of the founding creators of the Women’s Leadership Forum. Here she reflects on the impetus for creating the event and how it has evolved in the last 20 years.
Barry West, alumni of the Executive Doctorate in Business program, Class of 2014 has accepted the position of Executive-in-Residence with the department of Computer Information Systems at Robinson College of Business
The Center for Business & Industrial Marketing housed at the Robinson College of Business has announced Karl Hellman, EDB Class of 2013 and Bill Bradford, EDB Class of 2017, as Executives in Residence.
PureFlix.com, the leading video streaming service for faith and family content, has named Executive Doctorate alumna Debbie Stackis as its first COO.
Lars Mathiassen, Georgia Research Alliance Eminent Scholar, professor of computer information systems and co-founder of the Center for Process Innovation, has been awarded an honorary doctorate from Sweden’s Umeå University.