Despite a year of unprecedented challenges, 1,958 students graduated from Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business in 2020.
Dustin Reese is a case competition pro, and it shows. He was recognized as best presenter at the 2020 National Black MBA Association Case Competition.
Held annually during the NBMBAA conference, the competition challenges student teams to analyze a complex business case and present solutions to business problems facing Fiat Chrysler Automobiles.
Robinson welcomed 862 new graduate students this fall, a 78 percent increase over 2019’s incoming class of 484 students. They are enrolled in 14 degree programs.
Riyazh Dholakia will bring significant real-world experience to the MBA/M.S. in Analytics dual degree program. He earned a B.S. in computer science and currently works as a software consultant at Capgemini.
The COVID-19 pandemic threw a wrench into one of Buffalo Wild Wings’ biggest partnerships: its long-standing sponsorship of NCAA March Madness. Seth Freeman, CMO of the restaurant franchise, quickly pivoted with the #SportsLiveOn campaign.
The part-time MBA at Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business jumped to 28th overall (up 20 spots) and 16th among programs at public universities in rankings released March 17 by U.S. News & World Report.
Livia Martins collaborated with a Porsche subsidiary on a web overhaul and analyzed an AirBnB data set on behalf of a hypothetical client.
Robinson’s team recently placed second in the National Black MBA Association Graduate Case Competition.
For many graduate students at the Robinson College of Business, a critical step in their decision process was attending a Road to Robinson event. Check out what four students have to say about their experience.