Students from the WomenLead program as well as the Institute for Insight were part of the development of Women in Tech, a repository of resources for females interested in STEM fields.
Institute for Insight
Friends and colleagues offer a fond farewell to Sanjay Srivastava, associate dean for strategy and projects, on his retirement.
For Women’s History Month, WomenLead interviewed the three faculty members who hold the program’s endowed positions about their work on issues affecting women.
Georgia State University’s Robinson College of Business announces the appointment of Baozhong Yang to the H. Talmage Dobbs, Jr. Chair in Finance. Yang is an associate professor of finance and director of Robinson’s FinTech Lab.
Starr Insurance Companies, a global insurance and financial services organization, has renewed its partnership with the Institute for Insight
Automation and globalization have become the way of the world, and the legal profession is no exception. Law firms, large and small, are looking at ways to use computers in order to automate everything from scheduling to billing.
Samantha Jones worked for a small digital marketing agency that focuses on Atlanta-based businesses, and can't wait to partner with more local companies on Insight Sprints.
M.S. in Data Science & Analytics student Melika Massoumian recently opened an automobile business with her husband. Despite the pandemic, they have managed to survive.
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.
As a main developer on a project for the Fed, Mia Dantas used SAS to query every single line of business data throughout the bank’s systems to make sure all loans and deposits were recorded.