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Bailey Hatchett is a Georgia State University scholarship athlete and a Presidential Scholar. The diversity of Georgia State’s student population and the cultural opportunities available in downtown Atlanta were a major draw for Hatchett. But it was her athletic achievements on the volleyball court that first put Georgia State on Hatchett’s radar.
The best way to get a better understanding of how a country works is to go and take a closer look yourself. These were the sentiments shared by a group of students from the US’s Georgia State University who visited the Nelson Mandela Foundation and Constitution Hill with Brand South Africa.
The International Business & Culture in North Africa study abroad program takes corporate site visits to the next level. Students learn about some of the toughest problems Moroccan businesses face and whip up plans on how to solve them. Undergraduate and graduate students from the trip’s latest two cohorts recently spoke about their experiences in Georgia State’s Dahlberg Hall.
Forty-five Robinson College of Business undergraduates received “global competency certificates” on April 14 at the Rialto Center for the Arts downtown for participating in an optional international business course providing skills necessary to be an effective manager in today’s global environment.
Clinical professor Penelope Prime recently contributed a piece to The Conversation on how China’s economic upswing over the past 40 years could offer insight into Trump’s upcoming administration.
Juanita Velez, a 2013 graduate of Robinson’s Master of International Business program, received the Young Professional of the Year Award from the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce this month. The 26-year-old possesses the chops of a fortysomething at mid-career.