ATLANTA–Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business has opened a fintech lab spanning data analytics, finance, real estate, [...]
V. Kumar, Regents’ Professor and executive director of the Center for Excellence in Brand & Customer Management, received the 2016 Society for Marketing Advances (SMA) Distinguished Scholar Award at the organization’s annual conference, recently held in Atlanta.
Healthcare executive Kevin E. Lofton was honored by the Robinson College of Business with the college’s highest honor, the Hall of Fame Award, during the 14th Annual Robinson College Alumni Awards.
The Federal Reserve is expected to raise interest rates at its December meeting and the surprise of President-elect Donald Trump will not change that, according to Rajeev Dhawan of the Economic Forecasting Center.
Nearly 100 management information systems leaders, including deans, department chairs and faculty members representing universities from around the world, participated in the 6th annual MIS Academic Leadership Conference hosted by Robinson.
The Robinson College of Business welcomed 588 graduate students in fall 2016, the largest-ever number of incoming master’s and doctoral students and an increase of 22 percent over fall 2015.
The World Affairs Council of Atlanta, housed in the Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University, celebrated six years with a Founders Day reception at SunTrust Banks on September 12.
The undergraduate program at the Robinson College of Business is No. 63 in the 2017 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges. Among programs at public universities, the Robinson B.B.A. is No. 41.
The Entrepreneurship & Innovation Institute, housed within the J. Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University, recently hosted the Metro Atlanta Chamber’s quarterly Innovation & Entrepreneurship Advisory Committee meeting. The committee comprises senior leaders in the metro Atlanta area who share the goal of nurturing an entrepreneurial ecosystem between major corporations, mid-size companies, start-ups and universities to drive innovation.
A severe lack of investment, especially in technology, explains why gross domestic product (GDP) growth has stalled, according to Rajeev Dhawan of Robinson’s Economic Forecasting Center.