Patrick Turner, an admin specialist in Robinson’s School of Accountancy, kept his passion for ballet a secret for years. Now he uses the lessons he learned from dance to help first-generation college students find their way in the world.
Former walk-on Nate Paxton earned a scholarship, which will enable him to become the first in his family to earn a college degree.
Global Partners MBA alumna Alaina Percival wants more women to move into tech careers. It’s not all black t-shirts and dirty basements, she says.
Marketing major links business and theater at Dad’s Garage.
Students at the Robinson College of Business continue to lead the way on the field and in the classroom. Two Robinson College students have been recognized as Academic All-Americans.
Clare Higgins Morton, vice president of the World Affairs Council of Atlanta, affiliated with the Robinson College of Business, visited Cuba on the council’s policy trip from April 19-26. Here are her reflections.
by Barbara Tushbant Robinson graduates share what they know about owning businesses. Earning an undergraduate degree while running two restaurants […]
With a business plan in hand, longtime gamers Kynton Stephens and Austin Mandus are achieving their dream of creating a video game.
Robinson students and alumni are entering Atlanta’s burgeoning world of technology startups, building companies that are getting support from big-name investors, picking up notable clients, and developing promising careers.
Recent finance graduate Brandon Black carefully budgets both his finances and time – and finished his BBA in just three years.