What Our New College HR Officer Has in Store
In this Q&A, find out Nelson Silverio's short- and long-term goals for the position, and how he plans to keep Robinson an awesome place to work.
The team placed in two categories in this year’s Educational Advertising Awards: gold for a digital video ad of less than two minutes, and silver for electronic advertising.
The overarching purpose of Marian Higgins' role is to create a safe and welcoming environment for all Robinson constituents—and that’s a major team effort.
Enrollment numbers for Robinson’s master’s programs are looking fantastic for this fall and next spring. Our success can largely be attributed to the Office of Graduate Recruiting & Student Services, which recently added three graduate recruitment managers to its team. Get to know them in this Q&A.
In 2016, with the help of campus leaders and senior IT professionals, Gholar co-launched Georgia State’s Women in Technology (WIT) student chapter and volunteered to serve as its advisor.
One might say offering perks and activities to employees is half the battle for an organization, and spreading word about them is the hard part. At Georgia State, that’s the purpose of Staff Council.
Robinson staff crush their responsibilities by day and excel in the arts at night. A business manager is an active performer in the live poetry scene, while our director of development performs in opera shows.
Staff leaders from College Technology Services, Building Operations, and the Buckhead Center discuss what it took to reopen Robinson's in-person operations for the fall 2021 semester.
Because graduate school is expensive, the decision to pursue a master’s degree can be pretty emotional. At Robinson, there’s a team for that.
Over the years, Robinson has lost applicants to other schools offering distance learning programs. In order to compete in that space, Robinson has launched an Online B.B.A Degree Completion Program.