Every year the Robinson College of Business hosts multiple research workshops across broad academic areas that provide a forum for faculty, Ph.D. students and invited guests to present, discuss and debate new cutting-edge research.
Accounting research workshops at Robinson provide a forum for faculty, doctoral students and invited guests to present, discuss and debate cutting-edge research and current topics.
The Center for Digital Innovation presents new knowledge on how digital technologies can empower individuals.
During finance research workshops, Robinson faculty as well as faculty from other universities discuss current research and advanced topics.
The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) is an emerging discipline that answers questions about the relationships between instructional methods, student engagement, student perceptions and student learning in higher education.
The Institute of International Business invites world-renowned scholars and experts on global strategy, cross-cultural management and general areas of international business to speak on cutting-edge research topics.
The CIS colloquium focuses on the latest research topics and trends in the field of information systems.
Faculty and invited speakers present new work in computer science, optimization, statistics, and data analytics, with a focus on applications across a variety of fields.
The Department of Marketing offers insightful and informative workshops led by internationally renowned business leaders and scholars.
The GSU Panther PAW (People at Work) Research Interest Group focuses on the actions, thinking, decisions, perceptions, performance, health, feelings and differences of people in the workplace.
Invited speakers present their latest research on current and trending topics in real estate finance and economics.
Research Coffee Breaks focus on cross-cutting topics with relevance to multiple departments from across the college, bridging and engaging expertise from different perspectives in an informal, collegial setting.