Professional MBA students competed to take a start-up business — owned by an alum — to the next level.
The final round of the TYE University Entrepreneurship Competition took place at the largest technology conference dedicated to furthering entrepreneurship, TiECON Southeastern Conference 2017. The conference brings together over 50,000 entrepreneurs and professionals.
The Robinson College of Business honored eight top business executives on November 17 at the 14th annual Alumni Awards.
Now that Donald J. Trump has been elected 45th president of the United States, how will some of his key campaign promises translate into law, affect policy and drive the economy? Robinson College of Business faculty offer insight.
In August 2016, students from the J. Mack Robinson College of Business explored the economic and business environments in South Africa. For two weeks, undergraduate and graduate students traveled, learned and experienced the culture and unique business environments in Cape Town, Johannesburg, Soweto, and Pretoria.
Halloween, filled with costumes, candy and creepy tales, is about bringing scares for anyone willing to seek them out. For retailers, though, Halloween is anything but spooky.
An all-women team of Master of Science in Information Systems students from the J. Mack Robinson College of Business placed first in the SAP competition, Project Dream: Election 2016.
On September 24, 2016 more than 160 future students attended the Robinson Graduate Open House.
They met with faculty, staff, current students and alumni of Robinson’s more than 20 programs.
If you missed our Graduate Open House and are interested in applying to one of Robinson’s graduate programs, we encourage you to:
The graduate Open House at the J. Mack Robinson College of Business gives you the chance to answer all your questions and be confident in your decision to join the network of more than 70,000 Robinson alums.
To start the fall 2016 semester off on the right foot, here are 10 tips from Associate Professor Perry Binder.