The Japan-America Society of Georgia is seeking 14 families to host college students coming to Atlanta next March on a 16-week study tour.
Ten students from two Georgia technical colleges spent two weeks in Ireland this summer through a new exchange partnership announced earlier this year. Seven students from North Georgia Technical College (NGTC) and three from Chattahoochee Technical College visited the Waterford Institute of Technology, which signed a partnership in July with the Technical College System of Read more
Editor’s note: This is a sponsored post produced for Georgia State University’s Robinson College of Business. It’s only a year long, but Master’s of International Business students at Georgia State University could already see how the degree will influence their futures as they approached December graduation.
Editor’s note: This Q&A is sponsored by Georgia State University’s Robinson College of Business. Name: Monica Priscila Mendoza Ramos City and country where you’re from: Bogota, Colombia Employer and title: CARE, Fellow at the Office of the President Global Atlanta: What made this program right for you? Ms. Mendoza: Since I graduated with an economics Read more
Editor’s note: This Q&A is sponsored by Georgia State University’s Robinson College of Business. Name: Mohammad Qais Nasimi City and country where you’re from: Kabul, Afghanistan Employer and title (if applicable): Independent Consultant Global Atlanta: What made this program right for you? Why did you choose the MIB instead of an MBA or another business Read more
Editor’s note: This Q&A is sponsored by Georgia State University’s Robinson College of Business. Name: Jennifer L. Preyss City and state where you’re from: Marietta, Ga. Employer and title (if applicable): The Victoria Advocate: Religion and Features Editor; Editor-in-Chief, GC Magazine Global Atlanta: What made this program right for you? Why did you choose the Read more
Public health experts from Georgia State University have been partnering with Chinese cities in their quest to stamp out smoking for nearly a decade. Now, the school itself is getting something out of the deal: a unique partnership with an ambitious Chinese city that could lead to real collaborations on pressing public health issues. In mid-November, Georgia State’s School of Public Read more
R. Steven Justice, the executive director of Georgia’s Centers of Innovation, has access to the official badges which enable him to enter the state’s universities on behalf of companies looking to improve their products or expand their markets. “If you walk in with the badge, you’re not them, you’re us,” he told Global Atlanta during an interview Read more
Editor’s note: The following is a sponsored commentary by Fragomen associate Janora L. Hawkins. With President Donald Trump focused on raising the skill level of immigrants entering the U.S., many lawmakers agree that some low-hanging fruit exists in the form of foreign graduates coming out of U.S. universities. American companies, especially in the high-tech and Read more
James Laney, U.S. ambassador to South Korea (1993-96) and president of Emory University (1977-93), celebrated his 90th birthday Nov. 8 with dire warnings about the possible destruction of Seoul, South Korea‘s capital, and called for intensified negotiations with North Korea. One hundred fifty-plus well wishers attended the celebratory luncheon at the Blue House (Chung-Ki-Wa Catering Read more