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Kennesaw State University alumnus Keith Schroeder was recognized by AACSB International, the global accrediting body and membership association for business schools, as one of the first 100 AACSB Influential Leaders during the award's inaugural year.
Each year, doctoral candidates from the KSU Doctor of Business Administration Program at Coles College of Business research and defend their dissertations before some of the top scholars in academia. This year, DBA candidate James Smith will raise the bar a bit higher.
Coles College of Business is welcoming a new center of excellence, aimed at fostering innovation in business and beyond.
Coles College of Business students are getting an inside look at some of Atlanta's top companies and access to high-level leaders through the college's All Access series.
Kennesaw State will offer a premier Master of Science in Healthcare Management and Informatics‚ an interdisciplinary degree designed to address the growing demand within the health information technology sector.
Michael J. Coles College of Business Launches Business Hall of Fame
Michael J. Coles College of Business earns international accreditation held by only five percent of B-Schools
First Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) offered through Coles College
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Children's Healthcare of Atlanta buys up property along a busy intersection in northeast Atlanta, a popular Alpharetta attraction hits the market, and find out what Atlanta's mayor has in store to make the city "too busy to hate," equitable for all.
Steve Dils played quarterback for Stanford University before being drafted by the Minnesota Vikings. After his playing days ended, he segued into commercial real estate. He talks to Ed about the NFL and planning for a post football career.
Patrick Crosby looks at the stats of some Atlanta sports players to see if their play matches up with their pay.
The 6th Annual Atlanta's Healthiest Employers will celebrate health in the workplace and the Max Awards cites the best new products as chosen by a roundtable of marketing professionals.
Marta seeks funding for rail expansion while moving forward on an ambitious building project, a townhome development could rise near the Atlanta Beltline, and redevelopment plans are revealed for the so-called "Murder Kroger."
Disturbing tha Peace Records Co-Founder Chaka Zulu has his stamp on many areas of the entertainment industry. He talks about growing up in a musical family, discovering the power of hip-hop and his long-time collaboration with entertainer Ludacris.
College enrollment may be falling across the nation, but many Georgia colleges and universities are experiencing surging numbers. Patrick Crosby gets statistical on a decade's worth of enrollment trends.
This week learn about an event that honors those health conscious corporate environments and another that acknowledges some Atlanta innovators.