In one of the nation’s top cities for startups, Georgia State’s Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute has teamed up with The Marcus Foundation to fund, mentor and develop 21 new businesses.
TFE Times ranks the Master of Science in Quantitative Risk Analysis and Management (M.S. in QRAM) at Georgia State University’s Robinson College of Business as 16th in the nation among all financial engineering programs (up two spots), and 6th among public university programs.
The Master of Science in Finance at Georgia State University’s Robinson College of Business is the top public university program in the Southeast and 2nd overall in the region, according to new rankings from TFE Times (formerly The Financial Engineer).
The ongoing global slowdown and the U.S.-China trade spat are fostering a deteriorating business investment climate, and a slowdown in job growth has made consumers wary of spending, according to Rajeev Dhawan of the Economic Forecasting Center at Georgia State’s Robinson College of Business.
The Executive Master of Business Administration program at Georgia State’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business is the top public university program in the Southeast and 18th among U.S.-based programs, according to the Financial Times.
Robinson’s team recently placed second in the National Black MBA Association Graduate Case Competition.
Georgia State has announced the first group accepted into the Main Street Entrepreneurs Seed Fund. Supported by the Marcus Foundation, the program provides entrepreneurs in the Georgia State community with aid to start and grow new ventures.
The Georgia State University Alumni Association will present its top honor, the Distinguished Alumni Award, to five outstanding graduates at a dinner on Friday, Oct. 4 at The Southern Exchange at 200 Peachtree St.
Trade tensions, a reduction in business investment and an earlier than usual presidential election swoon are contributing to a lowered growth path for 2020-21, according to Rajeev Dhawan of the Economic Forecasting Center at Georgia State University’s Robinson College of Business.
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