GSU EMBA ALUMNI SOCIAL EVENT
FRIDAY JUNE 15 @ 6:30PM
Who says a museum needs to be quiet? Shake it up with Atlanta's perfect mix of culture and cocktails!
Often replicated, but never duplicated, Martinis & IMAX® offers a unique alternative to the "so last year" bar scene. Join us on Friday, June 15th from 6:30pm to 11pm for music, a full bar featuring signature cocktails, tasty nibbles prepared to order and cap off the evening with a flick on the biggest screen in town in Fernbank's IMAX® Theatre. We’ll have a special area for EMBA Alumni to gather prior to the show. Tickets are $12 and include movie admission or $7 if only coming for the social.
Purchase tickets online or by calling 404.929.6400.
Do you ever wonder how all those supplies like dressings, sutures and surgical tools get in the hands of our healthcare recipients abroad? It's thanks to dedicated volunteers that help sort and prepare the medical supplies for shipping. MedShare's operations depend on its volunteers to get these life-saving supplies to people who desperately need them.
Please join us in giving medical supplies a second life that saves lives! The EMBA Alumni Club will gather for lunch in Decatur before heading over to the air conditioned MedShare sort facility for a fun and rewarding afternoon.
When: Saturday June 23, 2012
Where: 11:15 am - Lunch at Farm Burger on us!
410B W. Ponce De Leon, Decatur, GA 30030
1:00pm – 4:00pm Volunteer at MedShare Int’l
3240 Clifton Springs Road, Decatur, GA 30034
In 1998, A.B. Short and Bob Freeman were concerned with the critical healthcare needs of the underserved populations throughout the world and the environmental threat of discarded medical supplies and equipment. To act on these issues, MedShare was born. A.B. Short has been a long-time friend of GSU’s EMBA program speaking in the Leadership Forum and inspiring students as a serial non-profit entrepreneur.
MedShare is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving healthcare and the environment through the efficient recovery and redistribution of the surplus of medical supplies and equipment to those most in need. They collect surplus medical supplies and equipment from hospitals, distributors and manufacturers, and then redistribute them to qualified healthcare facilities in the developing world. They also outfit medical missions and safety net clinics in both the U.S. and abroad.
Each volunteer group is briefed on the organization and their mission before being divided into teams to sort and package medical supplies. You’ll fall in love with their mission and leave enriched by the experience of helping such a worthy organization.
RSVP TO DENNIS LANHAM @ email@example.com.
Flashback to 1980, when newspapers arrived on doorsteps, Reaganomics was about to take on stagflation, and big business spent the bulk of its focus on national growth. Fast forward to 2012, when newspapers often land in the inboxes of smartphones, institutions are digging out of the deepest and most widespread financial crisis of the century, and business has become global in scope.
For more than three decades, the Executive MBA program at the Robinson College of Business has kept pace with rapid changes, giving motivated leaders the vision and skills to master whatever twists and turns business has taken. This year marks the 30th anniversary of Robinson College’s first Executive MBA graduating class, and it’s time to celebrate.
Mirroring the EMBA’s fast-paced curriculum, a flurry of activities will allow you to take part in the celebration and reconnect with alumni, faculty and friends.
Join us to look back not only at where we’ve been but also at what’s to come in the next 30 years of business innovation.
Friday, September 28, 2012
Château Élan Golf and Winery in Braselton, Georgia
Shotgun 1 p.m. | Dinner 7 p.m.
For a decade, EMBA golfers have gathered on the green to support the Executive MBA Program’s alumni club and enjoy a round with former classmates. This year’s event is especiallysignificant, marking two anniversaries—the tenth anniversary of that first golf tournament and the 30th anniversary of the EMBA program.
In typical Robinson College EMBA style, the benefits of the tournament will extend well beyond the competition on the course and the camaraderie at dinner. Partnership and sponsorship opportunities during the tournament will support undergraduates who wish to expand their international business savvy with study abroad. You can make that happen.
Saturday, September 29, 2012
Dust off your tux and your best party dress for the highlight event of the 30th Executive MBA Anniversary - the black-tie gala celebration. You’ll look your best as you walk the EMBA Red Carpet to greet former classmates and professors. The birthday bash will include dinner, dancing, and presentations that commemorate a program that has been 30 years in the making. We’ll flashback in a rapid-fire review of our history and fast forward to preview where we are going. You’ll pick up long-awaited conversations with friends, sharing your own stories of the past, present and future.
Details are being finalized for the gala. Look for an announcement soon.
Registration will be available soon.
Thursday, September 27, 2012
You may have sat through Ken Bernhardt’s lecture on marketing the right product to the right customer at the right time. Or you may remember Roger Morin’s class on how to avoid losing in bubbles or crashes. Maybe you learned how to negotiate your next business deal in Ebb Oakley’s business law class.
On Thursday, September 27, 2012, you’ll have a chance to revisit your Executive MBA coursework with a Return to Madness event. You will return to the classroom to learn from your EMBA professors about today’s hottest business topics and challenges. You’ll hear about some of the latest trends without having to do the homework. And afterwards, the learning continues with a networking event over drinks with classmates.
|1 - 1:20 p.m.
Buckhead Center, fifth floor
|1:20 - 1:30 p.m.
|1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
Latest Trends in Atlanta Business & Sectors
Ed Baker, publisher, Atlanta Business Chronicle
|2:30 - 2:45 p.m.
|2:45 - 3:45 p.m.
||Measuring the Long-Term Marketing Health of Your Organization|
Ken Bernhardt, Taylor E. Little, Jr. Professor of Marketing and Special Assistant to the Dean
|3:45 - 4 p.m.
|4 - 5 p.m.
|5 - 5:15 p.m.
|5:15 - 6:30 p.m.
||Cocktail Reception |