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Atlanta Business Chronicle names Oglethorpe’s President Schall among ‘Most Admired’ Atlanta CEOs

Oglethorpe University President Larry Schall has been selected as one of Atlanta Business Chronicle’s Most Admired CEOs for 2019. These annual awards honor local leaders who have demonstrated a strong record of innovation and vision, outstanding financial performance, a commitment to culture in the workplace, and who have made significant contributions to the metro community. […]

Sophomore’s first internship takes her to Capitol Hill

Politics and Economics double major Lola Oyinloye ’21 is taking the first steps in her career this summer with a highly coveted congressional internship in Washington, DC. The Oglethorpe junior is interning with Congressman David Scott, the representative for Georgia’s 13th district. Oyinloye had set her sights on Congress for her first internship, and when […]

Senior accepted into prestigious economics scholars program

For the second consecutive year, an Oglethorpe student has been selected for the highly competitive American Economic Association’s Summer Scholars Program (AEASP). Michael Bell, a senior mathematics major and economics minor, follows last year’s participant, Paige Davis ’18. The AEASP is an intensive eight-week residential program housed at Michigan State University. The fellowship provides summer development programs […]

UPS leadership talks operations innovation with business students

What better way to learn about real-world business operations than from Atlanta’s own UPS? Earlier this month, Juan Perez and Jim Winestock of UPS presented to Dr. Lynn Guhde‘s 400-level Operations Management class. Perez currently serves as Chief Information and Engineering Officer and is a member of the UPS Management Committee. Winestock, an Oglethorpe alumnus […]

Economics students attend national conference headlined by Fed Chairman

Over winter break, five economics students, along with faculty members Dr. Cassandra Copeland and Dr. Peter Kower, attended the annual conference of the American Economic Association. The national conference, primarily attended by professionals and graduate students, was held in Atlanta January 4-6 and featured panels, job fairs, and other networking opportunities. Student attendees included economics majors […]

Two students awarded prestigious Gilman International Scholarships

Two Oglethorpe students, Claudine Niyonsenga ’20 and Yana Timoshenko ’20, have received the prestigious and selective Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship to study abroad during the 2019 spring semester. The U.S. Department of State annually awards grants of up to $5,000 to deserving students to assist with international education. Niyonsenga, a Business Administration major, will attend […]

Paris study abroad program debuts in summer 2019

Add the City of Lights to the growing list of study abroad programs where students can earn transferable Oglethorpe class credits. Starting in the summer of 2019, a new five-week session will be added in Paris, France, immersing undergrads in a cultural exchange that will last a lifetime. Oglethorpe has served as the academic partner […]