October 3, 2005

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Michael Terrazas, Editor

Eric Rangus, Senior Editor

Katherine Baust, Staff Writer

Christi Gray, Designer

Jon Rou, Photography Director

Chanmi Kim,
Editorial Assistant


Ben Johnson III (third from left), chair of the Board of Trustees, joined the family of Roberto Goizueta—his widow, Olga (far right), and their children, Javier and Olga—for the ribbon cutting that dedicated the new, $33.4 million Goizueta Foundation Center for Research and Doctoral Education, Wednesday, Sept. 28. The center, which is connected to the main business building by a footbridge, will house Goizueta’s 3-year-old doctoral program, Executive MBA and Modular Executive MBA programs, faculty offices and other amenities. Chief among those is a fifth-floor balcony with a sparkling view.


Grand campus debut for new
Ph.D center

The location of the main stage—directly underneath the bridge between the Goizueta Business School building and its new addition—was as symbolic as it was convenient.

That bridge not only shaded the stage on a hot day but it also connects the Goizueta Business School’s past and present (the 1997 main building) with its future: the brand-new, five-story Goizueta Foundation Center for Research and Doctoral Education, which was dedicated Wednesday, Sept. 28.

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