Clean beauty enthusiast and University of Georgia graduate student Kristen Dunning is making her mark by helping others clean up.
Gently Soap wins again, this time at Collegiate Great Brands Competition
Georgia’s part-time and full-time MBA programs on the upswing in U.S. News rankings
The part-time and full-time MBA programs at UGA both moved up the latest graduate school rankings from U.S. News & World Report, with the part-time Professional MBA in Atlanta earning its best ranking ever from U.S. News.
It was September 2019 when Dan Amos participated in a Business Roundtable meeting — a quarterly gathering of CEOs from major U.S. companies — to share ideas about the evolution of business.
A team of University of Georgia marketing students is heading to California after winning Terry College’s 2022 Digital Marketing Case Competition.
Mark Huber, senior lecturer in the Department of Management Information Systems, is one of two UGA faculty members recognized by the inaugural University of Georgia Award for Excellence in Teaching, which recognizes exemplary instruction by teaching faculty.
Waffle House executive says company’s culture of service builds community
Corporations are like hash browns — the more toppings on the griddle, the better the outcome.
That idea helped turn Waffle House from a hometown hotspot to a chain with nearly 2,000 restaurants in 25 states, said Vecus Miller, an executive vice president for the Georgia-based company.
The home has long been a great store of wealth for most American families, and new University of Georgia research ties this access to greater entrepreneurial outcomes.
Chloe Renee Kelley may not be on the very top of the world, but the view from her 46th floor conference room in Manhattan is still pretty sweet.
There’s a reason it’s called “Ironman.” The 70.3-mile triathlon starts with a 1.2-mile swim, followed by a 56-mile bike ride, and ends with a 13.1-mile run. Participants have eight-and-a-half hours to finish the race.
Terry Business Extravaganza challenges students’ decision-making abilities
Terry College of Business students put their knowledge to the test by developing real-time solutions to business problems at the inaugural Terry Business Extravaganza.