9.12.14- Women Empowering Women

Join Richards College for a powerful event:  Women Empowering Women: Connect. Inspire. Lead. on September 12, 2014 from 11:30-1:30 at the Burson Center.  Panelists include:

  • Ms. Kim Bergonzi
  • Ms. Gail Evans
  • Ms. Kimberly Flowers
  • Ms. Christa Pitts

Seating is Limited. Cost is $10, and includes lunch.

Register here.

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Dean's Welcome

The University of West Georgia’s Richards College of Business was endowed with a gift from the Richards family to support continued excellence in education. This support has been instrumental in our ability to provide students with an educational setting where positive learning experiences prepare them for future positions of responsibility . . .

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Graduate Degree Programs

Join us at our FREE WEBINAR to learn more about the top-ranked Georgia WebMBA® program. During the Webinar you will find out about admission requirements, how the team-based cohort program works, and information about all of the consortium schools. You will also have an opportunity to ask MBA directors questions about the program.
Register for the September 10, 2014 Webinar (12 noon EST)

Further instructions and how to connect will be sent separately via email. If you have questions about registration, please contact us at info@webmbaonline.org 

Richards College of Business WebMBA ranked #4 in the Nation by U.S. News & World Report.

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Richards College Business Sense

Written by current and former Faculty, Staff, Current Students, Alumni and Corporate Partners
In this issue of Business Sense, Richards College alumnus John Horton allowed us to reprint his blog posting about what is really important in business and in life.

Why we do things is more important than what we do

 “Anything you can do I can do better; I can do anything better than you.” is one of the most memorable lines from the song Anything You Can Do which was composed by Irving Berlin for the 1946 Broadway musical, Annie Get Your Gun. The song is a spirited duet, with one male singer and one female singer attempting to out-do each other in increasingly complex tasks. Read More. . .

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