The Center for Economic Education and Financial Literacy at the University of West
Georgia recently hosted an event to educate UWG fraternity and sorority members on
financial well being. Members from all four fraterntiy and sorority councils attended the
interactive event, with attendees playing games with financial lessons embedded in
them.

Financing the Future: UWG's CEEFL Hosts Lecture for Fraternity and Sorority Members

The Center for Economic Education and Financial Literacy at the University of West Georgia recently hosted an event to educate UWG fraternity and sorority members on financial well being. Members from all four fraternity and sorority councils attended the interactive event, with attendees playing games with financial lessons embedded in them.

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More than 350 business, government and community leaders from the west Georgia region convened at the University of West Georgia Tuesday morning to hear three speakers’ vision for 2020 at the 23rd annual Economic Forecast Breakfast.

2020 Vision: UWG Hosts 23rd Annual Economic Forecast Breakfast

More than 350 business, government and community leaders from the west Georgia region convened at the University of West Georgia Tuesday morning to hear three speakers' vision for 2020 at the 23rd annual Economic Forecast Breakfast.

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The University of West Georgia broke ground Friday on what Interim President Dr. Micheal Crafton called a “life-changing beacon of higher learning.” With Homecoming 2019 in full swing, the Richards College of Business celebrated connections at the highly anticipated groundbreaking of Roy Richards Sr. Hall, named after Southwire Company LLC’s founder.

UWG Holds Groundbreaking Ceremony for Richards Hall

The University of West Georgia broke ground Friday on what Interim President Dr. Micheal Crafton called a "life-changing beacon of higher learning." With Homecoming 2019 in full swing, the Richards College of Business celebrated connections at the highly anticipated groundbreaking of Roy Richards Sr. Hall, named after Southwire Company LLC's founder.

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Two years ago, Dell Technologies released a report that sent shockwaves through educational institutions around the globe. UWG’s Dr. Jeannie Pridmore – and the curriculum she teaches as an associate professor in the Richards College of Business – are still feeling the effects of that report, which asserted that 85 percent of the jobs that will exist by the year 2030 haven’t been invented yet.

I, Robot: UWG Class Aims to Prepare Students for Tomorrow's Jobs Today

Two years ago, Dell Technologies released a report that sent shockwaves through educational institutions around the globe. UWG's Dr. Jeannie Pridmore - and the curriculum she teaches as an associate professor in the Richards College of Business - are still feeling the effects of that report, which asserted that 85 percent of the jobs that will exist by the year 2030 haven't been invented yet.

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Women from across the region gathered at the University of West Georgia last week to hear from three empowered – and empowering – women, learning how to advocate for other women in the workplace – and accept their colleagues’ advocacy in return.

More than a Mentor: UWG's Richards College of Business Hosts Annual Women Empowering Women Event

Women from across the region gathered at the University of West Georgia last week to hear from three empowered - and empowering - women, learning how to advocate for other women in the workplace - and accept their colleagues' advocacy in return.

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