Prof Uses Hands-On Activities to Enhance Learning
White has been a professor at UWG since 2010, teaching management, human resources, organizational behavior, and foundations of computer applications in the Richards College of Business Management Department. White says she enjoys creating positive, fun experiences for students here at UWG. One way she achieves this is by leading group activities and assigning creative projects.
UWG Online Programs Ranked Among Nation's Best by U.S. News & World Report
Students who Go West by going online receive a top-ranked education, according to U.S. News & World Report's 2019 Best Online Programs rankings released this week. The University of West Georgia earned coveted spots on the publication's lists of Best Online Programs, Best Online MBA, Best Online Computer Information Technology graduate degree, Best Online Education graduate degree and Best Online Nursing graduate degree.
Business Honors Student Has Her Eye on the Courtroom
As a junior in high school, Katlyn Bradshaw joined Cohort 3 as one of the youngest members the Southwire Sustainable Business Honors (SSBH) Program had ever admitted. And now, after only two years, she has completed her bachelor's degree at the age of 20, started her MBA, and is well on her way to her goal of starting her own law firm.
UWG Students Bring New Ideas to Employee Engagement Survey at Southwire
Few people graduate college having completed a project with a real-life budget and presented it to the leadership of one of the largest wire manufacturers in the world. But that's true for a select group of students in the Richards College of Business at the University of West Georgia.
'A Passion to Learn': UWG Alum Returns to Get His MBA Online
When Troy Vollenweider was growing up, his parents lived so close to the University of West Georgia, they could walk to campus. As an adult earning his Master of Business Administration degree from the Richards College of Business, Vollenweider didn't have to come to campus at all.