On Friday, the University of West Georgia’s Richards College of Business welcomed experts in the field of data analytics for the fifth annual SAS Analytics Summit. Students as well as faculty, staff, community members and area professionals were invited to the event, which showcases the variety of applications for large data analytics across multiple fields.

Summit brings data insights to UWG

On Friday, the University of West Georgia's Richards College of Business welcomed experts in the field of data analytics for the fifth annual SAS Analytics Summit. Students as well as faculty, staff, community members and area professionals were invited to the event, which showcases the variety of applications for large data analytics across multiple fields.

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After a whirlwind of a week that saw destructive weather and travel delays, a road-weary William Cross returned to Carrollton from the 17th annual Rice Business Plan Competition at Rice University with one more prize under his belt.

Student Continues Success: Crossing off Diabetic Nerve Pain

After a whirlwind of a week that saw destructive weather and travel delays, a road-weary William Cross returned to Carrollton from the 17th annual Rice Business Plan Competition at Rice University with one more prize under his belt.

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From engaging classes to exciting student organizations, the University of West Georgia offers a variety of resources to help students succeed and thrive at the university. Undergraduate student Hannah Beth Baldizon, of Carrollton, is a perfect example of a student who is taking advantage of these opportunities to do just that.

Carrollton Student Shines at UWG, Plans Own Business After Graduation

From engaging classes to exciting student organizations, the University of West Georgia offers a variety of resources to help students succeed and thrive at the university. Undergraduate student Hannah Beth Baldizon, of Carrollton, is a perfect example of a student who is taking advantage of these opportunities to do just that.

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Business students at the University of West Georgia recently took advantage of a rare opportunity to meet with faculty and community leaders to discuss major societal topics of the day as well as hear an inspirational message from UWG alumna Missy Dugan, president and CEO of Boys & Girls Club of Metro Atlanta.

Roundtable Brings Students New Insights

Business students at the University of West Georgia recently took advantage of a rare opportunity to meet with faculty and community leaders to discuss major societal topics of the day as well as hear an inspirational message from UWG alumna Missy Dugan, president and CEO of Boys & Girls Club of Metro Atlanta.

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