A love of community and serving others are two things that set University of West Georgia freshman Amelia Farmer apart from most young people her age.

Diving into Business: From the Butterfly to the Business Room

A love of community and serving others are two things that set University of West Georgia student Amelia Farmer apart from most young people her age.

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The University of West Georgia’s Richards College of Business has released the latest West Georgia regional update, and data shows that the U.S. economy continues to grow at a steady pace.

West Georgia Regional Update Shows Decrease in Unemployment Rates

The University of West Georgia's Richards College of Business has released the latest West Georgia regional update, and data shows that the U.S. economy continues to grow at a steady pace.

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A key to helping students understand financial wellness and embrace fiscal responsibility is highlighting the freedom that money provides. That’s the basic premise of Dollars Making Sense, a new program being developed by Kim Holder, director of the University of West Georgia Center for Economic Education (CEE).

Dollars Making Sense: New Program Promotes Smart Money Management

A key to helping students understand financial wellness and embrace fiscal responsibility is highlighting the freedom that money provides. That's the basic premise of Dollars Making Sense, a new program being developed by Kim Holder, director of the University of West Georgia Center for Economic Education (CEE).

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At the Richards College of Business, spring semester wrapped up as 61 junior, senior and graduate students were recognized and inducted into the Beta Gamma Sigma honors society. The ceremony was held at the University of West Georgia Campus Center Ballroom.

Business Students Inducted into Honors Society

At the Richards College of Business, spring semester wrapped up as 61 junior, senior and graduate students were recognized and inducted into the Beta Gamma Sigma honors society. The ceremony was held at the University of West Georgia Campus Center Ballroom.

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As an involved member of his local community and someone who at the age of 24 had already achieved the honor of being the youngest person ever elected to the City Council in his hometown, University of West Georgia alumnus Jonathan James had already accomplished quite a lot. But there was an item of unfinished business on his list—a college degree.

From Council Chamber to Classroom: Student returns to finish bachelor's, MBA

As an involved member of his local community and someone who at the age of 24 had already achieved the honor of being the youngest person ever elected to the City Council in his hometown, University of West Georgia alumnus Jonathan James had already accomplished quite a lot. But there was an item of unfinished business on his list--a college degree.

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