In the years beyond college, Willie Candler plans to carry on the family tradition. 
The question is - which one?

Playing His Options: UWG provides arena for Candler's success on and off the field

In the years beyond college, Willie Candler plans to carry on the family tradition. The question is - which one?

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Dr. Faye McIntyre, dean of the Richards College of Business and Sewell chair of private enterprise at the University of West Georgia, needed only four words to tell why three of her faculty members received an annual award given by students from across Georgia.

“They’re just really good.”

Winners on the Web: Three UWG professors win annual award for WebMBA faculty

Dr. Faye McIntyre, dean of the Richards College of Business and Sewell chair of private enterprise at the University of West Georgia, needed only four words to tell why three of her faculty members received an annual award given by students from across Georgia.

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Few people can say that by the time they were in high school they knew what they wanted to do for the rest of their life. University of West Georgia alumnus Adam Waid ‘04 can say that. In fact, by the time he was a senior, he was already enthusiastic about marketing.

A Passion for Marketing

Few people can say that by the time they were in high school they knew what they wanted to do for the rest of their life. University of West Georgia alumnus Adam Waid '04 can say that. In fact, by the time he was a senior, he was already enthusiastic about marketing.

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Keeping Data Safe: Roundtable brings UWG students new insights

Keeping Data Safe: Roundtable brings UWG students new insights

Every 20 seconds, an individual in the United States becomes the victim of a cyberattack. It happens to an American business every two minutes. Bill Esslinger, CEO of the Carrollton-based Fogo Data Centers and the keynote speaker of this semester's McCalman Executive Roundtable at the University of West Georgia, works every day to change that statistic.

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UWG Hosts Economic Forecast Breakfast: Regional Growth Marks Stronger Employment, Highlights Housing Challenges

UWG Hosts Economic Forecast Breakfast: Regional Growth Marks Stronger Employment, Highlights Housing Challenges

Continued growth in wages and overall labor force are forecast for west Georgia, while finding affordable housing to accommodate that growth has become more difficult. That combination of opportunity and challenge was the recurring theme of the annual Economic Forecast Breakfast held at University of West Georgia by the Center for Business and Economic Research (CBER), a research center at the Richards College of Business.

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