The University of West Georgia’s Richards College of Business will host a speaker next month whose vast experience in the financial industry will offer unique insight and wisdom to those in attendance.

UWG's BB&T Lecture to Feature King, CEO of Truist

The University of West Georgia's Richards College of Business will host a speaker next month whose vast experience in the financial industry will offer unique insight and wisdom to those in attendance.

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Dr. Susana Velez-Castrillon, associate professor in the Richards College of Business at the University of West Georgia, is conducting research on the topic of food deserts in Carroll County and the impact they have on communities.

Access to Fresh Food: Professor Researches Food Deserts in Surrounding Communities

Dr. Susana Velez-Castrillon, associate professor in the Richards College of Business at the University of West Georgia, is conducting research on the topic of food deserts in Carroll County and the impact they have on communities.

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A University of West Georgia alumnus didn’t have the opportunity to study abroad when he was in college, but now, he’s established a way for current students to see the world thanks to a scholarship.

Change of Pace: UWG Alumnus Dana Pace Establishes Study Abroad Scholarship

A University of West Georgia alumnus didn't have the opportunity to study abroad when he was in college, but now, he's established a way for current students to see the world thanks to a scholarship.

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A team of students from the University of West Georgia recently received several accolades for excellence at an international business competition held in India.

International Acclaim: UWG Team Ranks Third in Annual Competition

A team of students from the University of West Georgia recently received several accolades for excellence at an international business competition held in India.

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Jason Norton has always been an entrepreneur. Just ask his elementary school teachers. When he was in the fifth grade, Norton borrowed an Oriental Trading catalog from his mom and ordered a few items in bulk. He resold the toy trinkets to his classmates at school – with enough markup to turn a profit, of course.

'A Network of Philanthropy': UWG Alumnus Makes Contribution to the Building of Richards Hall and Establishes Scholarship

Jason Norton has always been an entrepreneur. Just ask his elementary school teachers. When he was in the fifth grade, Norton borrowed an Oriental Trading catalog from his mom and ordered a few items in bulk. He resold the toy trinkets to his classmates at school - with enough markup to turn a profit, of course.

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