A town’s motto says a lot about a place. Atlanta is a “City Too Busy to Hate,” while Athens is “Life Unleashed.” And now, with the help of a dedicated student team from the Terry College’s Institute for Leadership Advancement (ILA), Georgia’s Colquitt County is “Where Life Grows.”
UGA Leonard Leadership Scholars help Colquitt County build its brand
If she’s going to design a space for you, Erika Ward (BBA ’01) wants to nail it. And to do that, she asks for three hours of your time beforehand.
Effective leadership impacts every part of an organization, but there is still plenty to learn about what makes leaders effective, or even what effectiveness looks like.
The Georgia economy is on track to exceed its pre-pandemic peak and make a full recovery by the end of 2022, recovering faster than the national economy.
Bulldog football players with Terry ties use NIL rights to benefit charities
Five Georgia football players teamed up to take advantage of their newfound NIL privileges to help others and created the DGD Fund, which raises money for five beneficiaries, each selected by one of the five Bulldogs, with all monies equally distributed.
What does it mean to live sustainably?
At a basic level, the concept evokes individual responsibility: Recycle those bottles. Join a carpool or, better yet, bike to work. Eat less meat. And please, avoid leisurely showers.
At the request of University of Georgia President Jere W. Morehead, the University Cabinet voted unanimously to recommend that two facilities at the University of Georgia be named for some of the institution’s earliest and most distinguished African American graduates: a new residence hall in… Read Article
William Ross’ sense of fairness was apparent in his first business venture, a pine straw spreading business he started at age 16. It was successful enough that he was able to pay his workers $20 an hour, well over the minimum wage.
In the last year, Sweden has launched a digital version of its Krona and China has piloted a digital Yuan, but a U.S. Federal Reserve official pumped the brakes on the idea of rolling out a digital currency in the United States.
Georgia Economic Outlook returns with in-person events on Dec. 13
As Georgia emerges from two years of economic uncertainty, University of Georgia Terry College of Business experts will address Georgia’s recovery from the COVID-19 recession, the booming housing market and what to expect in the year to come at the 39th annual Georgia Economic Outlook series. … Read Article