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Nathaniel Grow, an assistant professor in the Department of Legal Studies, was honored with the Association of Legal Studies in Business 2014 Distinguished Junior Faculty Award.

“Deadbeat Dads” or absent fathers who don’t pay child support are an important contributing factor to child poverty rates. New research from the University of Georgia and Boston College helps explain why.

The Online Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program aimed at full-time employees, military personnel and others looking to upgrade their business skills.

Michael Jenkins has been named the Senior Associate Director of Executive Programs at the University of Georgia Terry College of Business.

Interim Dean Charles Knapp poses with Charles Barham, who has waited nearly 50 years to participate in the convocation ceremony.

Watch video of the procession

The University of Georgia’s Music Business program recently hosted the May Day festival on Sunday, April 27th at the Melting Point. The annual festival is entirely managed by students in the program and is as much about the learning process as it is about the music.

How did you decide that you wanted to be involved in the music business? Did you always know that was where you wanted to be?

Terry’s chapter of Net Impact, a club that helps students apply their business school know-how to social and environmental causes, received Gold Standing for the second year in a row.

On July 1, the Entrepreneurship Program will become part of the MIS department, bringing with it new faculty, courses and activities.

Slogans convey information about products and brands in pithy, bite-sized bits designed to be memorable and functional. Yet slogans offer companies another opportunity: To demonstrate likability.