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Robert E. Rubin, co-chairman of the Council on Foreign Relations and former U.S. Treasury Secretary, will share his thoughts on public service at the annual Mason Public Leadership Lecture on Jan. 30 at 10 a.m. in the University of Georgia Chapel.

The University of Georgia will present “Risk and Insurance Career Days” on Jan. 29 for employers interested in hiring students from its Risk Management and Insurance program.

Buoyed by rising home prices, smart economic policies and new jobs, Georgia's economy will rise more than the national average next year. That was the message delivered by Charles B.

Tim Samples, an assistant professor of legal studies at Terry, has been quoted widely in the international press for his expertise on Mexico’s energy policies.

Three Terry College marketing faculty — Sundar Bharadwaj, Son K.

As the holiday season gears up, beware the popular tip that advises dieters to eat only half the food on the plate. According to a new study from University of Georgia marketing professor Julio Sevilla, that advice can play tricks on your brain — and your waistline.

The annual Georgia Economic Outlook, sponsored by the University of Georgia Terry College of Business, opens Dec. 11 at the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta.

Braves President John Schuerholz talked about plans for a new baseball stadium in Cobb County and his thoughts on management at a University of Georgia Terry College of Business event this morning.

More than 50 news outlets have devoted space to covering a press conference (and its aftermath) co-hosted by Terry faculty member and musician David Lowery.

Researchers from the University of Georgia and the U.S. Department of Justice were awarded $530,000 over three years by the National Science Foundation and CableLabs to study demand for residential Internet service.