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UGA Honors student Elise Karinshak is among 417 undergraduates across the nation to be recognized as 2022 Barry Goldwater Scholars, earning the highest undergraduate award of its type for the fields of mathematics, engineering and the natural sciences.

While a student at the University of Georgia, Tope Awotona went door to door selling home alarm systems. The Calendly CEO and founder remembers selling three systems on his first day on the job, making $500. But his fast start didn’t last — he went the rest of the week without another sale. It… Read Article

It can be hard to raise your hand for class discussion when you have 300 classmates.

But no one resists an online poll.  

Takeaways The COVID-19 pandemic was the first widescale deployment of chatbots to address the same health crisis and quickly disseminate accurate information.

Clean beauty enthusiast and University of Georgia graduate student Kristen Dunning is making her mark by helping others clean up.

The part-time and full-time MBA programs at UGA both moved up the latest graduate school rankings from U.S. News & World Report, with the part-time Professional MBA in Atlanta earning its best ranking ever from U.S. News.

It was September 2019 when Dan Amos participated in a Business Roundtable meeting — a quarterly gathering of CEOs from major U.S. companies — to share ideas about the evolution of business.

A team of University of Georgia marketing students is heading to California after winning Terry College’s 2022 Digital Marketing Case Competition.

Mark Huber, senior lecturer in the Department of Management Information Systems, is one of two UGA faculty members recognized by the  inaugural University of Georgia Award for Excellence in Teaching, which recognizes exemplary instruction by teaching faculty.

Corporations are like hash browns — the more toppings on the griddle, the better the outcome.

That idea helped turn Waffle House from a hometown hotspot to a chain with nearly 2,000 restaurants in 25 states, said Vecus Miller, an executive vice president for the Georgia-based company.