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Juliet Elizabeth Allan was awarded a 2013 Rhodes Scholarship to attend England’s Oxford University, where she plans to pursue a master’s degree in Modern Middle Eastern Studies. She is one of 32 Rhodes recipients in the United States.

The Georgia and U.S. economic forecasts summarized here were prepared by the Terry College’s Selig Center for Economic Growth.

Athens, Ga. — The 30th annual Georgia Economic Outlook luncheon, hosted by the University of Georgia Terry College of Business, is set for Nov. 29 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta.

Athens, Ga. — In a paper the U.S. Chamber of Commerce released Nov. 1, University of Georgia accounting professor Dennis Beresford reaffirms the long-standing policy of using amortized cost for money market mutual funds.

Athens, Ga. — Marketing professor John Hulland has been named the new Emily H. and Charles M. Tanner Jr. Chair in Sales Management at the University of Georgia's Terry College of Business.

Before deciding on a mutual fund, you may want to ask your broker what the nearest church is. Chances are, it will affect your investment.

Athens, Ga. — The Terry College of Business at the University of Georgia presented its awards for outstanding teaching and research to two faculty members in a college-wide meeting Aug. 24.

Athens, Ga. — Myra Moore has been named to the newly created position of Director of Assessment, Rankings and Undergraduate Programs at the University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business.

Athens, Ga.  -  Companies run by CEOs who vote Republican tend to pay more in taxes than companies run by CEOs who vote Democratic, according to a new research paper co-authored by a professor in the University of Georgia's Terry College of Business.