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Workshops give UGA students edge in job market

In addition to management and human resources, public administration theory and finance, students in UGA’s top ranked Master of Public Administration program are now getting lessons in an area that employers say they need: soft skills. Taught by faculty and staff from UGA’s Carl Vinson Institute...

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UGA students win national policy competition for TurnKey app

A new app wants to reward teens for not using the phone while driving. Created by students from the University of Georgia, the app recently took first place at the University of Pennsylvania's Fels National Invitational Public Policy Challenge held March 24-26 in Philadelphia. The team-consisting of...

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MBA programs rise in U.S. News rankings

Terry's part-time and full-time MBA programs both rose in the latest graduate school rankings from U.S. News & World Report on the strength of the college's highest-ever employment rate for new graduates and its academic reputation among peer business schools. Terry's Professional MBA Program moved up...

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Good, bad or inconsistent

What’s worse than an unfair boss? A sometimes unfair boss. That’s one conclusion from research by two Terry College management professors, which found that unpredictable supervisors are more stressful to work for than consistently unfair bosses. “It’s counterintuitive. You would think that a person would want to...

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