For Stephen Young, it’s both what you say and how you say it. Young was the latest speaker in the BB&T Lectures in Free Enterprise series, a partnership between the University of West Georgia's Richards College of Business and the BB&T Foundation. Created eight years ago, the series generates a dialog about the ethical foundation of capitalism and free enterprise.

Actions Really can Speak Louder than Words: UWG Hosts Stephen Young

For Stephen Young, it's both what you say and how you say it. Young was the latest speaker in the BB&T Lectures in Free Enterprise series, a partnership between the University of West Georgia's Richards College of Business and the BB&T Foundation. Created eight years ago, the series generates a dialog about the ethical foundation of capitalism and free enterprise.

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Holder, an economics professor and director of the Center for Economic Education and Financial Literacy housed in UWG's Richards College of Business, serves students by helping them build solid financial foundations.

Helping Dollars Make Sense - Holder Serves Students Through Economics

Holder, an economics professor and director of the Center for Economic Education and Financial Literacy housed in UWG's Richards College of Business, serves students by helping them build solid financial foundations.

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Carrie Tarpley is a non-traditional student in more ways than one. The University of West Georgia student - the mother of two daughters, one 21 years old and the other 16 years old - is one of six students in the fifth cohort of the Southwire Sustainable Business Honors Program (SSBHP) in the Richards College of Business. Tarpley's the program's first non-traditional student, meaning she did not immediately enroll in post-secondary education immediately following high school.

From home-school mom to master's degree: UWG student part of ambitious Southwire program

Carrie Tarpley is a non-traditional student in more ways than one. The University of West Georgia student - the mother of two daughters, one 21 years old and the other 16 years old - is one of six students in the fifth cohort of the Southwire Sustainable Business Honors Program (SSBHP) in the Richards College of Business. Tarpley's the program's first non-traditional student, meaning she did not immediately enroll in post-secondary education immediately following high school.

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