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October 1950

October 1950

GEORGIA Magazine, originally called RURAL GEORGIA, is the state's oldest magazine. 

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July 1990

July 1990

In 1990 RURAL GEORGIA changed its name to GEORGIA Magazine to reflect its growing popularity in the state's metropolitan centers. 

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November 2016

November 2016

The November 2016 issue of GEORGIA Magazine featured a cover story on restoration work at Pasaquan, a folk art installation outside Buena Vista. 

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July 1976

July 1976

RURAL GEORGIA, which later became GEORGIA Magazine, was published in Millen until 1977, when its offices moved to Atlanta. 

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January 1995

January 1995

The January 1995 issue of GEORGIA Magazine featured articles on winemaking and filmmaking in Georgia. 

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Atlanta Business Chronicle

Atlanta Business Chronicle

The Atlanta Business Chronicle, founded by Bob Gray and Mike Weingart in 1978, is a weekly journal that covers business and industry news in Atlanta. Today the publication is owned by American City Business Journals.

Terry College of Business

Terry College of Business

The Terry College of Business at the University of Georgia is housed in Brooks Hall (middle), located on the university's historic north campus. Terry College offers seven degree programs and is consistently ranked as one of the best business schools in the nation.

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Brooks Hall

Brooks Hall

Brooks Hall, designed by prominent Atlanta architect Neel Reid, was built in 1928 on the north campus of the University of Georgia in Athens. The building houses the Terry College of Business, which was founded in 1912 as the School of Commerce.

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C. Herman Terry

C. Herman Terry

C. Herman Terry, for whom the Terry College of Business is named, was an alumnus and benefactor of the school. In 1990 he and his wife, Mary Virginia Terry, donated $6 million, the largest cash gift in the college's history. The money was used to fund fellowships and scholarships and to endow faculty chairs.

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Executive Education Center

Executive Education Center

The Executive Education Center of the Terry College of Business is located in the Buckhead area of Atlanta. The center opened in 2005 and houses the school's Executive MBA program, in addition to facilitating interactions between Terry College and the Atlanta business community.

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Michael J. Coles College of Business

Michael J. Coles College of Business

The Michael J. Coles College of Business at Kennesaw State University offers both undergraduate and graduate degrees in business administration. The school is housed in the A. L. Burrus building, constructed on the KSU campus in 1991.

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Michael J. Coles

Michael J. Coles

Michael J. Coles, pictured in 2006, is the founder of the American Cookie Company. In 2001 he was named to the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia. The Michael J. Coles School of Business at Kennesaw State University is named in his honor.

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J. Mack Robinson College of Business

J. Mack Robinson College of Business

Georgia State University's J. Mack Robinson College of Business is home to seventeen research centers and institutes, including the Economic Forecasting Center, the Institute of Health Administration, and the Small Business Development Center.

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Ernest Scheller Jr. College of Business at Georgia Tech

Ernest Scheller Jr. College of Business at Georgia Tech

The Ernest Scheller Jr. College of Business at the Georgia Institute of Technology, located in Technology Square in Midtown Atlanta, opened as a business school in 1912. Today the college offers a variety of undergraduate and graduate degrees and is consistently rated one of the best business schools in the country.

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Goizueta Business School

Goizueta Business School

The Goizueta Business School at Emory University in Atlanta is named for Roberto Goizueta, the former president of the Coca-Cola Company. The school, which offers both undergraduate and graduate programs, was ranked among the top fifty business schools by in 2004 .

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Goizueta Foundation Center for Research and Doctoral Education

Goizueta Foundation Center for Research and Doctoral Education

The Goizueta Business School at Emory University began construction on the Goizueta Foundation Center for Research and Doctoral Education, a $33.4 million addition, in 2004.

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Georgia Trend

Georgia Trend

Georgia Trend, a monthly publication founded in 1985, follows the economic and political news in the state. This October 2004 cover displays photographs from the annual "40 under 40" feature, which lists forty influential Georgians in the business and political communities who are under the age of forty.

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