Author: Mary Ann DeMuth

Mastering the Future

A decade or so ago, students pursuing a master of business administration degree would mostly be found attending lectures and taking tests in courses that prepared them for a specific discipline, like finance or accounting. Today, the educational approach has…

Four for the Future

University of Georgia’s (UGA) Public Service and Outreach (PSO) division is a valuable statewide resource that has assisted many communities in implementing solutions to pressing problems, especially where local expertise and funds aren’t available. “Hundreds of PSO faculty experts are…

Sustainable Georgia Roundup

Certified Green: The Atlanta Regional Commission recently recognized seven communities for making significant strides in reducing their environmental footprint. The cities of Alpharetta, Chamblee, Decatur and Sandy Springs joined Cherokee, Fulton and Gwinnett counties in demonstrating leadership in sustainability practices,…

Trendsetters: brrr°

At Atlanta-based brrr°, cool has become really hot. That’s because the textile technology company has figured out how to create yarn and fabric that can reduce skin temperature by two to three degrees, and national brands are jumping at the…

Next-generation Makers

Engineering education in Georgia has existed since before the Civil War, and over the years our universities have developed specialized programs to meet the evolving needs of industries. Today, four of the state’s public engineering schools – Georgia Tech, Kennesaw…