A lecturer of finance in the James M. Hull College of Business
Areas of Expertise (1)
Professor of the Year
An award that is given by the Beta Gamma Sigma
Augusta State University,: Bachelor's degree, Mathematics
Georgia Southern University: Master's degree, Mathematics Teacher Education
Florida State University: Doctoral degree, Finance
Media Appearances (4)
Smart money moves during COVID-19 crisis
Augusta University's JagWire online
Although Congress has distributed a $2 trillion package to boost the economy, many Americans are still feeling anxious as jobs are lost and hours are cut. To help ease financial frustrations, Dr. Wendy Habegger, a lecturer of finance in the James M. Hull College of Business at Augusta University, is available to offer advice to help you make the right money moves during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Local business owners feel effects of inflation
The Augusta Press online
With prices rising at grocery stores and gas pumps, everything seems to be getting more expensive. Current economic trends have been driven by a variety of factors, from staff shortages because of the pandemic, to the conflict between Russia and Ukraine.
Finance expert shares insight on student loan debt
If you have federal loans, you need to make sure the Department of Education has your income information so they can apply the forgiveness to your account. “This is going to help people achieve their personal goals just a little bit sooner,” said Finance Lecturer at Augusta University, Wendy Habegger.
'Avoid stupid': Many are in financial stress. Augusta experts tell you how to survive it
Augusta Chronicle print
Odds are, you’re struggling with financial stress. But there are ways to help overcome it. About 72% of Americans reported feeling stressed about money matters in the previous month, according to an American Psychological Association survey conducted in March.