• Sara Holland

    Faculty

    The "In Their Own Words" series examines some of the more personal paths of faculty at the Terry College. Finance professor Sara Holland answers "Why is reading the newspaper daily so important to you?”

  • Julio Sevilla

    Faculty

    Julio Sevilla brings fresh insights from his consumer behavior research into the classroom, which he says benefits both his students and his research.

  • Kayla Wilding

    Students

    How one Terry economics major made it to the White House, the Brookings Institute and, then, back to school.

  • Santanu Chatterjee

    Faculty

    The "In Their Own Words" series examines some of the more personal paths of faculty at the Terry College. Economics professor Santanu Chatterjee answers "What was your undergraduate major and why did you choose it?”

  • Carolyn Dehring

    Faculty

    The "In Their Own Words" series examines some of the more personal paths of faculty at the Terry College. Real Estate professor Carolyn Dehring answers "How did you get into research?”

  • Sundar Bharadwaj

    Faculty

    The "In Their Own Words" series examines some of the more personal paths of faculty at the Terry College. Marketing professor Sundar Bharadwaj answers "How did you get into research?”

  • John Cochran (BBA 2003)

    Alumni

    Thanks to the ingenuity of John Cochran, the list of things that Athens is famous for now includes…beer

  • Heather Ripley (BBA/MAcc 2006)

    Alumni

    Tax attorney Heather Ripley is also a talented artist. When the former UGA Foundation Fellow's proposal was chosen from a deep pool of qualified applicants to paint a fiberglass bulldog statue that will grace the lobby of the UGA admissions office, she jumped at the chance.

  • David Mustard

    Faculty

    This series examines some of the more personal paths of faculty at the Terry College. Meigs Professor of Economics David Mustard answers “What was your undergraduate major and why did you choose it?”

  • Neerav Maniklal (BBA 2014)

    Alumni

    Although he caught the entrepreneurship bug before starting at Terry, recent finance grad Neerav Maniklal honed his skills by joining the Society of Entrepreneurs and ultimately landed a job a Google.