• Jamilla Johnson

    Students
  • ‘Blood Orange’

    Events

    The theme that runs through all of Arthur Blank’s ventures, from Home Depot to The Atlanta Falcons, is a commitment to a customer-first, principled culture.

  • Gregory Mankiw, chair of economics at Harvard University

    Events

    The way you feel about income inequality may be shaped by how you feel about The Avengers, according to Gregory Mankiw, chair of the economics department at Harvard University. 

  • Business education boldly goes online

    Faculty

    As the director of the Master of Internet Technology program and the first Certified Online Instructor in the Terry College, Craig Piercy is no stranger to teaching students he’s never met.

    In fact, conveying a personal a touch through a computer screen is a specialty of his. 

  • Harold Black, Terry’s first African-American student

    Alumni

    The first time Harold Black ever spoke to a white person, it was an admissions officer at UGA in 1962.

  • Chris Brearton (BBA ‘92)

    AlumniEvents

    A former collegiate swimmer for UGA and certified public accountant with KPMG in Los Angeles, Chris Brearton (BBA ’92) fielded questions at a Terry Leadership Speaker Series event about his failures at networking, why teamwork matters, and the single best lesson he learned at UGA.

  • Kathleen Wilson, economics

    Students

    Foundation Fellow Kathleen Wilson has traveled the world and is now working in Washington, D.C., with the U.S. Department of State in preparation for her career advocating for the political, economic and social rights of women and girls worldwide.

  • Bryan Wish, marketing major

    Students

    Regret. Success. Heartbreak. Calf braces. These are the topics that are served up every week on The Wish Dish, a new website where college students across the country share personal stories.

    And if it sounds therapeutic, it is.

  • Sara Chamberlain, marketing major

    Students

    Sara Chamberlain, a senior majoring in marketing and theatre, says the “choice was clear” to attend UGA, and from the classroom to the stage, she’s made the most of her opportunities.

  • Tina Carpenter, associate professor of accounting

    Faculty

    Tina Carpenter, an associate professor in the J.M. Tull School of Accounting, is passionate about her work. Through research and teaching, she strives to help auditors, investors, policymakers, and students better prevent and detect fraudulent financial reporting.