• Get the message?


    When Sam Getty graduates in May, not only will he leave UGA with degrees in marketing and cognitive science, he'll also leave having created and launched his own iPhone application, Textr. 

  • Laura Zimmermann, assistant professor of economics


    Laura Zimmermann, assistant professor of economics, talks about her classes, her teaching style and what makes for an ideal student. 

  • Annette Poulsen


    Annette Poulsen, the Sterne Chair of Banking and Finance in the finance department, enjoys teaching a broad spectrum of students—from undergraduates in their first semester to graduate students in MBA, Executive MBA and Ph.D. programs.

  • In Their Own Words: John Hulland


    The Terry website and magazine devotes a lot of attention to faculty contributions that impact students, the field of research, and the reputation of the college. An essential part of the college experience is also a student’s personal path to acquire knowledge. 

    John Hulland, the Emily H. and Charles M. Tanner Jr. Chair in Sales Management answers the question "How did your childhood love of playing in the sand contribute to your career?"

  • A Terry Trifecta


    Broadway actor Eddie Cantor once said, “It takes 20 years to make an overnight success.” The Terry College is thankful that marketing professor Kevin Ellis isn’t that patient. The past six months has yielded an unprecedented number of “firsts” for the Terry College Sales Program. Terry not only won the team and individual phases of the National Collegiate Sales Competition (NCSC), but it was also victorious in the team phase of the International Collegiate Sales Competition (ICSC), and the individual phase of the State Farm Sales Competition.

  • Frank Raiford (BBA ‘15)


    Bulldog 100 business owner Frank Raiford's (BBA '15) story is a bit unique. After leaving UGA in 1979 to start his business career - just three credits shy of graduating -- Frank returned this year to graduate alongside his youngest daughter.

  • Jamilla Johnson


    UGA: Share a little bit about your time interning with Tyler Perry Studios.

    Jamilla Johnson: It was truly a life-changing experience. I was a production assistant for If Loving You is Wrong and Love Thy Neighbor, two of Tyler Perry’s television shows. One of the main reasons I loved working there is because no two days were alike. Although the hours were long, time flew by because it was enjoyable. Being in such a fast-paced atmosphere and being surrounded by hard-working people who have years of experience were definitely attributes of the internship that contributed to it being a great learning environment. And I loved meeting the talent, of course.

  • ‘Blood Orange’


    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


    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. 

  • Craig Piercy

    Business education boldly goes online


    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.