• Experiential Learning


    Terry’s take on UGA’s experiential learning initiative prepares students for success after graduation.

  • Ryan Gembala (BBA ‘03)


    Venture capitalist Ryan Gembala (BBA ’03) carefully mapped his passage from Athens to the San Francisco Bay. Now he is on safari for “transformational technologies” with the potential to be pathbreakers.

  • Research Spotlight: Joshua White


    Newly published research on reforms enacted after the subprime mortgage crisis suggests rule-makers took the best predictors of loan default risk off the table when crafting the new federal guidelines. 

  • Laura Courchesne


    Laura Courchesne's work throughout her three-plus years at the University of Georgia paid incredible dividends as she became one of 32 students in the U.S. to be named a Rhodes Scholar, receiving the oldest and most celebrated international fellowship award in the world.

  • Student Spotlight: Felipe Suarez


    Whether he’s advising peers or businesses, junior Felipe Suarez seeks to make an impact. It’s what drives his hope for a position at a tech company that embraces workplace diversity.​

  • Stan Johnson


    Stan Johnson is the official "paper pusher" for the Terry College of Business.

  • Elena Karahanna

    Elena Karahanna, the L. Edmund Rast Professor of Business, studies the use of information systems in health care while helping prepare graduate students to conduct high-impact scholarship of their own.


  • John Campbell


    There’s a stereotype of the introverted, dull accountant. Then there’s John Campbell, associate professor of accounting in the Terry College of Business. The two couldn’t be more different – and he has the data to prove it.

  • Kaitlyn Nolley


    From touring at Lloyd’s of London to passing her first actuarial exam, junior Kaitlyn Nolley utilizes Terry programs to pave her career path.

  • Kirby Smart (BBA ’98) and Mary Beth Lycett Smart (BBA ’03)


    Their lives are still in whirlwind mode. But Terry finance grads Kirby Smart (BBA ’98) and Mary Beth Lycett Smart (BBA ’03) have returned to their alma mater in new roles as head coach and ‘First Lady’ of the Georgia football program. If 93K Day is any indication, they’re going to be game-changers.