• Kamilah Gray

    Kamilah Gray


    Gray, the founding member of Terry’s Professional Entertainment and Sports Association, has high hopes of being a chief marketing officer of a major film studio or television network one day.

  • Shannon Vreeland

    Shannon Vreeland


    Olympic gold medalist Shannon Vreeland is a reluctant celebrity and a standout student in UGA’s Honors program.

  • Alex Pirie

    Alex Pirie


    In the college's first attempt, four Terry students won first place at the Institute Management Accountants National Case Competition in Las Vegas. What's more impressive—they did it without faculty assistance. What're the odds?

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    Christina Harris


    Christina Harris (BBA ’07) credits her experience as a Leonard Leadership Scholar with her success in working with international consulting teams in Dubai and other regions of Africa and Asia.

  • Dill Driscoll

    Team 14h30 is road map to success


    Terry Entrepreneur-in-Residence Mark “Dill” Driscoll is offering UGA students the kind of mentoring, coupled with hands-on work-place experiences, that are the pre-requisites to success in the business world.

  • Wes VanDyk

    Next Top Entrepreneur


    William Harper (MBA ‘08) and Christian Allen (MBA ‘08) have used Next Top Entrepreneur as a vehicle to give back to Terry and invest in startups at the same time.

  • Kevin Ellis

    Terry Sales Competition


    The atmosphere around the Terry Sales Competition has some similarities to another fall sport – those college football all-star games. In both cases, the people doing the hiring are scouting talent.

  • Health Economics

    Health Economics


    By bringing in three, new health-economics researchers to the faculty, the Terry College makes a major commitment to an area of national concern.

  • Jane Thayer

    Getting Too Emotionally Invested


    Financial markets move faster than ever, but Thayer's research shows investment decisions are still undermined by the same old biases of human emotions.

  • Nathaniel Grow

    In Defense of Baseball’s Antitrust Exemption


    Nathaniel Grow argues in his award-winning paper that Major League Baseball’s antitrust exemption hasn’t led it to behave much differently than other pro sports leagues that don’t operate as unregulated monopolies.