• Adam Wexler

    Adam Wexler (BBA 2007)

    Alumni

    Adam Wexler (BBA ’07) says Terry’s ILA program — in particular, its emphasis on team building — has had a profound impact on the way he leads his new music-oriented website team.

  • Bryan Calhoun

    Bryan Calhoun (BBA 1992)

    Alumni

    If you were Map Questing the journey that Bryan Calhoun has taken through the music industry since he began taking finance classes at the Terry College in 1990, you would start by typing in the address for UGA’s campus radio station, WUOG, whose cubbyhole offices on the top floor of Memorial Hall did not afford Calhoun a view of where he has ended up nearly two decades later at the modern, glass-walled SoundExchange offices on 14th Street in Washington, D.C.

  • Steve Fallon

    Steve Fallon (BBA 1980)

    Alumni

    Fallon’s new Atlanta-based independent insurance agency specializes in employee benefits. It has been so successful in such a short period of time that Benefits Selling magazine honored him as one of their five “Broker of the Year” finalists for 2009.

  • Dana Lupton

    Dana Lupton (BBA 1986)

    Alumni

    When Dana Lupton’s (BBA ’86) nationally renowned Moving in the Spirit dance company ran into financial trouble, she didn’t have to rely on the kindness of strangers to bail her out.

  • Mark Martin

    Mark Martin (MBA 2007)

    Alumni

    Mark Martin (MBA ’07) enrolled in Terry’s MBA program to learn how to sculpt a business plan for a charter school he planned to start in Atlanta. When Hurricane Katrina laid waste to New Orleans, he saw a chance to give a failing school district a new lease on life.

  • Greg Trandel

    Stimulus Discussion Panel

    Events

    On Wednesday, February 18, the Economics Society sponsored a panel discussion of the recently passed stimulus plan, with Professors Bill Lastrapes (Economics), Greg Trandel (Economics) and Robert Grafstein (Political Science) serving as the panelists.

  • Randall Bramblett

    UGA Tribute to Otis Redding

    Events

    At first blush, Athens isn't a town that's readily connected to '60s soul music sensation Otis Redding, a member of both the Rock and Roll and Georgia Music halls of fame.

  • Ray Young

    CFO Roundtable 2009 Year-End Dinner

    Events

    Terry College of Business Dean Robert T. Sumichrast addressed some 150 Atlanta-area senior finance executives on Nov. 19 at the CFO Roundtable's 2009 Year-End Dinner and CFO of the Year award presentation. Sumichrast praised the nationally recognized roundtable program in remarks preceding a keynote address by Ray G. Young, who at the time of his speech was nearing the end of a tumultuous year as chief financial officer of General Motors Co.

  • Cayle Bywater

    The Cayle Project

    Programs

    Cayle Bywater had a simple desire to help people, says her friend and classmate Beth Daniell, who frequently carpooled with Bywater to take evening courses at UGA’s Gwinnett campus in the Master of Internet Technology program.

  • Dill Driscoll

    Mark “Dill” Driscoll

    Executives

    Mark "Dill" Driscoll has done it all in what he calls "experiential marketing," and as Terry's first Entrepreneur-in-Residence he's passing his fiery will to succeed on to the next generation.