• Daniel Feldman

    Terry College’s 2007 Outstanding Research Award

    Research

    Feldman, who is associate dean for research and international programs and also holds the Synovus Chair of Servant Leadership in the Institute for Leadership Advancement, investigates how individuals make decisions to enter or change careers and how new hires adjust to new work environments and to pressure from veteran employees.

  • Maric Boudreau

    Dawning of the ‘Green IT’ era

    Research

    Maric Boudreau and Rick Watson are in the early stages of research that involves monitoring "Green IT," a new environmental movement to combat the startling fact that the global-wide use of PCs, servers, and telecom networks produces as much greenhouse gas as all of the world's airplanes. And for these two MIS professors and a collaborator from Georgia State, there's much more to Green IT than just the computer-generated pollution that's making news today.

  • Chris Hanks

    Chris Hanks

    Faculty

    There is ample evidence to suggest that Chris Hanks (BBA 1990) was born to be an entrepreneur. Now, with a career that has come full circle and landed him back at UGA, Hanks is well-equipped to succeed long-time management professor Charles Hofer as Terry's new business plan guru and mentor to MBA students.

  • Margaret Emmelhainz

    Margaret Emmelhainz

    Faculty

    This spring, Terry College honored marketing and distribution lecturer and undergraduate academic coordinator Margaret A. Emmelhainz with the 2008 Outstanding Teacher Award.

  • Denny Beresford

    Denny Beresford

    Faculty

    What makes former FASB chairman Denny Beresford such an unlikely rock star — in both corporate boardrooms and the academic world — is that the bespectacled Ernst & Young Executive Professor of Accounting acts nothing like the part.

  • Chris Cornwell

    Chris Cornwell

    Faculty

    A professor at the Terry College of Business since 1988, Cornwell has contributed to numerous joint research projects, many of which have been translated into lessons for the classroom. But when he incorporated more action-based learning into his Economics of Human Resources course last spring, he said it was the result of his participation in the Archway Partnership Project during his recent tenure as the director of the Leonard Leadership Scholars program.

  • CPA Exam Pass Rates

    CPA Exam Pass Rates

    Programs

    It’s a 14-hour right of passage split into four parts. It tests knowledge, organization, and expression through its battery of questions. Those who pass each section with a minimum score of 75 percent earn the initials signifying their technical excellence like a badge of honor. It is the Certified Public Accountants (CPA) licensing examination, and its difficulty is so renowned that the long–running joke among accountants is that CPA exam centers serve as their profession’s unofficial reunion place.

  • Ben Cobb

    Ben Cobb

    Students

    Namibian artisans use Cobb's website to sell their goods to world markets.

  • Kevin Killips

    Kevin Killips

    Students

    Kevin Killips credits Terry marketing professor Kevin Ellis with helping him prepare for a national competition in which he finished third and won $1,000.

  • Eric Tonn

    Eric Tonn

    Students

    Senior Eric Tonn visited 23 different colleges before he decided to attend UGA. He said the deciding factors were UGA's combination of academics, social life, football, and weather.