• Neerav Maniklal (BBA 2014)


    Although he caught the entrepreneurship bug before starting at Terry, recent finance grad Neerav Maniklal honed his skills by joining the Society of Entrepreneurs and ultimately landed a job a Google.

  • Jamilla Johnson


    Third-year Terry student Jamilla Johnson thrives in a fast-paced environment. Everything she does, from her marketing coursework to running the student-led club PESA, happens at a rapid pace.

  • Tim Halloran (MMR 1994)


    Tim Halloran (MMR '94) has written a new book, Romancing the Brand, which is a reflection of a 20-year marketing career in which he has built, directed, and consulted with some of the world's most successful brands (Powerade, Dasani, Diet Coke) and provided guidance and support to mega companies such as Coca-Cola, Home Depot, and Kraft Foods.

  • Nicholas Berente


    This series examines some of the more personal paths of faculty at the Terry College. MIS Professor Nicholas Berente answers “How did you get into research?”

  • Trevor Phinney


    Although he’s only in his junior year at UGA, Trevor Phinney has already climbed to leadership positions at UGA. 

  • Annette Poulsen


    This series examines some of the more personal paths of faculty at the Terry College. Sterne Professor of Finance, Annette Poulsen, answers “What was your undergraduate major and why did you choose it?”

  • Associate Dean Mark Dawkins


    Now associate dean for academic programs and an associate professor of accounting, Dawkins served as the Terry College's first director of diversity relations from 2004-2008. 

  • Deirdre Kane


    Like selecting a candidate for a job, evaluating applicants each year for the next incoming class for the Full-time MBA program at the Terry College of Business requires a multifaceted approach, according to Deirdre Kane, director of admissions for the program.

  • Jason Colquitt


    The William Harry Willson Distinguished Chair in the department of management, wants his students to see the value in supplementing their experience and intuition with science-based wisdom.

  • Greta Polites (PhD 2009)


    In addition to her MIS work, Greta Polites studies paleontology. She laughs at the suggestion that she actually studies two kinds of fossils — the literal kind, and the ones she focuses on in her MIS research: “reluctant adapters” who hinder everyone at an organization from adopting more advanced technology.