• Julio Ramirez

    Julio Ramirez (MBA 1977)

    Alumni

    When Julio Ramirez was seven years old, his parents left their home in Cuba and emigrated to America. The year was 1961 and Fidel Castro had taken control of the island nation. Julio’s father was a college-educated civil engineer, but he and his wife were prohibited from taking any earthly possessions with them when they left Havana to stay with relatives in Atlanta.

  • How Financial Analysts Stifle Innovation

    Research

    Any number of things can affect a company’s ability to innovate: talent, commitment, luck and funding all play big roles. But new research from the University of Georgia shows that one factor outside a company has dramatic effects on its creativity: financial analysts.

  • Michael Asmelash

    2013 PESA Summit

    Events

    When it comes to networking with big names in industries of entertainment, fashion, and sports this student-run organization is delivering the goods.

  • William Lastrapes

    The Collateral Effect

    Research

    When Texas policymakers rethought their state’s outdated ideas on home foreclosures, they also shed light on new ways to understand how housing markets affect the overall economy.

  • Charlotte Mason

    Charlotte Mason

    Faculty

    University of Georgia marketing professor Charlotte H. Mason has been appointed to the C. Herman and Mary Virginia Terry Chair of Business Administration at the Terry College of Business.

  • Where the Boys Aren’t

    Research

    Why do girls get better grades in elementary school than boys—even when they perform worse on standardized tests? New research from Terry helps explain the gender disparities that exist in our classrooms.

  • Photo of Dan Cathy

    Dan Cathy

    Programs

    Armed with a barrage of props, Chick-fil-A president and COO Dan Cathy shared his lessons in leadership with students enrolled in an entrepreneurship class at Terry. He talked about Chick-fil-A’s current challenges of maintaining a balance between quality, service and the bottom line while growing his business.

  • Photo of Gina Drosos

    Virginia “Gina” Coleman Drosos (BBA 1985)

    Alumni

    Gina Drosos, the former head of Procter & Gamble Beauty, recently spoke to attendees at Terry’s third annual Professional Women’s Conference. Drosos (BBA ’85) is a board member at Signet Jewelers Ltd. and shared her insights on “leading from the outside-in.”

  • Photograph of Adam Lahaie

    Adam Lahaie

    Students

    Adam LaHaie’s self-made Terry career—Outstanding Collegiate Marketer, Terry Digital Marketing Series creator, UGA Student Employee of the Year, numerous internships—is the quintessential roadmap for success.

  • Photo of Bartley Miller

    Bartley Miller (BBA 2006)

    Alumni

    When he was a standout football player at UGA, Bartley Miller shielded quarterbacks from harm. Today, Miller works for Sterling Risk Advisors, where he protects the medical community from malpractice suits.