• Kasey Gartner, BBA ‘03


    What do you do when you’re a woman in a competitive, male-dominated industry? If you’re Kasey Gartner (BBA ’03), you blaze a trail to the top – and stay there.

  • Nick Berente


    MIS professor Nick Berente talks about his favorite books, what interests him about MIS, and what qualities are present in an ideal student. 

  • Tareq Hawasli


    The road to Damascus wasn’t a figure of speech for Tareq Hawasli (BBA ’02); it was a summer job. The Sandy Springs native is the descendant of Damascene traders, and he earned his first taste of international business on the streets and surrounding neighborhoods of the ancient city at an age when most children were being introduced to reading, writing, and arithmetic.


  • Born to Run


    Andrew Davis (BBA ’01) was taking checkered flags while he was a student at Terry. He met his wife in a Terry lecture hall. And the marketing skills he picked up in a Terry ­classroom have been indispensable in a sport where even champion drivers like Davis have to lobby race team owners and sponsors for financial support.

  • On baseball and leadership


    Ken Kendrick, the owner and general managing partner of Major Leagues Baseball’s Arizona Diamondbacks, talked to a packed house Jan. 22 at the Terry Leadership Speaker Series.  

  • Chris Snyder


    Chris Snyder, BBA '15, is profiled as one of UGA's "15 for 2015"

  • Get the message?


    When Sam Getty graduates in May, not only will he leave UGA with degrees in marketing and cognitive science, he'll also leave having created and launched his own iPhone application, Textr. 

  • Laura Zimmermann, assistant professor of economics


    Laura Zimmermann, assistant professor of economics, talks about her classes, her teaching style and what makes for an ideal student. 

  • Annette Poulsen


    Annette Poulsen, the Sterne Chair of Banking and Finance in the finance department, enjoys teaching a broad spectrum of students—from undergraduates in their first semester to graduate students in MBA, Executive MBA and Ph.D. programs.

  • In Their Own Words: John Hulland


    The Terry website and magazine devotes a lot of attention to faculty contributions that impact students, the field of research, and the reputation of the college. An essential part of the college experience is also a student’s personal path to acquire knowledge. 

    John Hulland, the Emily H. and Charles M. Tanner Jr. Chair in Sales Management answers the question "How did your childhood love of playing in the sand contribute to your career?"