• Berrak Bahadir

    Is Credit a Good Thing?

    Research

    Economics professor Berrak Bahadir’s research shows that if banks have enough credit information on borrowers it can mitigate the potential for a banking crisis.

  • Photo of Gina Drosos

    2012 Professional Women’s Conference

    Events

    Gina Drosos (BBA ’85), former Director of Global Beauty at Procter & Gamble will be the keynote speaker at the 3rd annual Professional Women’s Conference, which will be held at the Georgia Center this year.

  • Marisa Pagnattaro

    Marisa Pagnattaro

    Faculty

    Marisa Pagnattaro traveled an unconventional path to get to where she is – from litigation to literature and finally to the Legal Studies faculty at Terry, where she is regarded for both her teaching and research.

  • Henry Munneke

    Henry Munneke

    Faculty

    Henry Munneke holds a chaired position in the real estate department and enjoys teaching and research in the areas of real estate and urban economics—timely topics in today’s economic environment.

  • Patrick Fitzmaurice

    Patrick Fitzmaurice

    Students

    From working with MATHCOUNTS Outreach and the Garnett Ridge Boys & Girls Club in Athens to traveling to Oxford University to spending a weekend in south Georgia as a Deer Run Fellow, Patrick Fitzmaurice found more than he ever dreamed possible at UGA.

  • ‘Stand-up’ guy: Terry art director volunteers with community charitable organizations

    Staff

    Chris Taylor, art director for the Terry College of Business, spends his off-hours helping out with his church and local schools.

  • Charles Simpson

    Charles Simpson

    Students

    Simpson applied his ad agency experience with his marketing coursework to stitch together a marketing plan that will help Georgia’s carpet capital of Dalton recast its image and recruit highly skilled talent to Whitfield County.

  • Emily Kopp

    Emily Kopp

    Students

    Kopp will graduate with degrees in economics, journalism, and international affairs — and this summer a fellowship from UGA’s Center for Undergraduate Research will give her the opportunity to investigate how stricter laws governing undocumented workers will affect Georgia’s economy.

  • Kamilah Gray

    Kamilah Gray

    Students

    Gray, the founding member of Terry’s Professional Entertainment and Sports Association, has high hopes of being a chief marketing officer of a major film studio or television network one day.

  • Shannon Vreeland

    Shannon Vreeland

    Students

    Olympic gold medalist Shannon Vreeland is a reluctant celebrity and a standout student in UGA’s Honors program.