• Alice Lusk

    2011 Professional Women’s Conference

    Events

    Technology entrepreneur Alice Lusk (MBA ‘94) spoke about gender differences in business thinking to a sell-out crowd at the second annual conference.

  • Dan Smith

    Dan Smith

    Faculty

    Dan Smith, 11-time winner of the Tull School of Accounting’s Outstanding Teaching Award, has retired after 18 years at Terry.

  • Craig Piercy

    Craig Piercy

    Faculty

    MIT program director, Craig Piercy, named an invited expert by Open Web Education Alliance

  • Dawn Bennett-Alexander

    Dawn D. Bennett-Alexander

    Faculty

    As a recipient of the 2011 President's Fulfilling the Dream Award, legal studies professor Dawn D. Bennett-Alexander said she could think of no better honor to represent her life’s work.

  • Rick Watson

    Rick Watson

    Faculty

    Prolific researcher and sage to a host of CIOs, the Australian-born Rick Watson straddles the world of theory and practice. What’s his secret? He never left the farm.

  • George Selgin

    George Selgin

    Rock concerts aren’t the only thing that fills auditoriums in the UK. When econ professor George Selgin sat on a Hayek-Keynes panel, an overflow crowd had to be turned away at the door.

  • Ken Williams

    Ken Williams

    Students

    Add Ken Williams (MBA ’11), who won top honors at a business plan competition between UGA, Georgia Tech and Emory, to those preaching the gospel of the Terry Entrepreneurship Program.

  • Sara Diehl

    Sara Diehl

    Students

    If campus tour guide Sara Diehl is the first impression a visitor or prospective student has of the campus, they surely will return. The Terry Ambassador loves UGA…and Athens.

  • Trey Sinyard

    Trey Sinyard

    Students

    With a spectrum of public service under his belt and a double major in biology and banking & finance on the horizon, Trey Sinyard looks to bring his love for mankind to the healthcare sector.

  • Adria Thorington

    Adria Thorington

    Students

    Combining her interests in business and art history, Adria Thorington won a scholarship to study abroad in Florence, Italy, where she took courses in business and explored a city known for its art.