• PhD Points of Pride


    Terry awards doctorates in seven disciplines, each of which nominated distinguished graduates in academia. These seven represent the cream of a very impressive crop.

  • Kelli Wade


    Music Business graduate reflects on her experience in the program, her new career at Universal Music Group, and encourages students to "be hungry".

  • Wayne Lashua (MMR 2004)


    When marketers forget that they are not their customers, Wayne Lashua has a secret weapon direct from Ashdown Forest.


  • Morgan Gantt

    Morgan Gantt (BBA 2013)


    Morgan Gantt is the face of the Business Learning Community campaign video that is currently being viewed by literally thousands of Terry alumni around the country, and the college could not have found a better spokesperson to tell its story as filtered through the lens of Gantt's own life.

  • Taking Care of Business

    UGA President Jere W. Morehead turned to a familiar face when selecting an interim dean to lead the Terry College of Business as the search committee continues to look for a successor to Robert T. Sumichrast: UGA President Emeritus Charles B. Knapp
  • Kevin Brinson


    Kevin Brinson, a senior in management and international business, has received numerous honors and accolades, but his passion is to give back to others and help uplift communities.

  • Julio Ramirez

    Julio Ramirez (MBA 1977)


    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


    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


    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


    When Texas policymakers rethought their state’s outdated ideas on home foreclosures, they also shed light on new ways to understand how housing markets affect the overall economy.