• Foundations First

    Placing Foundations First

    Programs

    Beginning in the fall of 2010, Terry’s undergraduate program will be among the first major business schools adopting an innovative cohort model the college has named “Foundations First.”

  • Tara Tallman

    Terry Sales Competition

    Programs

    Held in late October, close to Halloween, the Terry Sales Competition tests students’ ability to overcome their fears and anxiety as much as it tests their salesmanship.

  • Charisse Price

    Charisse Price

    Students

    Charisse Price is one of only 45 people nationwide to be selected this year to participate in the prestigious, 14-month National Urban Fellows leadership development program.

  • Elizabeth Schenck

    Elizabeth Schenck

    Students

    Creating a music showcase in Athens without experience takes skill. Selling a rock and country-infused town on underground hip-hop takes guts. Elizabeth Schenck displayed both to make H.E.R. Hip-Hop a success.

  • Jacqueline Dement

    Jacqueline Dement

    Students

    Senior Jacqueline Dement has shared her energy and enthusiam with football fans, cancer survivors, prospective students and members of the Boys and Girls Club. After graduation, she will put her experience to work at Ernst &Young.

  • Halina Maladtsova

    Halina Maladtsova

    Students

    Immediately after she graduates from Terry’s Tull School of Accounting, Halina Maladtsova will become the seventh Terry alum in the past nine years to walk the hallowed halls as an intern in FASB’s prestigious Post-Graduate Technical Assistant (PTA) program.

  • Anne Marie Pippin

    Anne Marie Pippin

    Students

    JD/MBA candidate Anne Marie Pippin spent her summer hunting energy savings as a Climate Corps fellow interning with Bank of America in Charlotte.

  • Blake McDaniel

    C. Blake McDaniel

    Students

    C. Blake McDaniel has studied abroad in the Netherlands, Germany and China. This year, he will participate in an externship program with the Dubai Judiciary in the United Arab Emirates.

  • Phillip Mote

    Phillip Mote

    Students

    Among his many UGA accomplishments, Phillip Mote founded Mathcounts Outreach, which won the “Best New Organization” in 2009–2010.

  • Michael Pfarrer

    Reputation or Celebrity? A Firm Choice

    Research

    In a study of intangible assets, Michael Pfarrer’s research asks whether a company’s strong reputation or celebrity status helps or hurts the market’s reaction when it makes a surprise announcement about earnings.