• Anne Ruth Moore

    2010 Professional Women’s Conference


    When Anne Ruth Moore graduated from the School of Commerce in 1922, she faced all sorts of workplace stereotypes – even in the yearbook! “Today we know, for instance, that more businesses are launched by women than men,” says Allison O’Kelly, founder and CEO of Mom Corps staffing service and a Terry Alumni Board member. “So, yes, we have come a long way, but struggles remain.”

  • Greg Trandel

    Stimulus Discussion Panel


    On Wednesday, February 18, the Economics Society sponsored a panel discussion of the recently passed stimulus plan, with Professors Bill Lastrapes (Economics), Greg Trandel (Economics) and Robert Grafstein (Political Science) serving as the panelists.

  • Randall Bramblett

    UGA Tribute to Otis Redding


    At first blush, Athens isn't a town that's readily connected to '60s soul music sensation Otis Redding, a member of both the Rock and Roll and Georgia Music halls of fame.

  • Ray Young

    CFO Roundtable 2009 Year-End Dinner


    Terry College of Business Dean Robert T. Sumichrast addressed some 150 Atlanta-area senior finance executives on Nov. 19 at the CFO Roundtable's 2009 Year-End Dinner and CFO of the Year award presentation. Sumichrast praised the nationally recognized roundtable program in remarks preceding a keynote address by Ray G. Young, who at the time of his speech was nearing the end of a tumultuous year as chief financial officer of General Motors Co.

  • Gala

    2008 Alumni Awards and Gala


    When the inaugural Alumni Awards and Gala was held in May 2007, the Terry College wasn't sure it would be an annual event. But 560 alumni and friends showed up at the Westin Buckhead that night, and they had a rousing good time — thanks in part to the efforts of Gov. Sonny Perdue, who worked the auction floor as though he were prying votes out of delegates at a political convention.

  • Bill Lastrapes

    Financial Crisis Panel


    On October 8 the Terry College sponsored a panel discussion of the current financial crisis. The panelists — Professors Bill Lastrapes (Economics), Jim Kau (Real Estate) and Chris Stivers (Finance) — addressed a standing-room only crowd of over 400 gathered in SLC 101 to hear "what just happened". Or, as Lastrapes correctly put it, "what is going on".

  • Jim Blanchard

    Terry Leadership Speaker Series


    James H. Blanchard, retired chairman and CEO of Synovus, will present an executive lecture on leadership at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 10, in room 248 of the University of Georgia's Student Learning Center.