• Annette Poulsen


    This series examines some of the more personal paths of faculty at the Terry College. Sterne Professor of Finance, Annette Poulsen, answers “What was your undergraduate major and why did you choose it?”

  • Associate Dean Mark Dawkins


    Now associate dean for academic programs and an associate professor of accounting, Dawkins served as the Terry College's first director of diversity relations from 2004-2008. 

  • Jason Colquitt


    The William Harry Willson Distinguished Chair in the department of management, wants his students to see the value in supplementing their experience and intuition with science-based wisdom.

  • Maric Boudreau


    Head of the management information systems department wants her students to understand how data can transform businesses and help promote sustainability.

  • Charlotte Mason

    Charlotte Mason


    University of Georgia marketing professor Charlotte H. Mason has been appointed to the C. Herman and Mary Virginia Terry Chair of Business Administration at the Terry College of Business.

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    Mark Huber


    Mark Huber pushes his students to accept the challenges of ambiguous situations, which is why he's embracing his new appointment as the interim director of the Institute for Leadership Advancement.

  • Marisa Pagnattaro

    Marisa Pagnattaro


    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


    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.

  • Dan Smith

    Dan Smith


    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


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