• Jonathan Williams

    Jonathan W. Williams


    Jonathan W. Williams is joining the Economics Department this fall as its new assistant professor. He recently completed his PhD in Economics from the University of Virginia, and his areas of specialty are industrial organization, applied econometrics, and applied microeconomics.

  • Santanu Chatterjee

    Santanu Chatterjee


    Economics professor Santanu Chatterjee says his father's world travels as a liaison for countries providing aid to disadvantaged regions of India influenced his career path.

  • Jere Morehead

    Jere W. Morehead


    Jere W. Morehead, vice president for instruction and the Meigs Professor of Legal Studies at the Terry College of Business, will serve as senior vice president for academic affairs and provost. Morehead was chosen by UGA President Michael F. Adams from among four finalists identified in a national search to fill the second-highest position in the university's administration.

  • Linda Bamber

    Linda Bamber


    To prepare her cost accounting students for the rigors of the CPA exam and the challenges they will face in the workplace, Bamber has created a customized course supplement that is currently 272 pages long — and crammed full of business press articles, problems more difficult than the textbook offers, plus case studies and writing assignments.

  • Chris Hanks

    Chris Hanks


    There is ample evidence to suggest that Chris Hanks (BBA 1990) was born to be an entrepreneur. Now, with a career that has come full circle and landed him back at UGA, Hanks is well-equipped to succeed long-time management professor Charles Hofer as Terry's new business plan guru and mentor to MBA students.

  • Margaret Emmelhainz

    Margaret Emmelhainz


    This spring, Terry College honored marketing and distribution lecturer and undergraduate academic coordinator Margaret A. Emmelhainz with the 2008 Outstanding Teacher Award.

  • Denny Beresford

    Denny Beresford


    What makes former FASB chairman Denny Beresford such an unlikely rock star — in both corporate boardrooms and the academic world — is that the bespectacled Ernst & Young Executive Professor of Accounting acts nothing like the part.

  • Chris Cornwell

    Chris Cornwell


    A professor at the Terry College of Business since 1988, Cornwell has contributed to numerous joint research projects, many of which have been translated into lessons for the classroom. But when he incorporated more action-based learning into his Economics of Human Resources course last spring, he said it was the result of his participation in the Archway Partnership Project during his recent tenure as the director of the Leonard Leadership Scholars program.

  • Jim Linck

    Jim Linck


    Terry College finance professor Jim Linck has received seven teaching awards since he was hired in 2000, and the college recently honored him with the 2008 Executive MBA Outstanding Instructor Award.

  • Matt Weinberg

    Matt Weinberg


    Mergers often leave higher prices in their wake, especially when they involve large consumer product companies. Predicting which mergers will put the biggest squeeze on consumers isn't easy, but antitrust regulators need to do more to protect the public from merger-related price inflation, according to research conducted by Terry economics professor Matt Weinberg.