• Admissions director seeks ‘best fit’ for Terry’s Full-Time MBA program

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    Like selecting a candidate for a job, evaluating applicants each year for the next incoming class for the Full-time MBA program at the Terry College of Business requires a multifaceted approach, according to Deirdre Kane, director of admissions for the program.

  • PhD Points of Pride

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

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    Dan Cathy

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    Armed with a barrage of props, Chick-fil-A president and COO Dan Cathy shared his lessons in leadership with students enrolled in an entrepreneurship class at Terry. He talked about Chick-fil-A’s current challenges of maintaining a balance between quality, service and the bottom line while growing his business.

  • Clayton Edwards

    Real Estate Case Competition

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    A team of Terry real estate MBAs won the NAIOP School Challenge in April with a plan to transform a crime-infested, southwest Atlanta corridor into an industrial epicenter.

  • Terry Professors in D.C.

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    When sweeping financial reforms brought the federal government into the insurance business, two Terry professors trekked to Washington, D.C. to teach policymakers the ins and outs of the industry.

  • Dill Driscoll

    Team 14h30 is road map to success

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    Terry Entrepreneur-in-Residence Mark “Dill” Driscoll is offering UGA students the kind of mentoring, coupled with hands-on work-place experiences, that are the pre-requisites to success in the business world.

  • Wes VanDyk

    Next Top Entrepreneur

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    William Harper (MBA ‘08) and Christian Allen (MBA ‘08) have used Next Top Entrepreneur as a vehicle to give back to Terry and invest in startups at the same time.

  • Kevin Ellis

    Terry Sales Competition

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    The atmosphere around the Terry Sales Competition has some similarities to another fall sport – those college football all-star games. In both cases, the people doing the hiring are scouting talent.

  • Foundations First

    Placing Foundations First

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    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

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    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.