• Kevin Brinson


    Kevin Brinson, a senior in management and international business, has received numerous honors and accolades, but his passion is to give back to others and help uplift communities.

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    Adam Lahaie


    Adam LaHaie’s self-made Terry career—Outstanding Collegiate Marketer, Terry Digital Marketing Series creator, UGA Student Employee of the Year, numerous internships—is the quintessential roadmap for success.

  • Elizabeth Allan


    Elizabeth Allan could rest on her considerable laurels. Instead, Terry's second Rhodes Scholar in the past six years, climbs even higher.

  • Patrick Fitzmaurice

    Patrick Fitzmaurice


    From working with MATHCOUNTS Outreach and the Garnett Ridge Boys & Girls Club in Athens to traveling to Oxford University to spending a weekend in south Georgia as a Deer Run Fellow, Patrick Fitzmaurice found more than he ever dreamed possible at UGA.

  • Charles Simpson

    Charles Simpson


    Simpson applied his ad agency experience with his marketing coursework to stitch together a marketing plan that will help Georgia’s carpet capital of Dalton recast its image and recruit highly skilled talent to Whitfield County.

  • Emily Kopp

    Emily Kopp


    Kopp will graduate with degrees in economics, journalism, and international affairs — and this summer a fellowship from UGA’s Center for Undergraduate Research will give her the opportunity to investigate how stricter laws governing undocumented workers will affect Georgia’s economy.

  • Kamilah Gray

    Kamilah Gray


    Gray, the founding member of Terry’s Professional Entertainment and Sports Association, has high hopes of being a chief marketing officer of a major film studio or television network one day.

  • Shannon Vreeland

    Shannon Vreeland


    Olympic gold medalist Shannon Vreeland is a reluctant celebrity and a standout student in UGA’s Honors program.

  • Alex Pirie

    Alex Pirie


    In the college's first attempt, four Terry students won first place at the Institute Management Accountants National Case Competition in Las Vegas. What's more impressive—they did it without faculty assistance. What're the odds?

  • Ken Williams

    Ken Williams


    Add Ken Williams (MBA ’11), who won top honors at a business plan competition between UGA, Georgia Tech and Emory, to those preaching the gospel of the Terry Entrepreneurship Program.