Jerry Kane in front of bookshelves

The future of work means thriving through change

With the rapid pace of technological change, the most significant thing an academic program can give its students is the ability to evolve, said Gerald Kane, who was named head of the Terry College of Business Department of Management Information Systems on Jan. 1. 

Students work around a table at Studio 225, photo shot from above.

Photo Gallery: Truist Immersive Learning Experience

Six teams of Terry College Management Information Systems and FinTech Certificate students spent Oct. 13-14 at UGA’s Studio 225 in an immersive learning experience created and hosted by Truist. Students worked with IT leaders at Truist, IBM, FlowX and Amazon Web Services to help solve technology infrastructure problems. (Photos by Jacob Catibog and Emma Fender)

Students pitch a customer service solution to Truist executives during an immersive learning experience at Studio 225

Terry students work with Truist to mold the future of FinTech

UGA’s Terry College of Business students tackle realistic case studies in their classes every day but recently had the chance to work with IT leaders at Truist, IBM, Amazon Web Services and FlowX.AI to solve real-world challenges facing the banking and financial sectors.

Ling Xue

Ling Xue joins Terry College as Alumni Board Distinguished Professor

As managers integrate these tools into everyday office life, researchers at the University of Georgia are expanding their groundbreaking research into the impact of this fourth industrial revolution to understand AI’s promise and peril of artificial intelligence.

Port of Savannah

Leading the way in logistics

In the whirlwind of the supply chain, there is no standing still. To keep from being swept up, there must be constant movement by logistics caretakers: the operations bosses, the technology builders, the data miners, the finance experts and, of course, the higher-education scholars who prime the pump with talent.

Ilustration of a breakfast plate with eggs with upward stock arrow yolks and bacon

Why do some stocks seem to make money overnight?

Finance researchers have long wondered why some stocks seem to gain value overnight. The increase in stock price from market close to its opening price the next day is referred to as the difference between overnight and intraday returns.

Illustration of man and women standing in front of rating stars with a magnifying glass

In the era of five-star reviews, how do you judge quality?

The deluge of data consumers see online is  diluting its value to consumers, argues Rick Watson, University of Georgia Regents Professor and J. Rex Fuqua Distinguished Chair for Internet Strategy at UGA’s Terry College of Business.