Harriett Williams should have been worried. As the holiday season approached in 2016, the freshly minted homeowner — with a new car to boot — was working through her fourth year as a forensic technology associate for KPMG in Atlanta. Responsible for data collection in client investigations (“cool things I can’t talk about,” she says), […]
Before studying CEO effectiveness, before teaching her first course on team management, Stacy Campbell (PhD ’07) knew the impact a great boss could have on an organization.
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Located just south of Augusta and home to Georgia Power’s newly expanded Plant Vogtle, Waynesboro is bustling. There are new businesses on Liberty Street, new jobs to fill and new people moving to town. But like a lot of growing towns in Georgia, one thing Waynesboro needs is houses — lots of them. “We’re growing, […]
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)
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.
There’s nothing wrong with a white shirt and khakis, but what if you could turn it up a little? That’s the argument behind Antigua Threads, a handmade belt and bag company co-founded by a University of Georgia public relations student. “What if the dullest part of your outfit could become the most unique, vibrant and […]
Female business leaders celebrated authenticity and empathy at the Terry College’s Professional Women’s Conference on Nov. 10.
The 2023 Terry College of Business Professional Women’s Conference, held Nov. 10, 2023 at Coca-Cola Headquarters in Atlanta, offered advice and wisdom from top women in business and the chance to network with women in other industries.
The growth of Hailey’s Health Hangout and Garfinkel’s dedication to her mission helped win over judges at the University of Georgia Entrepreneurship Program’s Health and Wellness Pitch Competition on Nov. 8 at Studio 225. Garfinkel and Hailey’s Health Hangout’s executive director Michael Lewis took home the $10,000 grand prize.
It’s not often when principal foundations one holds dear align to benefit countless others. Heather and BJ Schaknowski share a passion and deep gratitude for the Armed Forces, the University of Georgia, and the business education they received at the Terry College of Business — a combined admiration that has motivated the couple to open pathways for others to experience.
The Classic City has always been a special place to Trent Nesbit. Sure, it’s where he grew up, but Trent thinks there’s more to it than that.
Kari Sicard has learned a lot from her travels. Now, she shows students in the Terry College of Business how international travel can be its own education.
Pressure from investors, in the form of lawsuits and shareholder proposals, has the potential to remake the legal landscape and force companies to disclose and address climate risks.
A recent study by UGA management faculty found men presenting with more warmth were viewed more positively by hiring managers.
Faculty at the Terry College of Business earned new accolades and grant funding in second half of 2023.
Is privacy have to be the price of free internet content? Maybe not, according to a recent study by Terry College marketing researcher Pengyuan Wang and George Washington University marketing researcher Li Jiang.
Richard Martin, associate professor of real estate at the University of Georgia Terry College of Business, has tracked gentrification trends across the U.S. for more than a decade. His book, “Gentrification Trends in the United States” was published this summer.
Terry College of Business management information systems major Matt Tesvich topped the SEC Student Pitch Competition, bringing home first place and $10,000 for his odorless sock brand Ox Sox.
J.T. Wu had an idea. Discouraged by childhood illiteracy woes in Georgia’s Gwinnett County — where he grew up — Wu grouped with teachers and friends in 2019 to devise an experiment.
Acclaimed actor, writer and comedian Patton Oswalt spoke at the Business Learning Community as part of a Q&A event hosted by the Terry College’s Music Business Program on Oct. 18 in Sanford and Barbara Orkin Hall.