Julie Schertell (MAcc ’92), president and chief executive officer at Mativ, speaks during a Terry Leadership Speaker Series event at the UGA Chapel on Sept. 21, 2022.
A lot has changed at paper companies in the last three years. They provide more technical filtration materials for hospitals while offering more efficient packaging for e-commerce and sustainable papers for everyone.
Entrepreneurship researcher seeking to find HOPE Scholarship’s effect on new business creation
Since its inception in 1993, Georgia’s HOPE Scholarship has changed the way Georgia students plan for college. A new study aims to find out if it’s changed their career paths after graduation as well.
With autocorrect and auto-generated email responses, algorithms offer plenty of assistance to help people express themselves.
Gift advances Terry’s commitment to diversity and inclusion for Georgia Full-Time MBA program
Two University of Georgia students in the Georgia Full-Time MBA program will have their tuition paid for thanks to a generous gift from a former financier seeking to promote diversity and offer financial support to qualified MBA candidates.
Georgia MBA program earns its best-ever ranking from Bloomberg Businessweek
The Full-Time MBA program at the University of Georgia Terry College of Business is ranked No. 33 in the U.S. by Bloomberg Businessweek and No. 11 among programs at public universities.
Four University of Georgia professors were appointed in August to endowed chairs and professorships in the Terry College of Business.
Terry College has seven top 20-ranked majors by U.S. News and World Report
U.S. News & World Report once again ranked seven academic majors at the Terry College of Business among the top 20 public business schools in their respective fields.
Managers know that happy employees are more productive and provide better customer service, but what is the cost of that service with a smile?
Terry researchers secure $80,000 grant to bring big data tools to social science
What factors lead to a productive sales team? What kinds of management behaviors lead to higher turnover?
Academic researchers have long asked these hypothetical questions over the years, with each author providing distinct analyses and sets of data.