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The Georgia MBA Program at the Terry College of Business is proud to announce a partnership with Reaching Out MBA (ROMBA), a national association for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer MBA students dedicated to increasing the influence of the LGBT+ community in business through… Read Article

Arthur Blank has a favorite T-shirt. It reads, “There is no finish line.” That unofficial motto embodies his drive to break new ground and continue to give back.

Brian Powers, photographer in the Terry College Office of Marketing and Communications, joined the crowd to capture images from the Georgia Bulldogs national championship parade in Athens on Jan. 15. Here’s what he saw:

New skill sets, new technologies, new ways to work with teams: Business professionals have a lot to learn to thrive in these demanding times.

Podcasting is one of the fastest-growing ways of communicating and thanks to a partnership with the New Media Institute at Grady College and the Entrepreneurship Program at Terry College, there is a new studio on campus availa

After almost two years balancing work-from-home schedules, proctoring remote classrooms and dealing with a global pandemic, a group of almost 300 businesswomen came together to celebrate their resilience. 

A town’s motto says a lot about a place. Atlanta is a “City Too Busy to Hate,” while Athens is “Life Unleashed.” And now, with the help of a dedicated student team from the Terry College’s Institute for Leadership Advancement (ILA), Georgia’s Colquitt County is “Where Life Grows.”

If she’s going to design a space for you, Erika Ward (BBA ’01) wants to nail it. And to do that, she asks for three hours of your time beforehand.

Effective leadership impacts every part of an organization, but there is still plenty to learn about what makes leaders effective, or even what effectiveness looks like.

The Georgia economy is on track to exceed its pre-pandemic peak and make a full recovery by the end of 2022, recovering faster than the national economy.