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In 2002, after graduating high school in Columbus, GA, Tyler Jefcoat (BBA ’07, MBA ’13) took an interest in Athens and the University of Georgia for two reasons: its music scene and its business school.

When Kristen Dunning participated in her first UGA Entrepreneurship Idea Accelerator Program, she was a woman with sensitive skin, a knack for plants and a dream of selling soap to the masses.

When Robyn Thompson and Brenden Higbee launched their first Four Fat Cows ice cream shop, they imagined it as a place where families and friends could gather to share a sweet treat.

If life can seem to be a choice between doing good and doing well financially, Arthur Blank has an easy response: Why can’t it be both? 

Here are photos from Arthur Blank’s visit to UGA campus on Feb. 16 for his Terry Leadership Speaker Series lecture:

Sometimes getting out of your comfort zone puts you on track. In the case of one group of University of Georgia students, that meant donning painting clothes, driving an hour out of Athens, and helping a small town.

Legal issues – contract disputes and ownership squabbles – are just part of doing business. The quicker they’re resolved, the quicker business owners can get back to work.

Kevin Nwogu’s journey with the University of Georgia began while he was still a student at Stephenson High School in Stone Mountain.

Offbeat Media Group, an Atlanta-based digital influence and media company headed by a trio of Terry College graduates and a Grady College alum, took home top honors in the Bulldog 100 ranking of the fastest-growing businesses owned or operated by UGA alumni.

Terry College of Business faculty are collaborators on two research projects receiving funding from the latest round of Presidential Interdisciplinary Seed Grants at the University of Georgia.