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When he arrived in Athens in 2005 as a college freshman, Will Keyes had no intention of diving into a variety of academic pools to sort out his career skills. It just happened, he says.

On April 14, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp declared a state of emergency stemming from ongoing disruptions to the state’s supply chain infrastructure. 

Most University of Georgia students feel their time at UGA is a big part of their identity, but for one UGA graduating senior, it’s part of his name.

Each spring since 2012, the Terry College of Business Alumni Board has recognized a graduating senior who best exemplifies the ideals of Terry College and demonstrates the skills and commitment required to succeed in college, business and life.

After a two-year hiatus, Terry College’s annual Convocation ceremonies return to Stegeman Coliseum.

More than 100 student volunteers gathered for Terry College’s annual B.A.G Event, packing backpacks with necessities for people experiencing homelessness.

Alex Reed had sat in dozens of courtrooms before, but nothing compared to this.

Mark Huber, a senior lecturer in Management Information Systems, received the 2022 Lee Anne Seawell Faculty Recognition Award from the University of Georgia’s Career Center.

The University of Georgia Alumni Association is celebrating several Terry College alumni for bringing recognition and honor back to UGA through their outstanding leadership and service.

Valeria Brenner has helped hundreds of Instagram merchants ship thousands of packages since launching Thryft Ship. Now she has $10,000 to expand her reach.