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This semester the IB Society has hosted two IB alums, Lyle Gore and Scott Borders, for speaking engagements. Lyle Gore, a manager from Atlantix Global, kicked off the semester by sharing his unique international business experiences to a standing-room-only crowd of students.

Beginning this fall, Terry undergraduates and MBA students will be welcome to spend one semester in Vienna, Austria at Wirtschafts Universitat Wien (Vienna University of Economics and Business).

Temitayo Ige is no stranger to international studies. Originally from Nigeria, Ige has been living in the US for the last four years and studying at UGA in the Management Information Systems major.

IB Society and Terry Office of Diversity Relations organized the Terry Cup Kickball Tournament this year, held April 9 on the UGA intramural fields.

Dale Goodhue was selected by the Terry College of Business as the sole recipient of the 2012 Terry Outstanding Faculty Researcher. Janine Aronson received a 25-year service award by Terry. Dave Chatterjee was reelected as Chairman of the SIM Atlanta Chapter for a fifth term.

Marie-Claude Boudreau took over as the MIS department head mid-year, replacing Dale Goodhue. Maric has been a member of the MIS faculty for about a decade and is the fourth person to serve as department head since the founding of the program.

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Undergraduate Soleil Robichaud spent the summer of 2012 in a three-month internship with Fresenius Biotech in Munich, Germany. The program was organized by the American Chamber of Commerce in Germany in cooperation with BridgehouseLaw.

The educational foundation of The Council of Insurance Agents & Brokers — the Foundation for Agency Management Excellence, or FAME — has announced that it has accepted a $125,000 donation from council member firm Wells Fargo Insurance Services USA Inc. to fund a new scholarship. 

On a recent Friday afternoon, a rare bit of evolution arose on the UGA campus. Students became teachers, performers turned into lecturers, and academics transformed into CEOs.

Margaret Davis Vaughn grew up dreaming of attending a historically black college and pledging a black sorority. But Vaughn’s parents and school officials in her hometown of Madison, Ga., envisioned a different future for the Pearl High School valedictorian.