The inaugural class of Leadership Dawgs gathered in February at the Terry Executive Education Center in Atlanta to learn, network and celebrate the program’s launch.
In 1922, when Anne Ruth Moore walked out of the University of Georgia with her bachelor of science degree, the world must have felt in full bloom.
Scholarly contributions by the Terry College faculty are an important measure of the college’s impact. This sample of recent research rankings is based on the number of publications appearing in the premier journals in their fields.
More than two dozen Terry College students joined undergraduates from across the University of Georgia this spring to present posters and PowerPoints as part of the UGA Center Undergraduate Research Opportunities Symposium.
More than 20 years of research at the University of Georgia indicates workplace health and wellness programs can offer a variety of positive effects for both workers and their employers.
When two companies merge, they see an initial benefit, but consumer dissatisfaction often erodes the new company’s value. According to new research from the University of Georgia, big brands often struggle to maintain their market power after tying the corporate knot.
The Association for Information Systems named Maric Boudreau, department head and associate professor of management information systems, an AIS Distinguished Member and honored her with the 2021 Sand
Terry students witness a master class in logistics at Augusta National Golf Club
For 10 days every April, Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia transitions from a quiet, private retreat to a global sporting event and worldwide celebration of golf.
What does your SAT score mean for your ability to pay off a car loan? What does your Facebook feed say about your chances of landing a mortgage? The answers: More than you think.
Taste. Price. Convenience. Grocery shopping can be a balancing act, but in the last two decades, many companies and governments instituted front-of-box or front-of-shelf nutrition labels to help shoppers make better decisions. But do they work?