Winners of the 2024 Collegiate Great Brands pitch competition stand with their novelty prize checks with the contest's four judges behind them at Studio 225.

Breakfast of Champions

Chi-Chi founders Izzy Gorton and Chiara Munzi want you to try chickpeas for breakfast. Their grain-free, chickpea oatmeal brand, won them $15,000 at the 2024 Collegiate Great Brands Competition on March 27.

Margaret Price, of UGA, and Jennifer Price and Terrance Griffin, of EY, sit a table holding microphones at the front of a crowd at UGA Studio 225

Neurodiversity in the workplace

More than 14 percent of teenagers in school today received an ADHD diagnosis. Over the next 10 years, these students will head to college and then work in offices, hospitals and job sites. Jennifer Price, assistant director of the Neuro-Diverse Centers of Excellence at EY, is working to make sure these students can excel when they […]

Kendall Valdry stands in a hallway in front of a Terry College of Business centennial timeline wall display at the UGA Business Learning Community

Terry Case Study: Kendall Valdry

Kendall Valdry, an economics and international business major, found community at UGA and has spent the last four years making sure that others find community too.

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Becoming the hero she needed

Terry College PMBA student Carla Moultrie turned her daughter Camille, who is on the autism spectrum, into a full-fledged superhero in Ausome Girl, a children’s book about the strengths and needs of people with autism and how to support them.

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Economics professor Zimmermann receives 2024 Russell Award

Laura Zimmermann joins two other UGA faculty members in receiving the Russell Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, the university’s highest early career teaching honor for outstanding and innovative instruction.

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Ecosystem of Innovation

Although its free-wheelin’, artsy past seems at odds with serious business, the city’s dual personalities make sense once you visit, said Adrienne Lincoln, a senior studying finance and international business at the Terry College of Business. Both rely on a community of dedicated people supporting each other and celebrating their success.

Jillian Rhae Maxwell looks in a mirror

Student Spotlight: Embracing Authenticity

As she waited to take the stage at the Miss Collegiate America Pageant as Miss Mississippi Collegiate America in 2021, Jillian Rhae Maxwell only had one thing on her mind: the email sitting in her inbox from the University of Georgia. The news was exactly what she had hoped for, and now, as she prepares to graduate from the Terry College of Business in May, her accomplishments are a testament to her dedication.

Halley Bynum

Terry Case Study: Halle Bynum

Accounting major Halley Bynum grew up driving tractors and prepping fields on her parents’ sod farm in Fitzgerald, Ga. Her love for rural Georgia and entrepreneurship contributed to her desire to study accounting at Terry. After graduation, she plans to attend dental school and fulfill her dream of starting a small chain of dental practices in South Georgia.

Visiting international scholar Jan Recker speaks with faculty and graduate students at the Terry Department of Management Information Systems

Visiting Scholar: Jan Recker

Jan Recker, Terry College’s inaugural visiting international scholar and Alexander-von-Humboldt Fellow and Nucleus Professor for Information Systems and Digital Innovation at the University of Hamburg, has built a career studying the different ways people put technology to work.

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Two economics alumna selected as Fulbright Scholars

Maeve Breathnach and Zainub Ali, who both majored in international affairs and economics at the John Munro Godfrey, Sr. Department of Economics, were among 11 University of Georgia students selected this year for the prestigious program. UGA has led the nation in the number of students selected for Fulbright Scholarships for the last two years. […]

From left, Matt Tesvich, Kelsie Pearson and Jack TerHaar, stand with giant novelty prize checks in Studio 225

Detail Dawgs takes home $10,000 in UGA Entrepreneurship Venture Prize

University of Georgia senior Jack TerHaar liked having a clean car and hated working at his bar job in downtown Athens. That was the inspiration behind Detail Dawgs, TerHaar’s car detailing business and the winner of the UGA Entrepreneurship Program’s third annual Venture Prize Competition.  TerHaar, who studies real estate and finance at the Terry […]

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Stock Pitch Competition keeps paying dividends

Each winter, dozens of finance students migrate to Athens to make their case for a chance to pitch stocks in one of the few in-person stock pitch competitions in the U.S. Now in its 10th year, the University of Georgia Stock Pitch Competition — organized by UGA’s Student Managed Investment Fund (SMIF) and the Terry […]

Chris Allen, Tonya Davies, Dean Ben Ayers, Laura Picott and KB Yabuku

Building community through business

Success isn’t defined by the car you drive or the square footage of your house — it’s the opportunities you create for others that let you know how far you’ve come. Sometimes, it’s as monumental as the first person who looks like you taking a C-level role at your company. Sometimes, it’s as simple as […]

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2024 Terry Trailblazers

The Terry College of Business recognized four alumni as the 2024 Terry Trailblazers on Feb. 7 at the Business Learning Community. Terry Trailblazers are business leaders who achieved career success while making a meaningful impact on their organizations and communities. In addition to a roundtable discussion, each Trailblazer had flash mentoring appointments with several Terry students.

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Altera Investments named fastest-growing UGA business

Altera Investments, an Atlanta-based alternative investment firm focused on the lower middle market led by three Terry College graduates, placed first in the Bulldog 100 ranking of fastest-growing businesses owned or operated by University of Georgia alumni.

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No. 1 in value: Georgia MBA leads Financial Times’ global ranking

For those who’ve thought about the time it takes to earn an MBA from the University of Georgia, the cost-benefit calculation has never been clearer. It pays off. The return on investment of a Georgia MBA compared to its cost is tops in the world, according to the latest MBA rankings from the Financial Times.

Carolina Salge

A new way to think about bots

Salge and co-authors — Elena Karahanna of UGA and Jason Thatcher of the University of Colorado-Boulder (formerly of Temple University) — recently won best paper awards from the Association for Information Systems, the academic association for information systems scholars, and from MIS Quarterly, a premier information systems journal, for their investigation into the ways bots impact the information ecosystem online.

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The future of work means thriving through change

With the rapid pace of technological change, the most significant thing an academic program can give its students is the ability to evolve, said Gerald Kane, who was named head of the Terry College of Business Department of Management Information Systems on Jan. 1. 

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Local knowledge yields quicker, bigger sales

“Location, location, location” may be the mantra when choosing the right home, but new research from the University of Georgia finds it also might be key when choosing the right real estate agent.

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Moving the needle

After earning a degree in music education from UGA’s Hugh Hodgson School of Music in 2004, David Osborne began working as a music teacher at a local elementary school. But a playful boast set him on an unforeseen career path. “My friends and I were 25, 26, and we were all getting engaged,” he recalled. […]