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Study finds opioid crisis affects municipal bond financing

Communities at the epicenter of the opioid crisis, particularly in states along the Rust Belt, need new hospitals, substance abuse treatment centers and additional law enforcement to stop the epidemic, but they may not be able to fund them, according to Terry College of Business finance professor John Hund.

Graphic of a business growing more quickly than another with aid from a startup accelerator.

New research evaluates design of startup accelerators

New research from the University of Georgia links startup accelerator success with a few key program elements, such as mentorship and open discussion among participating startup founders.

Chip Chambers revs up the Sanford Stadium crowd during the Georgia game against Texas A&M in November

The man behind the mic

Chip Chambers has never been good at sitting still.
That’s why he dances all four quarters of University of Georgia home football games—and has for the last four years.

UGA alumnus and Schwarzman Scholarship recipient Shaun Kleber poses for a photo

UGA alumnus Shaun Kleber awarded Schwarzman Scholarship

Athens, Ga. – University of Georgia alumnus Shaun Kleber was one of 148 candidates selected internationally as a Schwarzman Scholar, a graduate fellowship designed to prepare the next generation of leaders with an understanding of China’s role in global trends.

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Synovus CEO Kessel Stelling to deliver fall Commencement address at UGA

Regent Kessel D. Stelling Jr., chairman and CEO of Synovus Financial Corporation and a member of the University System of Georgia Board of Regents, will deliver the fall undergraduate Commencement address at the University of Georgia on Dec. 13 in Stegeman Coliseum.

Terry College of Business donors Sanford and Barbara Orkin pose for a photo

Together forever

As dignitaries gathered beneath a giant white tent pitched across the Coca-Cola Plaza on a sweltering September morning, a big smile crossed Sanford Orkin’s face as he thought, “I used to sleep here.”

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Tattoo app wins Idea Accelerator competition

A company pairing tattoo-seeking customers with customized designs and professional artists to match their style won the $5,000 top prize at UGA’s Idea Accelerator Demo Day pitch competition at Studio 225 on Nov. 11.

Terry College of Business executive director of development and alumni relations Martee Horne poses for a photo with a University of Georgia mascot

‘A role that was really perfect for me’

Martee Horne is on the move. After 22 years at the University of Georgia with 20 at the Terry College, Horne is retiring in January, leaving a post and office she built from the ground up.

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Dean’s Message: A campus transformed

It’s been a decade plus of dreaming, planning, fundraising, building and moving, but the vision of a modern and multipurposed new home for the Terry College of Business was fully realized this fall.

Tina Taylor speaks into a microphone

Two-pointers and three degrees

If you think six years is a long time to be a college student, let me introduce you to Tina Taylor.

Terry College study abroad students pose at Machu Picchu in Peru.

World Class

Study abroad programs are turning the whole globe into a Terry campus.

Doug and Kay Ivester in front of Ivester Hall during the Phase III dedication of the Business Learning Community in September.

Built to Last

You get the feeling Doug Ivester is revealing something about himself he hadn’t thought about until this moment. It’s noticeable in the slightest of ways. He edges up in his seat. He lightly taps the table as he talks. A pause fills the space between words.