Sean Walsh’s view of the world changed his view of the world. After he graduated from Terry, Walsh had a run in the bruising environs of Wall Street where his 80-, 90-, 100-hour work weeks were fueled by caffeine from six Diet Cokes a day. His job in mergers and acquisitions held a tyranny over him until he went on a different kind of run, this one around the world.
The Georgia crowds come every year, like they have for more than three decades, to hear the traveling show. Sometimes the sounds coming from the stage aren’t always upbeat (remember 2009?), and the people onstage can change from year to year, but the event’s importance and message is never diminished.
Numbers govern our lives. Bank account balances, blood pressure, SAT scores — they help define who we are and where we’re going. Some numbers affecting our daily lives are beyond our control — age, height and U.S. GDP — while others, such as the calories we consume, are up to us.
As part of ground operations for the Air Force, he was in charge of making sure bombs hit exactly what they were intended to, rather than dropping on nearby civilians.
As the first African-American woman to co-host ESPN College GameDay, Maria Taylor (ABJ ’09, MBA ’13) is familiar with forging her own path.
Synovus has established five need-based scholarships for incoming University of Georgia students intending to major in business. Part of the Georgia Commitment Scholarship Program, the scholarships will be awarded to students across Georgia beginning in fall 2019.
Davis Knox likes beginnings. It’s actually kind of his forte. As a UGA student, Knox (BBA ’96) aspired to start or help start as many businesses as possible over his lifetime. Little did he realize that one of his startups would be a nonprofit dedicated to supporting others with that same entrepreneurial spirit—but more on that later.
Chip Chambers has done plenty to distinguish his undergraduate career: he’s been awarded scholarships and honors, studied abroad, had his research published, volunteered in the community and more. But most people just know him as “that crazy dancing guy.”
The Full-Time MBA Program at the University of Georgia Terry College of Business received its highest ranking ever from The Economist and its worldwide survey of the top 100 graduate business programs, called “Which MBA?”.
The fourth floor of Creswell Hall looks pretty much like your typical residence hall, but the students living here are far from typical. They are all entrepreneurs: risk-takers who want to turn their ideas into businesses. Many of them already have. Jared Zengo of Oconee Country started a business making art installations out of Rubik’s […]
The Executive MBA Program at the Terry College of Business is ranked among the nation’s best in a global EMBA survey published by the Financial Times.
Venting about unfair situations at work may do more harm than good, according to a new University of Georgia study.
The Terry College of Business is ranked No. 1 for Risk Management and Insurance by U.S. News & World Report and its familiar Best Colleges guide.
Christopher Cornwell, a professor and head of the Economics Department, was name
The buildings on the corner of Baxter and Lumpkin streets change gradually each day. Workers add rows of bricks here, and hang bay windows and lighting there.
Ivey Tanner loves showing off UGA to visitors, has immersed herself in campus activities and has been awarded top scholarships. A self-described people person, she hopes to eventually use her leadership skills to help others succeed.