Walking into Studio 225 is like entering a startup culture only imaginable on a hip show about Silicon Valley, except this one takes place in downtown Athens.
For 107 years, the Terry College has produced men and women of legendary entrepreneurial spirit. Turns out you can bottle it.
When Congress passed the Financial Investment and National Security Act (FINSA) in 2007, it was meant to bolster national security. However, new research from the Terry College shows it put American companies at a global disadvantage.
Keynote speakers at both of Terry’s Convocation ceremonies urged graduates to use the final moments of their college careers to consider their futures and the good they can do.
More than 230 economists and PhD students gathered at the new home of the Terry College of Business in mid-May to discuss their research at the Spring 2019 Midwest Macroeconomics Meetings.
Featuring engaging speeches, vibrant videos, and speed painting (yes, speed painting), the annual Terry College Alumni Awards and Gala attracted a record crowd on a fine April night in Atlanta.
Look out, world. After graduation, there will be no stopping Josefina Rodriguez Sturba — not that anything was stopping her before.
Georgia MBA has the seventh-highest rate of return among U.S. business schools whose graduates earn more than $100,000 on average within three months of graduation, according to the latest rankings from U.S. News & World Report.
Students from the University of Georgia’s Graduate School and Professional MBA Program got the opportunity recently to explore careers at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta as part of the Graduate School’s Experiential Professional Development, or xPD, initiative.
One of the greatest lessons Scott Colosi ever learned happened one Friday night in a Pensacola Pizza Hut. Business was brisk and Colosi, who was helping the team take orders and prepare pizzas, watched as the crew made pizzas faster than they could go through the oven. Pizzas were stacking up, delivery guys were growing […]
Latham Saddler had it all figured out. Fresh off a collegiate career defined by leadership and academic excellence, he secured a select job as an IBM professional sales specialist in New York City. But ever since that September day in 2001, when he watched the Twin Towers collapse on TV in his Russell Hall dorm […]
Karole Lloyd, a Tuscaloosa native, University of Alabama alum and diehard Crimson Tide fan, remembers the day John Schraudenbach turned her into a Georgia Bulldog. Named the EY managing partner for the southeast region in 2009, Lloyd arrived in Atlanta seeking to build her management team and wanted Schraudenbach to be her deputy manager. In […]
When John W. Jackson (BBA ’76) delivers the keynote address at Terry Convocation on May 10, he will, in some ways, see a much different university than the one he attended nearly 50 years ago.
A surgical needle designed to improve the speed and consistency of orthopedic reconstruction procedures won the $10,000 top prize at UGA’s Next Top Entrepreneur pitch competition on April 18.
Sebastian Puerta, a University of Georgia junior earning his combined bachelor’s and master’s degrees in economics, was one of 20 students nationwide selected this spring as a Beinecke Scholar.
A mobile app that helps maids of honor plan bachelorette weekends won the $5,000 top prize at the UGA Idea Accelerator Demo Day pitch competition April 15.
Tim Samples, an assistant professor in the Terry College of Business, gives students research and study abroad opportunities that explore the intersections of law, society and business.
Hard work, a friendly demeanor and principled decisions led John Turner (AB ’89) to become president and CEO of Regions Financial Corp.
Celise, a sustainable plastics-alternative company, won $25,000 and a trip to New York to participate in the Consensus Great Brands Show, while two UGA teams — VTasteCakes and Rugged Road Outdoors — each received $5,000 in runner-up prize money.
Jeff Humphreys, director of the Selig Center for Economic Growth, is one of five faculty members and service professionals are 2019 recipients of the Walter Barnard Hill Award for Distinguished Achievement in Public Service and Outreach.
Jason Colquitt, the William Harry Willson Distinguished Chair and professor of management, has been given the title of Distinguished Research Professor.
Twenty-four big data Dawgs are about to enter the workforce, as the inaugural class of Master of Science in
A bill introduced in the U.S. Senate proposed “jail time of up to 20 years” for senior executives who knowingly misreported their companies’ cybersecurity readiness.
Managing a reputation as both a good employee and devoted parent can lead to serious consequences for working parents, according to new research from the University of Georgia.