Terry College student Julia Allen posing for a photo on the University of Georgia campus.

Amazing Student: Julia Allen

Almost since she first came to campus, senior economics major Julia Allen has been involved in service and outreach and is now committed to pursuing that passion by finding ways to engage in public service wherever her career takes her.

Joel Waldfogel poses for a photo at Cheapo Records in Minneapolis.

The economics of the new pop culture renaissance

Thanks to digital technology, consumers can access more media than ever before and churn through it at warp speed. But has proliferation of content led to a drop in quality?

Patti Zettek poses for a photo at the Terry College Business Learning Center.

Career matchmaker

Patti Zettek admits that she made mistakes in her first managerial role—like arriving at the airport for her first national sales meeting trip wearing shorts

Headshot of Terry professor Santanu Chatterjee

Chatterjee to represent UGA at SEC leadership program

A Terry College of Business professor is one of four outstanding faculty members who will represent the University of Georgia in this year’s Southeastern Conference Academic Leadership Development Program.

Senior RMI students Kerry Martin

Terry team places first at national insurance case competition

A team of risk management and insurance majors from the University of Georgia captured first prize at the 2019 Talent Development Competition hosted by the National African American Insurance Association on Sept. 12 in Atlanta.

Lucas (AB '10

Jill and Lucas Puente: The Silicon Valley Connection

Finding a tech sector job in Silicon Valley, where egos are big and competition is stiff, can be pretty daunting. But Jill and Lucas Puente carved out success in the industry. The key is making connections.

Jackson Mitchell completes coursework during an interior design class in the Lamar Dodd School of Art (Photo by Andrew Davis Tucker/UGA).

By design: Student combines business and art majors

Jackson Mitchell is passionate about design—specifically, interior design and historic preservation.
Double majoring in real estate and interior design, he hopes to work in high-end residential design and historic renovations after he graduates in 2021.

The Terry College Business Learning Center from above via drone.

The Business Learning Community: A bold vision realized

Construction of the new Business Learning Community may have started six years ago in 2013, but the Terry College of Business has been building on its deeply rooted history for more than 100 years.

Terry College professor David Eckles poses for a photo at the Business Learning Community.

Focus on Faculty: David Eckles

Both in the classroom and while leading study abroad, professor David Eckles in the Terry College of Business helps students build their capacity to solve new and unexpected problems.

A child picks up a piece of broccoli from her plate with a fork.

Partitioning vegetables can increase consumption

Not eating your fruits and vegetables can have serious health consequences, from obesity to macular degeneration. And many Americans, even those who have easy access to these healthy foods, stubbornly resist eating them.

David Salyers poses for a photo in a blue room.

New Startup Mentor to champion innovation

As the University of Georgia continues to develop its vibrant innovation ecosystem, a new voice to inspire and consult with staff, student and faculty entrepreneurs is coming to campus.