Now in its third year, Global Georgia arose as a convenient study away alternative with the goal of exposing more undergraduate students to international business fundamentals. Participants earn experiential learning and international immersion credits along with credit hours toward their degrees.
With holiday-themed treats — such as Pepsi’s Easter Peeps-flavored soda — and the August rise of “pumpkin spice” everything, snack manufacturers know limited-edition products fuel demand.
Whether it’s a 1979 Honda sedan or a 1969 Indian motorcycle, project cars and bikes need hard-to-find parts.
Many times during her 30-year career, Col Monica Navarro Smith would look around a crowded conference room and realize she was the only woman there.
The Terry College of Business hosted the 10th annual Southeastern Conference MBA Case Competition from March 29-April 1 at the Business Learning Community. The competition brought together MBA teams from 13 SEC universities.
Vanderbilt University won first place at the 10th annual Southeastern Conference MBA Case Competition, hosted by the University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business.
The deluge of data consumers see online is diluting its value to consumers, argues Rick Watson, University of Georgia Regents Professor and J. Rex Fuqua Distinguished Chair for Internet Strategy at UGA’s Terry College of Business.
Monica Navarro Smith, a colonel and deputy commander of the combat communications group for the U.S. Air Force and head of digital governance, language preference and risk management at Truist, told University of Georgia students about the importance of diversity and building a career with purpose during the Institute of Leadership Advancement’s Diversity and Inclusion Lecture Series on March 27 at the Terry College of Business.
The world’s oldest recorded person, Jean Louise Calment, died at the age of 122 in 1997. No one has exceeded her lifespan for 25 years. This, combined with recent reports of declining life expectancy in the U.S. and other countries, has led to speculation that human longevity may have reached a biological limit. But David McCarthy, an assistant professor of risk management and insurance at the University of Georgia Terry College of Business, disagrees.
It’s a good thing Vanessa Sachs’ makeup brand is sweatproof because it takes a lot of hard work to manage one of the fastest-selling student-founded makeup companies.
Terry College of Business’s Women in Business organization gathered earlier this month to paint bowls for the Georgia Mountain Food Bank’s 2023 Empty Bowl Luncheon. The 2023 Empty Bowl Luncheon is an annual fundraiser for the Georgia Mountain Food Bank.
When Mike Mannina (BBA ’04, ABJ ’04) left the U.S. Department of the Treasury in 2015, he wasn’t sure where his career path would lead.
Disha Adama, a management information systems major, was one of five Terry MIS students to work with UGA’s CyberArch initiative this year.
Over 48 hours last week, Silicon Valley Bank went from a regional bank with little name recognition outside the tech industry to the subject of a presidential press conference and hundreds of news stories wondering if its collapse is a sign of a banking crisis.
There’s no limit to what a few good dawgs can do when they hunker down and work together. Leadership Dawgs supported nine Georgia nonprofits over the last 12 months, raising money and helping the organizations build plans and processes to keep making lives better.
Across Georgia, more than 31,000 public school students experienced homelessness last school year. Despite the odds stacked against them, some of those students entered college as freshmen this school year.
Fadel Matta is being honored for his work’s volume and impact by the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) with the Distinguished Early Career Contribution, which honors young research professionals making an immediate impact in the management and organizational behavior industry.
When she arrived in the United States from Uzbekistan as an 8-year-old, Sabina Ashurova (AB ’22, MS ’22) learned to be resilient. “It was a pretty hefty challenge,” said Ashurova, who emigrated with her mother in search of the American dream.
WestRock, a leading provider of sustainable paper and packaging solutions, will serve as the case company for the 10th annual SEC MBA Case Competition, hosted by the Terry College of Business.
Two University of Georgia professors were named to newly endowed chairs in the Terry College of Business. Marketing professor John Hulland was appointed to the Nalley Distinguished Chair in Business, and management professor Laura Little was named to the Chick-fil-A Distinguished Professorship for Leadership Advancement.
The Terry College of Business recognized four alumni as the 2023 Terry Trailblazers on Feb. 23 at the Business Learning Community.
For the four Terry College alumni recognized as 2023 Terry Trailblazers, achieving success in their careers isn’t a reward for the hard work and dedication they’ve put into their jobs. It’s a call to action, a responsibility to create the community they needed when they were starting out.
Researchers have long established that racial biases held by customers and customer service agents can impact business transactions. But does that bias extend to chatbots?
As far back as he can remember, Nabil Ayers played a part in the business of music. “I was putting on shows when I was 5 years old and charging $1 at the door,” said Ayers.