Global Georgia students

Global Georgia offers a crash course in international business

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.


Photo Gallery: 2023 SEC MBA Case Competition

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.

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In the era of five-star reviews, how do you judge quality?

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.


Photo gallery: Monica Navarro Smith

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.

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Study suggests we haven’t reached the maximum human lifespan

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.

Women in Business members paint bowls in Terry College Classroom

Terry’s Women in Business pauses to relax, network and give back

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.

Fadel Matta

Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology recognizes Fadel Matta

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.

Sabina Ashurova

Terry alum makes the most of her opportunities

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.


Hulland and Little appointed to new endowed professorships

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.


Photo gallery: Terry Trailblazers 2023

The Terry College of Business recognized four alumni as the 2023 Terry Trailblazers on Feb. 23 at the Business Learning Community.

Nabil Ayers

Record executive reflects on a music-driven life

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.