Four Terry College of Business alumni were elected to leadership and board positions for the University of Georgia Foundation Board of Trustees during its annual June meeting in Greensboro, Georgia.
From America’s Southeastern Conference to Africa’s eastern coast, business students dream of building better lives and stronger communities.
The 2023 honorees of the University of Georgia’s 40 Under 40 include four graduates who earned a degree from the Terry College of Business.
The German economy might be known as a top producer of good beer and ultimate driving machines, but in the past 20 years, Germany has also become a premier creator of green jobs and thriving midsize companies.
Stacy Campbell, newly-hired director of the Insitute for Leadership Advancement, brings a career’s worth of experience studying and teaching successful leaders to UGA.
The University of Georgia Executive and Professional MBA programs, housed in the Terry College of Business Executive Education Center, have seen record enrollment in recent years.
Jim Chasteen (BBA ’98) still recalls his first lesson as a risk management student in the Terry College of Business. “The first thing they teach you on day one is to avoid dogs, trampolines, and booze,” says Chasteen.
More than 100 marketing researchers from across the U.S. converged on the University of Georgia campus June 5-7 to share research into sustainable marketing practices, develop a better understanding of sustainable marketing and build a road map for research moving forward.
When Jake Goodman took the TEDxUGA stage on March 31 and stepped onto the iconic red circle, he felt a decade-long dream become a full-circle moment. Looking into the audience, he remembered attending the inaugural TEDxUGA event in 2013 — as an undergraduate at the University of Georgia with plans to become a doctor and someday develop a message worthy of a TED talk.
In the whirlwind of the supply chain, there is no standing still. To keep from being swept up, there must be constant movement by logistics caretakers: the operations bosses, the technology builders, the data miners, the finance experts and, of course, the higher-education scholars who prime the pump with talent.
In the rebound from the COVID-19 recession the buying power of American households continued to grow and diversify in 2021.
Susan Cohen, assistant professor of management at the Terry College of Business, studies startup companies and entrepreneurship, but she’s actually in the business of studying advice — whom to ask for advice, how to separate good advice from bad advice, and how to create meaningful advice.
Scholarly contributions by the Terry College faculty are an important measure of the college’s impact. This sample of recent research rankings is based on the number of publications appearing in the premier journals in their fields.
Economist Laura Zimmermann is part of a UGA research team funded by the U.S. State Department studying ways to prevent widespread human trafficking in Malawi and Zambia.
Jeffry Netter was going to be an astronomer. That was the goal until he took his first physics class, anyway.
Three University of Georgia professors were appointed in April to endowed professorships in the Terry College of Business.
Finance researchers have long wondered why some stocks seem to gain value overnight. The increase in stock price from market close to its opening price the next day is referred to as the difference between overnight and intraday returns.
A few years into his television career, Rutledge Wood met with some executives to discuss new opportunities.
Every five years, the Terry College of Business undergoes a rigorous accreditation review process with AACSB International, an organization that champions quality and excellence in business education.
Class Notes for the Terry College of Business alumni for Spring/Summer 2023
Each fall, a new class of University of Georgia MBA students arrives on campus with energy, curiosity and a desire to sharpen their executive skills.