• Terry’s undergraduate home has students engaged, impressed and thankful


    When Alina Taher enrolled at the University of Georgia, she knew she wanted to study business, but didn’t know which aspect to pursue until she joined Terry College’s Women in Business group as a freshman.

  • Experiential Learning


    Terry’s take on UGA’s experiential learning initiative prepares students for success after graduation.

  • Bob Pinckney



    Bob Pinckney (BBA ’82) brings real-world startup experience to the classroom.

  • Digital marketing program


     Two years ago, 17 students comprised Terry’s new Digital Marketing program. Now, thanks to real world clients and a competition judged by marketplace pros, more than 200 students are enrolled in the program — and positioned to land big jobs because of it. 

  • A Terry Trifecta


    Broadway actor Eddie Cantor once said, “It takes 20 years to make an overnight success.” The Terry College is thankful that marketing professor Kevin Ellis isn’t that patient. The past six months has yielded an unprecedented number of “firsts” for the Terry College Sales Program. Terry not only won the team and individual phases of the National Collegiate Sales Competition (NCSC), but it was also victorious in the team phase of the International Collegiate Sales Competition (ICSC), and the individual phase of the State Farm Sales Competition.

  • Deirdre Kane


    Like selecting a candidate for a job, evaluating applicants each year for the next incoming class for the Full-time MBA program at the Terry College of Business requires a multifaceted approach, according to Deirdre Kane, director of admissions for the program.

  • PhD Points of Pride


    Terry awards doctorates in seven disciplines, each of which nominated distinguished graduates in academia. These seven represent the cream of a very impressive crop.

  • Photo of Dan Cathy

    Dan Cathy


    Armed with a barrage of props, Chick-fil-A president and COO Dan Cathy shared his lessons in leadership with students enrolled in an entrepreneurship class at Terry. He talked about Chick-fil-A’s current challenges of maintaining a balance between quality, service and the bottom line while growing his business.

  • Clayton Edwards

    Real Estate Case Competition


    A team of Terry real estate MBAs won the NAIOP School Challenge in April with a plan to transform a crime-infested, southwest Atlanta corridor into an industrial epicenter.

  • Terry Professors in D.C.


    When sweeping financial reforms brought the federal government into the insurance business, two Terry professors trekked to Washington, D.C. to teach policymakers the ins and outs of the industry.