The Terry College celebrated the expansion of its new home, the state-of-the-art  Business Learning Community with a dedication and groundbreaking ceremony on Sept. 15.

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FYI - Terry College of Business

October 2017

BLC Phase II Dedication

Dedicated to learning

On Sept. 15th, the Terry College celebrated the expansion of its new home, the state-of-the-art Business Learning Community with a dedication and groundbreaking ceremony that included Gov. Nathan Deal. The complex's second phase of construction, composed of Amos Hall, Benson Hall and Moore-Rooker Hall, opened in time for fall semester classes.


Students at the BLC

Terry stands tall in U.S. News rankings

The Terry College’s undergraduate business programs rose three spots in the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings to No. 24 overall and 14th among public business schools. In addition, four of the college’s academic specialties ranked among the nation’s very best.

Dan Cathy

Chick-fil-A CEO discusses values-based leadership

Dan Cathy, chairman and CEO of Chick-fil-A Inc., shared stories about his father’s legacy, the importance of creativity, and how his values guide his work at a Terry Leadership Speakers Series talk on Sept 29.

John Campbell

Why educated areas are better for business

The key to a thriving business may be the educational level of non-executive employees according to new research from accounting professor John Campbell. Highly educated employees are tied to improvements in key areas of business practice, such as mandatory disclosures and management forecasts.

Linda Bamber

Bamber honored with capstone research award  

Linda Bamber, professor emerita of accounting, received the 2017 Distinguished Contributions to Accounting Literature Award from the American Accounting Association for the paper, “What’s My Style? The Influence of Top Managers on Voluntary Corporate Financial Disclosure.”


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The Street
Facebook will buy licenses for songs uploaded to its online service in what Music Business lecturer and artists' rights advocate David Lowery is calling a win for musicians. In an article in The Street, Lowery argues that the move will keep Facebook on the right side of the law.
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