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“Many of the same forces that contributed specifically to Georgia’s growth in the past two years will be even stronger in 2017,” said Dean Benjamin C. Ayers at the Georgia Economic Outlook series kickoff in Atlanta.
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Terry FYI

Terry FYI is a periodic newsletter for alumni and others affiliated with the Terry College of Business.

IN THIS ISSUE

January 2017

FEATURED

Georgia Economic Outlook Series Kickoff

“Many of the same forces that contributed specifically to Georgia’s growth in the past two years will be even stronger in 2017,” said Dean Benjamin C. Ayers at the Georgia Economic Outlook series kickoff in Atlanta. “First, Georgia has even more projects in its economic development pipeline. Second, Georgia’s economy will get more leverage from the housing recovery than the national economy. Third, Georgia’s manufacturers will continue to do better than U.S. manufacturers. Fourth, Georgia will see faster population growth.” Learn more about the forecast or register for an event near you.

UPCOMING EVENTS

JAN 04 | Full-Time MBA Program Overview: Webinar
JAN 11 | M.S. Business Analytics Info Session
JAN 12 | Georgia Economic Outlook Series: Augusta
JAN 18 | Georgia Economic Outlook Series: Savannah
JAN 19 | Georgia Economic Outlook Series: Coastal
JAN 19 | Terry Third Thursday: Derreck Kayongo, CEO, Center for Civil and Human Rights — Atlanta, GA
JAN 20 | Georgia Economic Outlook Series: Swainsboro
JAN 23 | Georgia Economic Outlook Series: Columbus
JAN 23 | Full-Time MBA Campus Visit Day
JAN 24 | Georgia Economic Outlook Series: Albany
JAN 24 | Terry Executive & Professional MBA Programs After-Work Information Session — Atlanta, GA
JAN 26 | MBA Employer Showcase — Atlanta, GA
FEB 01 | Georgia Economic Outlook Series: Athens

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SPOTLIGHTS

Ruth Bartlett

ALUMNI

 

Ruth Bartlett, Alumni Association President

No matter where you look — from Commencement to Homecoming to her own island alumni chapter — you’ll always find Ruth Bartlett (BBA '76), UGA’s steadfast Alumni Association president, on the scene.

Ian Schmutte

RESEARCH

 

Ian Schmutte, Economics

Half of all workers say they found their current job through a friend or social acquaintance, but “job-referral networks” may help perpetuate inequality, according to new research from Ian Schmutte, assistant professor of economics.

NEWS

Terry MBA Programs rank among the best

Terry MBA Programs continue to place well in several recent business school rankings.

Who do you know in Terry Magazine?

The new Terry Magazine is in the mail. The online edition is available for viewing now. Here are a few of the stories you'll find inside:

Some Experience Required: Rachel Ham (BBA ’15), Joe Berrios, and Jazzy Griffin show how experiential learning prepared them for success after graduation.

Silicon Jungle: Venture capitalist Ryan Gembala (BBA ’03) carefully mapped his passage from Athens to the San Francisco Bay. Now he is on safari for “transformational technologies” with the potential to be pathbreakers.

A Golden Opportunity: Shanika Robinson (BBA ’15) manages three Atlanta locations of her family’s Golden Krust restaurant and bakery, the largest Caribbean fast food franchise in the U.S.

• Giving Societies: Is your name in the Honor Roll of Donors?

Terry’s Online BBA a good fit for working professionals

Whether employees in your organization want to complete their college degree or they’re interested in earning a second undergraduate degree in general business, Terry’s Online BBA Program, offers working professionals a way to enroll in a Top 30 business school without interrupting their careers.

UGA launches unique MBA-engineering dual degree program

The Terry College of Business and the College of Engineering are launching a new dual degree program that will allow students to earn a bachelor’s degree in engineering and an MBA within five years. The program is the first and only combined Bachelor of Science and MBA degree offered at an institution in the University System of Georgia.

Amazing Student: Darby Miller

Darby Miller, a senior majoring in marketing, has accomplished much during her time at UGA. But it’s not the organizations she has worked for or the awards she has received that mean the most to her. She’s most grateful for “all of the unique, inspiring and remarkable people this school has given me.”

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