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Executive MBA program ranked No. 3 among public business schools

By Merritt Melancon

A Terry College Executive MBA student studies at the UGA Terry Executive Education Center in Buckhead.

Oct. 18, 2021

The Financial Times ranked Terry's EMBA best in the state

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Inclusive leadership leads to stronger teams and better economic outcomes

By Merritt Melancon

Allison Fine, a Keith W. Mason Scholar at the UGA School of Law, interviews Raphael Bostic, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.

Oct. 11, 2021

Atlanta Fed president shares his vision for empowering people during Mason Public Leadership Lecture

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#Nomakeup trend fails to discourage use of cosmetics

By Leigh Beeson

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Oct. 5, 2021

#Nomakeup trend fails to discourage use of cosmetics

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Coach Joni Taylor urges students to set aside fear of the unknown

By Merritt Melancon

Coach Joni Taylor speaks to the Terry Women's Initiative students.

Oct. 4, 2021

Georgia women’s basketball coach speaks to Terry Women’s Initiative students and faculty

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Do 'Dear CEO' letters make a difference?

By Merritt Melancon

Oct. 4, 2021

Research shows BlackRock’s public letters have a pied-piper effect on firms

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UGA's Terry Third Thursday speaker series returns to Atlanta

By Merritt Melancon

Terry Third Thursday returned to hosting in-person events in September. The next networking breakfast will be October 21 and featured UGA 
 Athletic Director Josh Brooks.

Oct. 1, 2021

Breakfast speaker series resumes live events at Terry Executive Education Center

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Helping businesses adopt social innovation practices

By Merritt Melancon

From left, Nathan Stuck and Jake Mosley from the Terry College of Business are pictured with UGA student consultant Jenna Franke and Josh Brooks, co-owner of Wander North Georgia.

Oct. 1, 2021

UGA student consultants work with Georgia companies earning B Corp certification

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UV keyboard sanitizer wins top prize at UGA Innovation District's Quick Pitch contest

By Merritt Melancon

Barnabas Li, from left, Michelle Li, and TJ Lu won the $1,000 first prize at the UGA Quick Pitch contest on Sept. 8 at the UGA Innovation Hub.

Sep. 15, 2021

North Oconee High School students best a crowd of UGA startup ideas at 90-second pitch contest

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Seven majors at the Terry College of Business ranked by U.S. News

By David Dodson

Sep. 13, 2021

Terry’s undergraduate program ranked top 15 among public B-schools for fifth straight year

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Eliminating cash could benefit U.S. families

By Leigh Beeson

Sep. 7, 2021

New study shows tax cuts could offset giving up physical currency

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