All Boards and Councils
Here are each of Terry's Boards and Councils.
The Terry Dean’s Advisory Council (TDAC) is the senior-level task force of volunteers established for the purposes of promoting and improving the College. In particular, members of TDAC advise the Dean of the College, help foster corporate relationships, and participate in or lead activities for the good of the College.
The Terry College of Business Alumni Board serves in an advisory capacity to the Dean and faculty of the college to further the goals of continuous improvement in instruction, research, and service and professional activities in business administration. Board members work to promote and support the programs and activities of Terry College in order to cultivate and encourage a continuing affiliation between alumni and the institution.
The Terry College of Business Young Alumni Board exists to bridge the gap between the Terry College student experience and greater alumni network. The board’s mission is to develop initiatives that support the goals of Terry College.
The goal of the MBA Advisory Board is to tap into the knowledge and insights of MBA alumni and employers to insure that Terry is providing a market-driven, skills-focused curriculum that leads the best companies to seek out and hire our MBA graduates.
For over 35 years, the MIS Advisory Board has been the primary point of contact between industry and the Department of MIS. It helps ensure that the MIS curriculum meets the needs of employers, supports cutting-edge research, provides speakers for classes, funds scholarships for outstanding MIS students, and more. It is an invaluable resource for the MIS program at the Terry College of Business.
The MMR Advisory Board provides strategic guidance to the MMR Program and brings real-world perspective and experience to the faculty and to the classroom. The board includes recognized leaders in marketing research from a broad cross-section of businesses and organizations, including consumer goods companies, marketing research firms, pharmaceutical companies, retailers, financial services providers, and others.
The MSBA Advisory Board facilitates the sharing of knowledge and best practices between industry and our curriculum. This ensures that the Georgia MSBA curriculum and course offerings remain market-driven, enabling our students to invest in skills that are relevant for their career success.
The Risk Management and Insurance (RMI) Program Advisory Board is a valuable resource of feedback, professional insight, talent and support. While the board provides counsel to the RMI Program Head on issues affecting the program, its curriculum, and employment opportunities of its students, the board also engages in and supports the fundraising efforts of the RMI Program. The board provides key contacts for faculty to inform their research and teaching, and provides input to the RMI Program Head on the strategic direction and progress of the program.
The Supply Chain Advisory Board serves as the primary point of contact between industry and Supply Chain professors and students. The Board is run by the top 16 Supply Chain students in the Terry College of Business. It helps ensure that the supply chain curriculum meets the needs of employers, provides speakers for classes, connects employers with talented students, and more.
The J. M. Tull School of Accounting Advisory Board is a valuable resource of feedback, professional insight, talent and support. While the board provides counsel to the Director on issues affecting the school, curricula, programs and employment opportunities of our students, it also engages in and supports the fundraising efforts of the School. The Advisory Board provides key contacts for faculty to inform their research and teaching, and provides input to the Director on the strategic direction and progress of the School.