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The University of Georgia will celebrate the completion of Correll Hall and the groundbreaking for Amos Hall and Phase II of the Business Learning Community with a ceremony Sept. 18 at 1 p.m. on the lawn of Correll Hall.

Business isn’t all about products, services and bottom lines. It can also act as a catalyst for change. Ed Heys (BBA '83), Atlanta and Birmingham managing partner at Deloitte LLP, shared his views about making business and community work together at the Aug.

Forbes magazine released its biannual MBA program ranking earlier today, once again recognizing the University of Georgia Terry College of Business among the nation’s best business schools.

The verdict is in.

Just one week after classes began in Correll Hall, the new facility for the Terry College and the first phase of its still-in-production Business Learning Community, everyone already has an opinion about it.

Terry College economics professor Ian M. Schmutte received a three-year, $535,970 grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation to study “the Economics of Socially-Efficient Privacy and Confidentiality Management for Statistical Agencies.”

The University of Georgia Terry College of Business has broadened its Full-Time MBA offerings to include new concentrations in 

Ruth Bartlett, an audit partner at Frazier & Deeter in Atlanta, has been named the 74th president of the University of Georgia Alumni Association.

Staff from the Terry's International Business Programs Office did not have to travel far to present at the summer 2015 conference of the Georgia Association of International Educators, which was held in Athens. 

Fourteen Terry students participated in the Business in Europe study abroad program this summer, venturing to Central and Eastern Europe to get an up-close view of international business practices.