Celebrating 100 Years
Our legacy spans 18 U.S. presidents, 10 UGA presidents, 12 deans, and nearly 65,000 degrees — which makes us proud to be the oldest business school in the south.
Celebrating 100 Years of Business Education
100 years ago…
- Girl Scouts of America, founded as Girl Guides of America, begins in Savannah, GA
- Arizona and New Mexico achieve statehood
- Alaska becomes a U.S. territory
- Fenway Park, America’s oldest ballpark still in operation, opens doors
- RMS Titanic sinks during its maiden voyage
- Massachusetts passes first minimum wage law in the US
- Paramount Pictures and Universal Pictures are founded
- First municipally owned streetcars are put into operation in San Francisco
- Japan gives 3,000 cherry blossom trees to D.C. as a sign of goodwill and leads to the inauguration of the National Cherry Blossom Festival in 1935
- Henri Seimet makes the first non-stop flight from Paris to London in 3 hours
- Biochemist Casimir Funk discovers the concept of vitamins
- Harriet Quimby becomes first woman to fly across the English Channel
- Republic of China is established in mainland China
- Nabisco introduces Oreo cookies
By the Numbers
Alumni Around the World
Our alumni network stretches around the world with more than 59,000 living alums in 80 countries.
Alumni Across the United States
Our alumni represent Terry College in all 50 states, plus Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Virgin Islands.
Don’t miss out on this commemorative centennial issue!
Ensure future generations have the resources to bolster the prominence of Terry.
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