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  • Updated 02/20/13
  • Dan: BIGGEST FUNDRAISING YEAR TERRY HAS EVER EXPERIENCED!!
  • Review goals and where we are to-dateNew facilities are the cornerstone of the campaignWe need additional $20M / harder to make big leaps in public phaseEvery gift is important
  • Recognize the Co-Chairs from each cityRead a sentence about each state/city (Martee and Katrina will handle)
  • Culmination of National Campaign results by city/region
  • Each city will have a roll-out eventThese are tentative dates which could change based on new Dean’s calendar.
  • Next meeting date January 21 at TEEC in ATL or by phone;Hope all will attend May 2 meeting and Gala
  • Mike Ostergard will present
  • Richard (on the phone) and Susan (in person)
  • Bill Griffin: current past chairDarren Devore: immediate past chairKessel Stelling: new chairNew Vice-Chair skipping this year
  • TDAC membership bylaws: “Approx. 25 members”Highlighted members are those whose terms end this year – in red, proposed new terms.13 TDAC members whose term ends in 2013  everyone is willing to renew but one (Scott Akers)Letter will be mailed within the next two weeks to members.
  • Darren: Call for vote on proposed two new members
  • Darren: Thanks everyone – let’s go get a group photo done and reconvene at 6:00**reminder on parking**If you leave now, let parking attendant you were here for TDACIf you are staying for dinner – be sure to be parked on the deck by 7:00 – no later than 9:00

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  • Terry Dean’s Advisory Council Richard B. Russell Building Special Collections Libraries – Room 271 Athens September 6, 2013
  • 1. Welcome 2. College Report 3. Building Terry Campaign Report 4. Business Learning Community Update 5. BREAK 6. Curriculum Enhancement Task Force 7. Corporate Engagement Task Force 8. Terry Alumni/ Young Alumni Board Reports 9. Elections 10.Closing Remarks/Schedule 11.Group Photo BREAK 6:00 Cocktail reception (Room 285) 7:00 Dinner with Terry Student Ambassadors Agenda
  • College Report Chuck Knapp
  • Terry Peer Aspirant Deficit Range Mean 75% 50% Min Max Accounting Profs 211,400 223,600 224,400 12,200 13,000 Assoc. 185,800 204,300 181,600 (4,200) 18,500 Asst. 167,000 187,000 184,300 17,300 20,000 Business Law/Legal Environment Profs 126,400 162,100 185,900 35,700 59,500 Assoc. 92,400 NA 126,300 33,900 33,900 Asst. 103,500 NA 134,500 31,000 31,000 Economics Profs 128,000 214,300 215,900 86,300 87,900 Assoc. 109,900 130,000 170,000 20,100 60,100 Asst. 102,600 118,000 161,100 15,400 58,500 Finance (includes Insurance, Real Estate) Profs 205,100 273,300 232,800 27,700 68,200 Assoc. 153,800 216,300 205,500 51,700 62,500 Asst. 167,400 198,100 190,000 22,600 30,700 Management(Behavioral Sci/Org Behavior, Int'l Mgt, Strategic Mgt) Profs 171,200 244,400 207,300 36,100 73,200 Assoc. 149,400 170,200 162,500 13,100 20,800 Asst. 132,800 145,000 146,400 12,200 13,600 Marketing Profs 224,500 251,400 213,700 (10,800) 26,900 Assoc. 170,000 166,900 176,800 (3,100) 6,800 Asst. 133,600 150,000 148,000 14,400 16,400 ManagementInfo Systems Profs 164,500 238,800 193,700 29,200 74,300 Assoc. 145,100 160,000 151,400 6,300 14,900 Asst. 127,500 150,000 140,000 12,500 22,500 Quantitative Methods (includes Operations Research, Statistics) Profs 175,100 190,000 175,600 500 14,900 Assoc. Asst. Administrative (12 mo) Dean 319,300 456,500 410,000 90,700 137,200 Assoc. Dean 236,900 315,500 200,400 (36,500) 78,600 Dir: Fin& Admin 151,300 141,000 113,500 (37,800) (10,300) Dir: Develop 130,000 125,700 198,000 (4,300) 68,000 Dir: Sch Acct 309,000 NA NA Dir: IT 167,400 122,300 135,000 (45,100) (32,400) Dir: Exec Ed 165,400 NA 159,800 (5,600) (5,600) Dir: MBA Progs 266,700 172,000 138,700 (128,000) (94,700) Administrative (9 mo) Assoc. Dean 237,700 216,700 209,000 (28,700) (21,000) Dept Chair Acad. 178,900 228,700 223,800 44,900 49,800 Terry/AACSB Comparison of Salaries AY 2012/2013
  • Terry Dean Search Update Chair: Alan Dorsey, Dean of the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences • James Carson (ILSRE) • Santanu Chatterjee (ECON) • Jason Colquitt (MGMT) • Richard Daniels, Dir. MBA Programs • Randy Groomes, Dir. Diversity Relations • Jacqueline Hammersley (ACCT) • Elena Karahanna (MIS) • Charlotte Mason (MARK) • Myra Moore, Director of Assessment, Rankings and Undergraduate Programs • Henry Munneke (ILSRE) • Marisa Pagnattaro (ILSRE) • Annette Poulsen (FINA) • Jill Walton, Dir. Undergraduate Student Services and Corporate Relations • Bill Young Jr. (BBA ’78), President and Partner of General Wholesale Co., Immediate Past Chair of the UGA Foundation Board of Trustees, and TDAC member • Ted McMullan (MBA ’93), President of Covington Investments LLC, former Chair of the Terry AB, Advisory Trustee of UGAF and Annual Giving Chair of the Building Terry Campaign Cabinet; • Darren DeVore (BBA ’86), Managing Partner of B&A Capital Holdings LLC, TDAC Chair, Trustee of UGAF, and a member of the Building Terry Campaign Cabinet; • Dan Amos (BBA ’73), Chairman and CEO of Aflac Inc., a former Chair of the University of Georgia Foundation Board of Trustees, and current Chair of the Building Terry Campaign Cabinet; • Sarah Beatty, an undergraduate (FINA-ACCT)
  • The University of Georgia Terry College of Business Dean – Job Description The University of Georgia invites nominations and applications for the Dean of the Terry College of Business. The University of Georgia, a land-grant and sea-grant institution and the first public-chartered university in the country, is the state’s most comprehensive and most diversified institution of higher education. Founded in 1912, the Terry College is the flagship business school in the state of Georgia and is one of 17 schools and colleges at the University. With a presence on three campuses in addition to the main campus in Athens, Georgia, the Terry College enrolls 3,200 students in its undergraduate, masters and doctoral programs and enjoys the success of its 59,000 alumni. Terry’s undergraduate and MBA programs are consistently ranked among the top 20 public business schools by US News & World Report, BusinessWeek, Forbes and The Economist. Charles B. Knapp, president emeritus of the University of Georgia and a professor emeritus of economics, has been named interim dean of Terry and will serve until the expected appointment of the next Dean. The Dean serves as the chief academic and executive officer of the Terry College of Business and as a catalyst for the school’s continuing ascendency under new UGA President Jere Morehead, who most recently served as the University’s Provost. The Dean will be a collaborative, ethical, entrepreneurial leader with a track record of consensus-building and an ability to lead a world-class program focused on professional education and research. In concert with the more than 130 Terry faculty and units such as the Selig Center for Economic Growth, s/he will develop programs and relationships with the business communities regionally, nationally, and internationally. The next Dean will assume leadership of a strong, ongoing capital campaign, raising funds to support faculty, programs, and facilities and to increase significantly the Terry endowment. The Dean will report to the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost.
  • The successful candidate will have experience leading in a premier academic setting, with the vision to advance a college of business at a large public research university. S/he will have outstanding collaborative skills; the ability to recruit, retain, and develop excellent and diverse faculty, students and staff; a proven talent for fundraising and strong operational/financial skills commensurate to fulfill the goals and objectives of the school; and the academic credentials or professional experience (Ph.D. or other appropriate terminal degree highly preferred) to be appointed a full professor with tenure at a Carnegie Research University (very high research activity). All applications will be held in the strictest of confidence. Screening of candidates will begin immediately; for full consideration, candidates should express interest no later than October 1, 2013. Complete application packets should include a formal letter of interest and a CV. E-mail applications and nominations to: Email: ugaterry-businessdean@kornferry.com Ken Kring, Senior Client Partner Korn/Ferry International The University of Georgia is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution. The University of Georgia Terry College of Business Dean – Job Description (cont’d)
  • Planned Timeline • 09/04/13 – First meeting of Full Search Committee • 10/01/13 – Deadline for “full consideration” • Early November – Long-List Review of Candidates • Mid-December – Preliminary Interviews with selected candidates • Mid-December – Campus visits by finalists
  • BUILDING TERRY CAMPAIGN CABINET Mary Virginia Terry, Honorary Chair Dan Amos, Chair Jim Blanchard Taylor Glover Betsy Camp Bill Griffin Richard Courts, II Ted McMullan Darren DeVore
  • FY ’13 Fundraising Results BLC $ 23.4M Faculty Support $ 0.1M Academic Programs $ 6.7M Total $ 30.2M
  • Building Terry Campaign $90M Goal Campaign Goal Results Through August 31, 2013 BLC $ 70M $ 53M Faculty Support $ 10M $ 8M Academic Programs $ 10M $ 22M Total $ 90M $ 83M
  • NATIONAL CAMPAIGN UPDATE $11M GOAL
  • BUILDING TERRY National Campaign Committee Name Region Name Region Peter M. Adams No. California Edward A. Ferguson Charlotte Tim M. Adams New York Elisha Wade Finney No. California Robert Baldwin Charleston John M. Godfrey Jacksonville James W. Barge New York Dan N. Hannon Houston Michael W. Browder Nashville Luther A. Lockwood Charlotte Chris W. Brown Washington, DC Holly D. Meidl Nashville Frank W. Brumley Charleston John D. Ozier Nashville Marcus G. Cone So. California Julio Ramirez Miami John B. Coppedge, III Charleston Greg J. Rizzo Houston Charles P. Darby, III Charleston R. Travis Storey Jacksonville Jeff T. Dunn So. California Peter Vig Dallas Hill A. Feinberg Dallas Craig C. Walker Jacksonville
  • Building Terry Campaign Roll-Out Events Tentative Calendar Hilton Head Rollout September 11, 2013 Charleston Rollout September 12, 2013 Los Angeles Rollout September 30 – October 2, 2013 San Francisco Rollout TBD Houston October 7-8, 2013 Jacksonville Rollout October 30, 2013 Nashville Rollout November 5, 2013 Dallas Rollout November 20, 2013 New York Rollout Monday, May 19, 2014 Washington, DC Rollout Tuesday, May 20, 2014 Miami Rollout Tuesday, March 18-19, 2014 Charlotte Rollout Tuesday, February 18, 2014 Chattanooga Rollout March 25-26, 2014
  • SAVE THE DATES January 21, 2014 CC/NCC Mtg. TEEC (Atlanta) May 2, 2014 CC/NCC Mtg. TEEC (Atlanta) May 3, 2014 GALA Atlanta
  • The Business Learning Community
  • Correll Hall
  • Amos Hall
  • Peer Comparison Peers 100 200 Terry College (Current) Terry College BLC 306,000 gross square feet Arizona Arizona State Florida IowaMaryland Ohio State Purdue Texas A&M GSF/Degree Conferred 250 GA Tech Michigan State 150
  • The BLC “Lab” Student Projects • Energy Informatics • Integration of photovoltaics • HVAC life cycle cost analysis • Landscape Design – Storm water Management • BLC “App”
  • Questions?
  • Break
  • Curriculum Enhancement Task Force Mike Ostergard, Co-Chair Darren DeVore, Co-Chair
  • History • Prior to 2013, there were two Terry programs that provided enrichment to top-performing students - Student Managed Investment Fund (SMIF) - Institute for Leadership Advancement (ILA) • Corsair Society, which focuses on expanding student career opportunities in Finance, was an ad hoc program outside the auspices of Terry • A task force was sanctioned in 2012 to explore the feasibility of more formally integrating Corsair into Terry
  • Corsair Society • Developed as grass-roots effort by Dave Battle (Terry alum) • Open to top-performing UGA students (not just Terry) • Mission - to support and enhance placement and career success/progression • Impressive results - opening doors typically not available to UGA students - placement at top investment banking firms (Goldman, Morgan, etc.) - engagement by prominent UGA and Terry alums - top performers in start classes (competing with Ivy League students)
  • • Formally integrate Corsair into Terry curriculum Expand the reach of Corsair beyond Finance and into: • - Management Consulting (McKinsey, BCG, Accenture, etc.) - General Management (General Electric, Apple, etc.) • Scale the program by leveraging the resources and governance of Terry Curriculum Enhancement Task Force 2012-13 Goals
  • 2012-13 Successes • Year of partnership between Terry College and Corsair Society • Two inaugural classes kicked off in Spring 2013 - Honors Class 1990H – “Introduction to Markets and Enterprises” (Dr. David Williams) • Very positive feedback from students and participating company lecturers
  • Introduction to Markets & Enterprises 2012-13 Alumni Lecturers January 7 – Dr. Williams (Honors Program Director) January 14 – Mike Ostergard, Accenture January 28 – Liz Gottung, Kimberly-Clark February 4 – John Heyman, Actuate Partners February 11 – Darren DeVore, The Carroll Organization February 18 – Steve Joiner, Deloitte February 25 – Les Franks, UBS March 4 – Frank Hanna, CompuCredit March 18 – Brian Quinif, JP Morgan March 25 – Cliff Orr, Privet Fund Management April 1 – Kessel Stelling, Synovus April 8 – James Ellis, Accenture April 15 – Brian Cossaboom, IBM April 22 – Matt Passarello, McKinsey April 29 – Jimmy Barge, Viacom
  • January 25 – Mike Ostergard, Accenture (Strategy) February 1 – Steve Joiner, Deloitte (M&A) February 15 – Michelle Pierce, Accenture (Outsourcing) March 1 – Kinsley Sykes, Accenture (Strategy) March 29 – Brian Cossaboom, IBM (Operations) April 12 – Matt Passarello, McKinsey (Case Interviews) Introduction to Management Consulting 2012-13 Alumni Lecturers
  • Number Hired Firm 15 Ernst & Young 12 Deloitte 11 KPMG 11 PWC 10 SunTrust 4 Accenture 3 McKinsey 2 BCG 2 Goldman Sachs Firms Hiring Terry Undergraduates 2012-2013
  • 2013-2014 Preview • Both Honors and ILA classes will be repeated in 2013-14 • Corporate financial support and sponsorship in progress • Commitment from prominent UGA alumni to serve as lecturers (as well as prominent non-UGA lecturers)
  • Corporate Engagement Task Force Susan Boyd, Co-Chair Richard Court IV, Co-Chair
  • MBA Employment Overview Prelim. 2013 Final 2012 Final 2011 Graduates: Employed at Graduation 61.0% 65.8% 48.6% Employed 3 Mos Post Grad 90.2% 86.8% 70.3% Guaranteed Compensation N/A $92,796 $94,463 Interns: Employed 100% 100% 100%
  • Top MBA Employers 2011-2013 2011 2012 2013 Total hires SunTrust Robinson Humphrey 4* 3* 1* 8 Anderson Merchandisers 2* 3* 1* 7 AT&T 1* 1* 4* 6 Lowe’s 2* 2* 2 6 Johnson & Johnson 1* 2* 2* 5 Ernst & Young 3* 1 1 5 Hewlett-Packard 1 2* 2 5 Delta Air Lines 1 2* 1 4 Bank of America 2* 1 1* 4 *Interns included in count
  • 2011 2012 2013 Total hires Assurant N/A 2* 1 3 CB Richard Ellis N/A 1* 2* 3 Duff & Phelps 1 1 1 3 Emory Healthcare 1* 1 1 3 Georgia Small Business Development Center 2* 1 N/A 3 The Home Depot 1 N/A 2* 3 Liberty Mutual 1* 1* 1 3 MetLife Real Estate Investments 1* 1* 1* 3 Premier 2* N/A 1* 3 US Airways 1 1 1 3 *Interns included in count Top MBA Employers 2011-2013
  • BBA Employment Overview Final 2013 Final 2012 Final 2011 Final 2010 Graduates: Employed at Graduation 60.03% 55.61% 48.30% 40.93% Employed 3 Mos Post Grad 80.26% 77.89% 66.99% 60.42%
  • Top BBA Employers 2013 • Ernst & Young • Deloitte • KPMG • PwC • SunTrust • Liberty Mutual • Microsoft • NCR Corporation • State Farm • The Home Depot • Triage Consulting • Accenture • Hormel Foods • MetLife • RaceTrac
  • Target Companies 2013-14 • AGCO • Bank of America (Charlotte) • Baxter International • Capgemini • Chick-fil-A • Cox • Georgia Pacific • Ingersoll Rand (Charlotte) • PrintPack • Newell Rubbermaid • Regions Bank (Birmingham) • Verizon (corporate)
  • Terry College Alumni Board TDAC Report Buck Wiley, Chair 2013-2014
  • Alumni Board Update 2013 Gala Success • Kicked off the public phase of the Building Terry Campaign • Celebrated alumni Terry Brown, Julio Ramirez and David Battle • Hosted 700+ guests • Raised $370,000 in corporate support • Donated our net profit of $340,000 to the BLC Fund
  • Alumni Board Update We recently welcomed seven new members: • Ed Ferguson – Charlotte, NC • Jimmy Patton – Chattanooga, TN • Hugh Tarbutton – Atlanta, GA • Bill Turner – Columbus, GA • Tom Usilton – Atlanta, GA • Nancy Wright Watley – Atlanta, GA • Craig Walker – Jacksonville, FL
  • Alumni Board Update New initiative this year: Undergraduate Support Committee – • Spearheaded by Alan Bullock • Similar to our MBA committee and designed to: – Encourage mentorship of undergraduates – Assist with internship opportunities – Identify full-time placements
  • Terry College Young Alumni Board TDAC Report Ty Dickey, Chair 2013-2014
  • Young Alumni Board Update YAB Building Terry Brick Campaign • New Signature Project that has support from all 60 members; critical piece is the “personal ask program” • Initiative geared towards young alumni designed to garner their support for the BLC and engage them as young donors and volunteers • $1 million goal • The brick campaign will have a presence at all of our young alumni events, campaign roll-out receptions and other Terry Bricks are $250; pavers are $1000 and will be placed in a prominent location within the new BLC campus
  • Young Alumni Board Update We recently welcomed 16 new members: • Phil Brosseau, CBRE – Charlotte, NC • Adam Cohen, Tenon Consulting – Atlanta, GA • Will Douglas, UGA - Athens, GA • Brandon Gardner, BOA/ML – Atlanta, GA • Bill Glenn, Fulcrum Equity Partners – Atlanta, GA • Clayton Huffman, Frazier-Deeter – Atlanta, GA • Jordan Kiel, BB&T – Atlanta, GA • Nicole Lackey, CBRE – Atlanta, GA • Adam LaHaie, Coca-Cola – Atlanta, GA • Danny Lowenthal, Croft & Bender – Atlanta, GA • Danny Mack, Stadion Money Management – Athens, GA • Drew Murray, The Meridien Companies – Washington, DC • Greg Pugh, US Dept. of Health & Human Services – Washington, DC • Caroline Robinson, Siemens – Atlanta, GA • Chris Sanders, E&Y – Atlanta, GA • Ashley Thiem, Thiem & McCutcheon - Charleston, SC
  • 1,200+ leads for Brick Campaign $65 Amount per young alum needed to reach $1M goal 200+ alumni mentor- student mentee pairs $24,000 worth of items raised for gala 478 attendees at Atlanta/Athens alumni events 100% YAB giving! Plus increase in 2CC contributions 2012-2013 Terry YAB Mai-Lise Nguyen, Chair; Ty Dickey, Vice Chair; Mitch Reiner, Treasurer; Daniel Fowler, Secretary; Blake Bruce, Nominating Chair 50 people at YAB information session 5 YAB networking events 6 alumni panels 1 ridiculously amazing wheel-of- fortune/jeopardy Terry game 20 regional network events 19 new 2012-2013 members 59 applicants for 2013-2014 term 2 new student welcomes 100% ambassador meetings with YAB presence
  • Elections • TDAC New Chair: Kessel Stelling • Bylaws: Officers TDAC officers consist of the Chair, Vice Chair, Past Chair, and committee chairs. In Spring 2009, members of the TDAC will elect a Chair and a Vice Chair to serve two-year terms. At the fall 2011 and subsequent odd year fall meetings, only the Vice Chair will be elected. The current Vice Chair will become the Chair. The current Chair will become the Past Chair. New officers will be installed at the end of the election meeting.
  • • 13 TDAC members whose term ends in 2013 • 11 TDAC members whose term ends in 2014 TDAC Term Rotation TDAC Member Name Term Term Renewal Last Nickname Begin End Begin End Akers Scott 2008 2013 Boltwood George 2010 2013 2014 2016 Boyd Susan 2008 2013 2014 2015 Camp Betsy 2008 2014 Casey Phil 2008 2013 2014 2016 Courts IV Richard 2008 2014 Davis Jay 2008 2013 2014 2015 DeVore Darren 2008 2014 Drosos Gina 2013 2015 Feinberg Hill 2008 2014 Finney Elisha 2010 2013 2014 2016 French, Jr. Ted 2010 2013 2014 2016 Gottung Liz 2008 2013 2014 2015 Griffin Bill 2008 2014 Heyman John 2010 2013 2014 2016 Homrich David 2010 2013 2014 2016 Jackson JJ 2008 2014 Ostergard Mike 2012 2014 Pittard Pat 2008 2013 2014 2016 Ramirez Julio 2012 2014 Sinsheimer Paul 2012 2014 Stelling Kessel 2008 2014 Stewart, Jr. Brother 2008 2014 Storey Barry 2008 2013 2014 2015 Young Bill 2010 2013 2014 2015
  • • You will receive a renewal letter in the mail within 2 weeks • New rotation plan goal: stagger members’ term over the next few years • Proposed new TDAC members (2-yr term): – Boland Jones (Founder, Chairman and CEO PGi) – Bill Linginfelter (President—Regions Bank Georgia) TDAC Term Rotation
  • Closing Remarks/Schedule Today - Next: – Group Photo – 6:00 Cocktails/Dinner (Student Ambassadors) CC/NCC/TDAC Meeting Schedule: − Tuesday, January 21, 2014 (Atlanta) • CC/NCC Meeting – 10:00 to noon – Friday, February 7, 2014 (Atlanta) • TDAC Meeting – 3:00 to 5:00 – Friday, May 2, 2014 (Atlanta) • CC/NCC Meeting -10:00 to noon • TDAC Meeting – 3:00 to 5:00 – Saturday, May 3, 2014 (Atlanta) • Gala (InterContinental)