The Haslam College of Business has launched three new study abroad programs to take place in the spring and summer of 2018.
UT graduate student Lia Winter took home the top prize at this semester's competition.
Job placement after graduation and employer perceptions drive jump; Princeton Review also calls out employment rate spike.
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While at Haslam, Metchikoff majored in supply chain and logistics with a collateral in international business. She says one fateful lecture in a required logistics class spurred her onto her major and now career path.
Business Analytics & Statistics
Eric Kelley, associate professor of finance, Goodner Professor of Banking and Home Federal Bank Scholar, has a passion for life-long learning. As a researcher, he focuses on market microstructure and empirical asset pricing, with particular emphasis on ho
Corinne Guelli came to the University of Tennessee because of its wide variety of degree programs, but she says that the Haslam College of Business, and particularly the accounting program, soon captured her attention.
Accounting & Information Management
Ashley Sams joined the Haslam College of Business in October 2016 as an admissions assistant for masters programs in business. A recent graduate from the University of Tennessee, she wanted to give back to the community that helped prime her for success.
Ken Shields comes from a family with careers focused on transportation. His father graduated from the University of Tennessee with a degree in transportation and logistics, and Shields followed in his footsteps, graduating with the same degree in 1987.