Tennessee’s overall population continues to grow, with the Nashville and Knoxville metropolitan areas seeing the fastest growth rates in the state, according to the 2016 estimates released today by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Joshua Caddell and Michael Stovall join the Caterpillar Supply Network Fellow program in its inaugural year.
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Change has been a constant throughout the life of assistant professor of management Codou Samba. But after living, working and/or studying in five countries and three continents, she hopes to call Knoxville home, as she once did.
As a sophomore majoring in finance, Sebastian Soldner’s initial love of business came about through reading regularly about the stock market and the business plan competitions he participated in throughout high school.
Carey Parker (HCB ’03) uses her degree in accounting from the Haslam College of Business to build better communities by providing quality, affordable housing for families in Knoxville.
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Jeannine Berge has found her new home at the Haslam College of Business as the director of professional development and career management for undergraduate programs.
It’s no surprise then that Dodson serves as the founding president of the Haslam College of Business Student Leadership Council. This council consists of leaders from all 24 student organizations within Hasl