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As director of career management for Haslam’s Graduate & Executive Education, O’Dell helps students navigate their career path.
Love says she found support, involvement and inspiration at the Haslam College of Business.
Carruthers recently was named the inaugural William F. Fox Distinguished Professor of Labor Economics.
Delgadillo, a dual economics and finance major is a community volunteer and a DAP Advocate with the Office of Diversity and Community Relations.
Turgeon has created a fellowship endowment to fund graduate fellowships in Haslam’s marketing department.
Carla Mashinski (HCB, ’84) has learned much along the path of her 35-year career. She began at Shell Oil Company, interviewing on campus while an accounting major in the Haslam College of Business.
LaKietha Jackson, coordinator of outreach and precollegiate programs for the Haslam College of Business, provides early opportunities for future success. Through the Office of Diversity and Community Relations, she identifies and recruits a diverse population of students and offers access to precollegiate programs to learn about college life and the field of business.
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