The Haslam Department of Marketing and Supply Chain stays connected with industry through forums, focuses on real-world issues, attracts and retains some of the brightest students and invests in learning technology.
Within the department, Dianne Marshall, career liaison and intern program coordinator, works to facilitate student placements. Get in touch with Dianne for departmental recruitment questions.
The Haslam College of Business Career Management & Recruiting staff can also help you find talented students and alums.
“UT’s marketing and logistics students come into the industry well prepared from both an academic and work experience (internships) stand point. They know what the industry is like and continually make easy transitions to the working world. UT students are well balanced in teamwork and individual contributor roles. They uphold a great work ethic and an understanding of the need for leadership skills in the workplace.” – Kimberly Clark
“I have been impressed with the well-roundedness of the UT Marketing graduates to whom we have offered positions. They quickly grasp how each aspect of our business works together and, more importantly, how they can directly impact the growth and direction of their market. When you promote based on performance and only from within your company success begins (and ends) with the hiring decisions you make. Our consistent success has directly been related to the quality of interns and management trainees who we have met and recruited through our relationship with UT.” – Enterprise Rent-A-Car
“UT’s focus is on developing well-rounded individuals who are capable of understanding the bigger picture of a business, specifically how marketing and logistics work together to exceed the expectations of our customers every day. Graduates of UT’s marketing and logistics program can speak consistently to a broader level of business, understanding where all the pieces are and how they are going to fit together to continue Whirlpool’s success in the marketplace.” – Whirlpool Corporation