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  • Dr. Michael J. Stahl PEMBA Faculty Fellowship Established to Honor PEMBA Founder- August 30th, 2015

    A new faculty fellowship has been named in the Physician Executive MBA program at the Haslam College of Business honoring founding director Mike Stahl. Alumni, students and staff announced the fellowship to Stahl during the program’s alumni symposium in the spring of 2015. At that time they had contributed $150,000…

  • Haslam College of Business Representatives Engage Memphis Aviation Group- August 27th, 2015

    Ken Gilbert, professor emeritus of the Haslam College of Business, spoke to aviation industry leaders in Memphis recently about the college’s aerospace and defense industry programs. Nearly 60 leaders from aviation companies in the region gathered for the talk at a quarterly meeting of the Jet and Engine Trading Society…

  • Master of Accountancy Program Gives Back to Future Graduates- August 13th, 2015

    The Haslam College of Business’ 2015 Master of Accountancy class raised $28,800 in gifts to support future accounting students. More than 71 percent of the students pursuing a MAcc at the college participated. Carly Sain, a graduating MAcc student, chaired the “1,2,3 for Tennessee” campaign with support from fellow students…

  • Haslam Undergraduate Accounting Program Ranked Among Top 25- August 5th, 2015

    The undergraduate accounting program at the Haslam College of Business was named among the best in the nation earlier this month in the 2015 Best Accounting School Super Ranking. Haslam’s accounting program was ranked 22nd by Accounting Degree Review, a resource website for current and prospective accounting and finance students. The…

  • Haslam Students Study Supply/Demand Integration in Australia- August 3rd, 2015

    Seventeen Haslam College of Business students travelled to Queensland, Australia, this summer to study marketing and supply chain management. Participants lived and studied at the University of the Sunshine Coast (USC) and took classes taught by Haslam professors John Bell and Diane Mollenkopf. Mollenkopf, who has been with the program…