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  • UT Students to Distribute $30,000 to Local Non-Profits- March 29th, 2016

    Students within the Haslam College of Business at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, will grant $30,000 to local charities this fall as part of a nonprofit management class. Jim Haslam (’52, ’76) and Jim Clayton (’62, ’64) each matched a $10,000 grant from the Learning by Giving Foundation to fund…

  • Chairman of Public Company Accounting Oversight Board Postpones Talk at Haslam- March 29th, 2016

    James Doty, chairman of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB), has postponed his presentation to students and professors on Friday, April 1. Instead, Doty will likely speak at the C. Warren Neel Corporate Governance Center within the Haslam College of Business during Fall semester. Doty, who was appointed to…

  • UT Accounting Students Ranked 4th in the Nation on CPA Exam Pass Rates- March 28th, 2016

    KNOXVILLE—Accounting graduates from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Haslam College of Business were ranked fourth nationally among public universities for Certified Public Accountant exam pass rates in 2015. “This success is a testament to the collective efforts of the outstanding faculty and students within the accounting program at the Haslam…

  • MSBA Capstone Course- March 28th, 2016

    The capstone course is a tremendous strength of the Master’s of Science in Business Analytics program at the Haslam College of Business, giving students exciting hands-on experience working with real companies to solve real problems. With plenty of support from faculty advisors, students in the capstone course have the opportunity to…

  • Haslam Students Learn Keys to Success at Top Nashville Businesses- March 23rd, 2016

    A group of 22 undergraduate students travelled to Nashville late last month on a professional development trip exposing them to area corporations. Students met with executives at Nissan, VACO, SRS Construction, Dollar General, HCA, Nashville Chamber of Commerce, Under Armor, Dixon Hughes Goodman and Deloitte to learn more about these…

  • 2016 Big Orange Family Campaign Most Successful to Date- March 23rd, 2016

    The third annual Big Orange Family Campaign was the Haslam College of Business’ most successful to date. Nearly 97 percent of the college’s faculty and staff contributed to this campus-wide initiative. Seven departments within the college during the campaign showed 100 percent participation: Center for Business & Economic Research Construction…

  • Noble Named Associate Dean for Research and Faculty- March 22nd, 2016

    Charles H. Noble, Henry Professor of Business, has been named associate dean for research and faculty at the Haslam College of Business. “I’m honored to have this opportunity to serve the college at such an exciting time in our development,” Noble said. Noble has been acting as the interim associate…

  • Haslam Supply Chain Program Launches Scholars of Distinction to Help Fill the Talent Gap- March 21st, 2016

    Higher volumes and greater operational complexities have caused a talent gap in the supply chain industry that many companies seek to fill with new graduates. In response to growing demand from employers to connect with potential candidates, the Haslam College of Business recently launched the Supply Chain Management Scholars of Distinction. “More…

  • Faculty Spotlight: Wenjun Zhou- March 21st, 2016

    After earning her undergraduate degree in China, Wenjun Zhou traveled to the United States to pursue her master’s at the University of Michigan. She went on to earn a PhD in management from Rutgers University in 2011. “Then I received an offer from the University of Tennessee and had a…

  • Colleges of Nursing and Business to Host Symposium on Why Businesses Value a Healthy Community- March 20th, 2016

    The College of Nursing and Haslam College of Business are partnering with Healthy Tennessee to host a free symposium, Why Businesses Value a Healthy Community, from 8:30 a.m. to noon Thursday, April 7, at the Baker Center. Health care and education leaders will join executives from locally based corporations and government officials to…