A journey of risk and reinvention brought Mekal Smith to Haslam's MAcc program
- November 30, 2017
Myers received a Distinguished Service Award from the Haslam College of Business at the fall supply chain forum.
- November 29, 2017
Students visited Shaw Industries, Veritiv, AT&T and Honda to connect with diverse professionals who helped inform their career planning.
- November 28, 2017
Poets&Quants cited Haslam’s current upward trend in the U.S. News and World Report, Forbes and Bloomberg Businessweek rankings.
- November 27, 2017
Madeline Rogero rounds out series of female speakers in leadership positions.
- November 22, 2017
The Haslam College of Business has launched three new study abroad programs to take place in the spring and summer of 2018.
- November 21, 2017
UT graduate student Lia Winter took home the top prize at this semester's competition.
- November 17, 2017
Job placement after graduation and employer perceptions drive jump; Princeton Review also calls out employment rate spike.
- November 16, 2017
Chancellor Beverly Davenport and multiple supply chain executives spoke to the forum's largest group ever.
- November 14, 2017
Randy Blue (HCB '85) recently spoke to a group of 15 students over lunch.
- November 10, 2017
This is the third year in a row Haslam has made the ranking’s top 25.
- November 9, 2017
Harris’s research is at a transition point between the modeling of consumer behavior and healthcare economics.
- November 7, 2017
Chris Kinney, Shelly Sun, Citizens Bank and Michael D. Greene recieved Halsam's 2017 alumni awards.
- November 6, 2017
Breakout sessions addressed topics such as leading with emotional intelligence, leadership in finance and starting a business.
- November 3, 2017
Now in its 10th year, the program fosters leadership and international awareness.
- November 2, 2017
Panelists from multiple professional and collegiate athletic programs spoke to students about analytics in the field.
- November 1, 2017
Goss, who also has worked with MBA programs at Notre Dame, Wake Forest and Duke, will be responsible for the program's growth and success.