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  • Holiday Season Shipping Issues: Your Questions Answered- November 20th, 2020

    With the novel coronavirus still wreaking havoc on the economy, holiday shoppers are naturally anxious about gifts they have ordered arriving on time. With online sales expected to surge this year, shippers will face a crush of deliveries. Alan Amling, distinguished fellow with the Global Supply Chain Institute in the…

  • First 2020 Haslam Commencement Ceremonies to Be Held Friday- November 19th, 2020

    The University of Tennessee's Haslam College of Business will hold commencement ceremonies for the Full-Time MBA and Master of Science in Business Analytics programs this Friday, November 20. These will be the first of seven Fall Haslam graduation ceremonies and will be held at the Tennessee Theatre.  Appropriate social distancing…

  • Local Lab Helps Healthcare Facilities, Schools, Businesses Prevent Spread of COVID-19- November 18th, 2020

    In June, Assured Bio Labs, LLC, an environmental microbiology lab in Oak Ridge, became the first U.S. facility to be accredited by the AIHA for surface and air analysis of the virus that causes COVID-19. Since then, the lab has tested samples for more than 100 clients including hospital systems,…

  • TN-PEARL Launches Website to Share Research and Resources on Higher Education in Tennessee- November 17th, 2020

    A new website has launched for the Tennessee Postsecondary Evaluation & Analysis Research Lab (TN-PEARL) that aims to make the lab’s research about higher education in Tennessee simple to access and easy to understand. TN-PEARL is a joint partnership of the Boyd Center for Business and Economic Research at the…

  • Haslam’s Healthcare EMBA Programs Largest Among Public Institutions in National Ranking- November 13th, 2020

    Modern Healthcare’s just-released annual ranking of healthcare MBA programs by size places two executive MBA programs in the Haslam College of Business at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, at the top of the rankings. The Physician Executive MBA program (PEMBA) and Executive MBA for Healthcare Leadership (EMBA-HL) took the No.…

  • In Uncertain Times, UT’s International MS in Supply Chain Management Forges Ahead- November 12th, 2020

    In the face of a pandemic, how does an international master’s degree program continue operating? Despite worldwide travel restrictions and widespread economic turmoil which thwarted student educational plans and disrupted universities’ academic offerings, the Master of Science in Supply Chain Management Tri-Continent (MS SCM - Tri-Continent) offered by the Haslam…

  • Haslam Salutes Its Military Veterans- November 10th, 2020

    The University of Tennessee’s Haslam College of Business has seen a growing number of veterans choosing its graduate, executive and professional programs to advance their professional careers. In fall 2020, 7.3 percent of all master’s students enrolled in Haslam self-identified as veterans, up from 5.8 percent the previous year. Many…

  • Former Refugee Finds New Home on Rocky Top- November 9th, 2020

    For many students, one of the most important aspects of the university experience is the chance to leave home and become part of a new community. For Cedric Twizere, a master of accountancy student at the Haslam College of Business, finding that sense of belonging has been particularly meaningful. “I…

  • Healthier at Home?- November 3rd, 2020

    With the COVID-19 pandemic, home-based healthcare and telemedicine’s popularity is surging. Mayank Shah (PEMBA, ’19) isn’t surprised. Shah, a physician and CMO of Alegis Care, a Chicago-based company that offers a slate of home health services geared toward different populations and health conditions, has long advocated for home-based healthcare. “I’ve…