Audit Committee Responsibilities, Disclosures, Continue to Expand According to Joint Reports

Lauren Cunningham, Keith Stanga Professor of Accounting, co-authored “Audit Committee: The Kitchen Sink of the Board.”

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  • Haslam MBA Alumni’s Firm Leads Pack in Fledgling College NIL Marketing Race- November 4th, 2022

    Hunter Baddour (MBA, ’11) and James Clawson (ProMBA, ’13) did not start their marketing firm, Spyre Sports Group, to be a top dog in the recently opened and now burgeoning college name, image and likeness (NIL) market. Working together at another sports marketing agency, they realized they shared a common…

  • Happy Global Business Analysis Day – Do You Know What Your Business Data Is Doing?- November 1st, 2022

    The first of November is Global Business Analysis Day. How are you planning to mark the occasion? To start, you might try wrapping your head around just how much raw data humans have put out into the world. The exact figure is not known, but an article published on Seed…

  • Business Innovator Joins UT as Haslam’s Director of Exec Programs in Nashville- October 27th, 2022

    The University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Haslam College of Business is pleased to welcome Deborah Watts as its director of executive programs in Nashville. Watts, who joined the team in mid-October, will build business graduate and executive education support in the region as an extension of the wider Graduate and Executive…

  • Exposure to Violence Creates Gender Disparity for Students- October 26th, 2022

    The threat of violent crime looms large for many young people around the world. New research finds that the stress from this threat puts female students at a long-term disadvantage in school and beyond. The study — co-authored by Maria Padilla-Romo, assistant professor of economics at the University of Tennessee,…

  • Q&A with Two Top Leaders in Supply Chain Industry- October 24th, 2022

    According to research by Gartner and AWESOME, women hold about 21 percent of top management positions in supply chain. Two of those have ties to the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Haslam College of Business. Annette Danek-Akey, Penguin Random House’s chief supply chain officer, is a student in Haslam’s Executive MBA…

  • Enrollment Open for UT Haslam Graduate and Executive Degree Programs- October 21st, 2022

    The University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Haslam College of Business is now enrolling accomplished students and working professionals in its graduate and executive degree offerings. Haslam’s online programs, MS in Management and Human Resources and MBA programs for working professionals are ideal for nontraditional students with families and job responsibilities seeking…

  • Haslam’s First Diversity Summit Aims to Bridge Cultural Gaps- October 18th, 2022

    With diversity, equity and inclusion at the forefront of conversations across the nation, the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Haslam College of Business is hosting a new event encouraging dialogue within its community. The college’s inaugural diversity summit will be held Friday, October 28, from 10 a.m. – 1:30 p.m., in…

  • Haslam Executive MBA Program Awarded Distinguished International Ranking- October 17th, 2022

    The University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Haslam College of Business Executive MBA program has earned its highest score yet for overall alumni satisfaction – top five in the world – in the London-based Financial Times’ latest Top 100 international executive MBA programs rankings.   On a scale of one to 10,…

  • Economic Education: Q&A With UT Professors Scott Gilpatric and Scott Holladay- October 3rd, 2022

    October is Economic Education Month. The Council for Economic Education established the observance in 2021, based on the idea that students who have a firm grasp on basic economic concepts will be better prepared to make informed decisions throughout their lives. As Scott Gilpatric, head of the Department of Economics…

  • Vol Court Awards Funding to Three Student Startups- September 29th, 2022

    A mobile app to scan perishable foods, a dual-functioning automotive window tint and a straw that detects drink tampering swept the podium at the Anderson Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation’s fall 2022 Vol Court. Vol Court is a five-week entrepreneurial speaker series held every semester at the University of Tennessee,…