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  • Haslam leaders address national aerospace forum- January 6th, 2015

    Leaders from the University of Tennessee’s Haslam College of Business were part of a featured panel discussion at the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics’ Science and Technology Forum and Exposition on Jan. 6. The event – the largest gathering for aerospace research, development and technology professionals – brings together more than…

  • UT study on global supply chain highlights reversal of outsourcing- December 2nd, 2014

    Relocation of manufacturing and product sourcing to emerging economies is no longer the gold standard for global businesses, according to a study from UT’s Global Supply Chain Institute. The rush to Asia in the last decade promised major cost reduction, but financial gains for many corporations have been short-lived. The…

  • Ted Stank named chair for international supply chain professionals association- November 23rd, 2014

    Ted Stank, Bruce Chair of Logistics and Supply Chain Management at the Haslam College of Business, was recently elected chair of the board of directors for the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals. In an interview for the organization’s newsletter, Stank spoke about his career in supply chain management, beginning…

  • Supply Chain Forum is most successful to date- November 23rd, 2014

    The Supply Chain Forum, hosted by the Haslam College of Business’ Global Supply Chain Institute, boasted record attendance and some of the most influential speakers in its 20-year history. More than 200 people participated in this year’s fall forum, held on Nov. 12-13, a 30 percent increase from the largest…

  • FedEx Chairman and CEO Fred Smith discusses economy- November 12th, 2014

    Frederick W. Smith, chairman and chief executive officer of FedEx Corporation, shared key insights on how the economy is—and is not—working in a keynote presentation at the First Tennessee Foundation’s Sixth Annual MBA Symposium, hosted by the University of Tennessee’s Haslam College of Business Nov. 12. Smith pointed to innovation,…

  • FedEx founder to speak at Global Supply Chain Forum- October 27th, 2014

    Frederick W. Smith, founder, chairman and chief executive officer of FedEx Corporation, will join the Haslam College of Business’s Supply Chain Forum as its keynote speaker on Wednesday, Nov. 12. Smith will draw on decades of experience building FedEx to discuss trends and challenges in supply chain management from 2:15-3:15…

  • Annual MBA Habitat for Humanity Build Begins- September 22nd, 2014

    Pictures from the build are available on our Flickr account at:  Habitat Photos. For the 12th consecutive year, the University of Tennessee MBA Program’s Tennessee Organization of MBAs (TOMBA) is teaming with Knoxville Habitat for Humanity to build a home. This year’s project kicked off with a “blitz day” on…

  • Welcome MBA Class of 2015- August 14th, 2014

    The UT College of Business Administration welcomes the incoming Full-time MBA Class of 2015.

  • Stahl Talks about Physician Executive MBA Program- July 8th, 2014

    Michael Stahl, PhD, is the William Stokely Distinguished Professor of Business and the director of the UT Physician Executive MBA (PEMBA) program, a unique and highly successful one-year-long executive-level MBA program for physicians. The program’s blended delivery mode consists of four week-long residency periods on the University of Tennessee, Knoxville,…

  • UT Study Shows Integrating Purchasing, Logistics Yields Better Business Results- May 14th, 2014

    KNOXVILLE—Organizations that closely integrate their purchasing and logistics functions deliver better business results, according to a new study from the Global Supply Chain Institute at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. But the study, involving more than 180 supply chain professionals, also shows that many firms fail to capitalize on this…