Haslam College of Business Newsletter

October 2017

Haslam Ranks Among Nation’s Best Investments for Business Education

Haslam Ranks Among Nation’s Best Investments for Business Education

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Haslam College of Business ranks 26th nationwide for the best return on investment in business education among public universities, according to Forbes magazine. Read More »

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Inaugural Integrated Business and Engineering Progam Students Meet Benefactors

The first group of Integrated Business and Engineering Program students began their first semester this fall, and they recently kicked off the progam with an opportunity to meet and greet with the donors who made contributed to the program. Read More »

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Haslam Business Analytics Program Announces New Scholarship for Undergraduate Research

The Haslam College of Business’ Department of Business Analytics and Statistics launched a new scholarship program this fall, granting undergraduate students funding and faculty support for original research. Six seniors will receive $1,700 each, per semester, and a designated faculty mentor as the inaugural group of Melton Scholars. Read More »

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UT Global Supply Chain Institute Issues White Paper on Supply Chain Collaboration Best Practices

A new study from the Global Supply Chain Institute finds that not only does internal collaboration create financial worth but also that benchmark companies are leveraging collaboration outside their organizations to create competitive advantages. Read More »

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Haslam College of Business Launches Professional Sales Forum

According to a 2016 study more than 50 percent of American business school graduates get their first job in sales but most either resign or are terminated from it. In response to this growing need for qualified and interested sales professionals, the Haslam College of Business recently launched the Professional Sales Forum. Read More »

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Fall 2017
November 3: HCB Annual Alumni Awards Gala

November 18: HCB Leadership Donor Tailgate

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Spotlights
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Corrine Guelli Camila Metchikoff Eric Kelley

Corinne Guelli came to the University of Tennessee because of its wide variety of degree programs, but she says that the Haslam College of Business, and particularly the accounting program, soon captured her attention.
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The Haslam College of Business values diverse backgrounds in the best and brightest students it recruits. Usually that means a cohort of with multiple perspectives, but when Camila Metchikoff was a student, she represented a diversity of roles all in herself: mother, wife, employee and student. Read More »

Eric Kelley , associate professor of finance, Goodner Professor of Banking and Home Federal Bank Scholar, has a passion for life-long learning. As a researcher, he focuses on market microstructure and empirical asset pricing, with particular emphasis on how information is incorporated into prices. Read More »


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