April 2012

UT College of Business Administration Receives Prestigious AACSB Maintenance of Accreditation

The University of Tennessee College of Business Administration and its accountancy program have received maintenance of accreditation by the most prestigious international governing organization for business schools, the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, also known as AACSB International. Accreditation signifies business school excellence.

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The UT College of Business Administration is Coming to a City Near You!

In May, Dean Jan Williams will visit Washington, D.C., and Dallas, Texas, to meet alumni and friends of the College of Business Administration. Alumnus Dave Snapp, '79, will host a reception in his home on May 8 for those living and/or working in the Washington, D.C. area, and Joe Crafton, '84, will host a reception at CROSSMARK, Inc., near Dallas on May 16. All alumni and friends of the college are welcome, and these are great opportunities to meet fellow Vol fans living near you!

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Video Game Idea Wins UT Vol Court Business Competition

A video game idea designed to get children interested in energy sciences and technology has won this semester's Vol Court pitch competition at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Vol Court is a speaker series and pitch competition presented by the College of Business Administration's Anderson Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation. The goal of the program is to help people develop new business ideas and gain entrepreneurial skills. It is sponsored by UT Federal Credit Union, UT Research Foundation, and the Terry Adams Law Firm.

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Farm Bureau Insurance Executives Share "Charlie" Campaign with UT Marketing Students

The real-world came to the Integrated Marketing Communications class at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Farm Bureau Insurance – Tennessee showed senior-level marketing students how classroom learning translates into the real world.

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Phillip & Jinny Furlong Establish Two Business Scholarships

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Business Administration has two new scholarship endowments thanks to two of the university's young alumni. Phillip M. & Jinny B. Furlong have established one scholarship to be awarded to a U.S. veteran dependant who was raised overseas and one for a Tennessee native.

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UT Professor Testifies Before Congress about Financial Regulatory Initiatives

Joseph V. Carcello, Ernst & Young and Business Alumni Professor in the UT Knoxville, College of Business Administration, testified before U.S. Congress recently about regulatory initiatives being considered by several federal agencies and corporations.

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Upcoming Events

May 1 Venture Symposium

May 3-4 Electronic Health Records Symposium (CEE)

May 8 Alumni Reception in Washington, D.C., Hosted by Dave Snapp

May 8-15 MBA Trips to Chile and D.C.

May 9 Mini-Term Classes Begin

May 10 Graduate Hooding Ceremony

May 11 College of Business Administration Graduation

May 16 Alumni Reception in Dallas, Texas, Hosted by Joe Crafton at CROSSMARK, Inc.

May 16-18 Lean for the Operating Room (CEE)

May 28 Memorial Day Holiday - No Classes/Offices Closed

May 30 Mini Term Classes End

May 31 Full and 1st Session Summer School Classes Begin


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Knoxville, TN 37996 - 4140

Phone: 865 - 974-5061
Fax: 865 - 974-1766

E-mail: CBA@utk.edu
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Student Spotlight

Kevin Guice has immersed himself in the university culture at UT. The senior, who is majoring in accounting with a collateral in logistics and supply chain management, is an active leader in the College of Business Administration, on the UT campus, and in the Knoxville community. Read More


Alum Spotlight

Lieutenant Cameron J. Burnette considers himself a Tennessee native, although he was born at Castle Air Force Base in Merced, California. His family moved to Cleveland, Tennessee, when he was three months old, and still calls Tennessee "home" as he travels for his distinguished military career. Read More

Faculty Spotlight

Kenneth E. Anderson is the Pugh & Company Professor of Accounting and the director of the Master of Accountancy (MAcc) program in the Department of Accounting and Information Management. He earned his Ph.D. at Indiana University in December 1983 and has been at UT ever since. Read More