Memory Scrapbook for Dr. Jan Williams
Dean Jan Williams will be retiring at the end of June 2012. We are putting together a scrapbook of his academic career and have asked faculty and students, past and present, to take a few minutes to write a letter to him about your memories or experiences with him in teaching, research, etc.
We ask that your letters be submitted electronically as an attachment to an email message to Miquela Hales at email@example.com.
Casenova Backpack Creator Given $12.5K Grant from UT Boyd Venture Fund
The designer of a single-strap backpack that reduces stress on the back is the latest recipient of a $12,500 grant from the Boyd Venture Fund. The fund is administered through the Anderson Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation in the College of Business Administration.
UT Economist Matt Murray Tapped to Lead Baker Center
Professor Matt Murray, associate director of the Center for Business and Economic Research at the UT College of BusinessAdministration, has been appointed director of the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy.
Copperthite Honors Former Faculty Member Art Stowers
Michael (’81) and Kimberly (’80) Copperthite of Georgetown, Washington, D.C., have established the Art Stowers Endowed Scholarship at the UT Knoxville College of Business Administration.
Four More International Organizations Join UT Supply Chain Forum
The UT Knoxville Global Supply Chain Institute welcomes four more international organizations as sponsors of its Supply Chain Forum. GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), the Tennessee Valley Authority, Penske, and FreightWatch International recently joined the initiative. In 2011 alone, the forum welcomed fifteen new members. GSK is the forum's first new sponsor in 2012.
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On any given day, you are almost certain to find Alex Green if you check just one particular spot—Dry Ridge Farm in Loudon, Tennessee. The farm is the home of Green's own entrepreneurial venture, Alex Green Eventing. While many students are spending their time outside of the classroom hanging out with friends, Green is diligently working to build her growing business, both on the farm and as she travels the country. Read More
College of Business Administration alumnus Renda Burkhart is based near her roots with tentacles that run generations deep. Today, she leads the Knoxville-based CPA firm, Burkhart & Company, which serves enterprising individuals, their businesses, and their families. Read More
Dr. Michael McIntyre, or “Doc” as his students affectionately call him, is director of the Professional MBA program in the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Business Administration’s Center for Executive Education. He is an industrial/organizational psychologist with a wealth of professional experience, including his work as a corporate trainer, management consultant, executive coach, and university faculty member. Read More