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Dean Jan Williams In this newsletter, you will read about the honors our students, faculty, and staff were awarded this spring by the college and Chancellor Jimmy Cheek.  These outstanding recipients are among our college’s best and brightest and their recognition was well-deserved.

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College Expresses Pride in Faculty, Staff, and Graduates


Recently, the College of Business Administration had 550 students graduate from the undergraduate program. With incoming class size growing each year, and enrollment in the college at over 5,000 students, the college continues to maintain its place as one of the largest and most accomplished colleges at UT. Many of the college’s top students, faculty, and staff were recognized this spring at the Chancellor’s Honors Banquet, hosted by UT Knoxville’s new chancellor, Jimmy Cheek, and at the College of Business Administration’s Honors Banquet.

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Supply Chain and Logistics Faculty Ranks 2nd Worldwide


A study published in the winter issue of Transportation Journal ranks the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Business Administration’s supply chain and logistics faculty second among logistics researchers worldwide. The quarterly journal is one of the top in its field and features original works and research findings on topics relating to supply chain and logistics.

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Alumni and Friends Share Professional Experiences with CBA Students


Over the last several years, one of the College of Business Administration’s most effective teaching tools has been the presence of its alumni and friends. In all of the college’s departments, guests have visited various classrooms to share experiences hands-on with College of Business Administration students in both undergraduate and graduate-level programs. The visits represent two of the most valuable assets that alumni can share with their alma mater: time and talent.

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Business Competition Offers Unique Experience for Undergraduate Students


This spring, the second annual Business Plan Competition brought students and industry professionals together for an unmatched, hands-on lesson in the art of entrepreneurship. The competition, organized and led by College of Business Administration (CBA) faculty member Tom Graves, was open to all undergraduate students at UT Knoxville.

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Alumni Spotlight

Randall Beard

Randall Beard

The College of Business Administration is fortunate to have a lengthy list of successful alumni and friends who stand out in their industries. However, those that stand out among our alumni are the men and women who have not only been successful in their careers, but also have chosen to share their experiences with future business leaders—our students.

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Faculty Spotlight

Dick Reizenstein

Richard C. Reizenstein

This spring, the College of Business Administration will celebrate the retirement of one of its most loyal faculty members, Richard C. Reizenstein.  Reizenstein, known by friend and colleagues as Dick, is an associate professor of marketing in the Department of Marketing and Logistics and the director of the college’s Executive-in-Residence program.

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Student Spotlight

Megan Bethmann

Megan Bethmann

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Business Administration is fortunate to count many of the university’s best and brightest among its students. One of them is Megan Bethmann, who will soon graduate from the Master of Accountancy program.

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