A newly formed alliance of organizations from sixteen East Tennessee counties, led by the University of Tennessee Anderson Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, will host a meeting Thursday, December 15, for budding entrepreneurs, mentors, and investors interested in creating businesses and jobs in the area.
Team Titans, a group of students from UT’s Department of Accounting and Information Management needs your votes in the highly competitive 2010 American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Accounting Competition.
Joseph Carcello, the Ernst & Young and Business Alumni Professor in UT’s College of Business Administration’s Department of Accounting and Information Management and the director of research for UT’s Corporate Governance Center, was reappointed for a third term to the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board’s Standing Advisory Group.
The National Defense Business Institute in the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s College of Business Administration has published initial findings of an ongoing comprehensive analysis of the health of the aerospace and defense industry.
The College of Business Administration at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, has honored alumnus Mike Masters, founder of Masters Capital Management, with the naming of the Masters Investment Learning Center. The center promotes interactive education and forges partnerships that enhance financial literacy.
The worst is over, but better times are still a few years away. That’s the mixed economic forecast as described in “The Tennessee Business and Economic Outlook: Fall 2010,” a report just issued by the Center for Business and Economic Research at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Do you have a great idea but need guidance transforming that idea into a business? Several experts within the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, are teaming up with other local leaders to put on the Entrepreneurial Imperative 2010, a two-day conference on Oct. 26-27 that will feature workshops covering every aspect of how to start and run a business in East Tennessee.
The Tennessee Education Lottery Scholarship programs are healthier than previously thought. That is the conclusion of a report recently released by the Center for Business and Economic Research at UT Knoxville.
East Tennessee native Roy Harmon remembers how challenging it was to finance his undergraduate education at UT Knoxville. That was his incentive in establishing the Roy L. Harmon Jr. Endowed Accounting Scholarship in the College of Business Administration, to be awarded annually to a deserving undergraduate or graduate student majoring in accounting.
The Center for Executive Education in the College of Business Administration is making several key personnel changes.