The Wall Street Journal recently interviewed accounting professor Joseph Carcello for a story about accounting firm BDO USA LLP and
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A team of College of Business Administration students competing in the 2013 TVA Investment Challenge outperformed the market and earned almost $6,000 for its successful performance. The team’s portfolio provided a return of 39.5 percent, above the 32.4 percent return generated by the S&P 500.
Business professionals interested in earning their Master of Business Administration degree while continuing to work are invited to learn about UT’s Professional MBA program on Saturday, April 5.
One of the fastest growing graduate programs at UT has again risen in the 2015 U.S. News and World Report graduate rankings released today. UT’s graduate program in nuclear engineering now ranks fifth among all universities in the nation. The supply chain management and logistics graduate program held steady at seventh place among public universities and eleventh place nationally, the same as last year.
For the seventh consecutive semester, the Boyd Venture Fund is soliciting applications from student-owned companies interested in securing a grant to help grow their businesses. The deadline for application submissions is Monday, March 24. The UT Anderson Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation administers the fund. All UT students, regardless of academic discipline or degree program (doctoral, master’s, or undergraduate) are eligible to apply.
The College of Business Administration is offering a new manufacturing leadership program to develop effective and successful site leaders in Bradley County.
A UT center with a national reputation for its work in corporate governance has been named for its founder, former business dean C. Warren Neel. The UT Board of Trustees approved the naming of the C. Warren Neel Corporate Governance Center during its winter meeting at UT Martin. Neel served as dean of the College of Business Administration for twenty-five years.
A group of students will build a giant cardboard box fort on Friday, February 21, in an effort to educate their peers about how the $17 trillion national debt is affecting them. The transformation of at least 5,000 cardboard boxes into the Power T begins at 8:00 a.m. near the Pedestrian Mall. The fort will be six feet tall and about 100 feet long.
UT’s College of Business Administration is hosting a Graduate Business Programs Open House for prospective students on Monday, February 24. The 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. event will be in the Haslam Business Building. Prospective students will have the opportunity to speak with administrators and current students from a variety of programs.
Get to know Harold Roth and Wenjun Zhou, two College of Business Administration faculty members—one here less than three years and one here thirty-three years—who love watching their students grasp difficult concepts.