Russell Crook, professor of management in UT’s Haslam College of Business, was named to the newly endowed First Tennessee Foundation Professorship during a reception earlier this month.
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Graduate education at UT earned high marks in the new U.S. News and World Report rankings, with programs in business, law, engineering, information sciences, nursing, and education listed among the best in the nation.
UT’s undergraduate business program is 13th in the nation among public universities, according to rankings released today by Poets&Quants. The Haslam College of Business ranked 32nd among all institutions and 10th in quality of educational experience. “To be so highly ranked among business schools is an honor, and to be in the country’s top 10 based on alumni satisfaction demonstrates the efficacy of the education we provide,” said Steve Mangum, dean and Stokely Foundation Leadership Chair.
The Haslam College of Business will recognize veterans and active service members at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, November 10, in the college’s atrium. The event falls on the birthday of the United States Marine Corps and features retired Marine Col. Kenneth Dunn as the keynote speaker.
Increases in graduation rates, alumni giving, and the quality of students helped UT gain ground among all public universities in the 2017 U.S. News and World Report undergraduate rankings. UT climbed one spot over last year to 46th among all public universities and held at 103rd among all public and private universities on the list in the rankings released today.
UT and IBM have announced a new computational lab and education initiative devoted to analytics that will enable the university to store large amounts of unstructured data in a security-rich environment while providing students and researchers the processing systems necessary to analyze it.
UT’s graduate programs in supply chain management are ranked second in the nation, according to “Survey Analysis: Top 25 North American Supply Chain Graduate University Programs,” a report issued July 14 by Gartner, a leading industry research company.
Efforts to recruit and select the next chancellor of UT’s flagship campus kicked off Monday, July 18.
Stephen L. Mangum, dean of the Haslam College of Business, will participate in the US Department of Defense’s oldest and most prestigious orientation program for America’s top business and community leaders.
UT’s Haslam College of Business has the third most prestigious undergraduate supply program in the nation, according to Gartner, a leading industry research company.