Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn—who perform as the award-winning country music act Brooks & Dunn—will talk about entertainment law at the UT College of Law at 12:30 p.m. today. This is a lecture only; Brooks & Dunn will not perform.
UT’s executive MBA programs rank among the world’s best, according to Financial Times’ newly released international rankings. Of the 750 executive MBA programs offered internationally, 96 programs were ranked in the 2008 listing; UT is in this esteemed group.
The new building housing the University of Tennessee’s Howard H. Baker Jr. Center of Public Policy celebrates its grand opening beginning tomorrow, Friday Oct. 31. Events include a private ceremony at the building on Friday morning, a public lecture by special guest Supreme Court Justice (Ret.) Sandra Day O’Connor on Friday afternoon, and public open
UT MBA alumnus John Boll has joined the College of Business Administration’s Advisory Council to the Dean at UT Knoxville. Boll is president of G.A. Richards Group and lives in Ada, Mich. Boll’s term runs through Dec. 31, 2010.
The Personalized Benefits Statement mailed to UT employees this time of year gives a concise overview of your total employment package, including information on such important topics as optional and provided benefits, retirement, insurance, annual leave and sick leave. Go online for help understanding how to read this document, or contact Benefits and Retirement at