Two UT student start-up companies are one step closer to success after taking prizes at the Vol Court Pitch Competition Tuesday. Aeron Glover, a junior in industrial engineering, and Kaliv Parker, a sophomore in business, with howstheliving.com came in first. Jake Baron, a senior in accounting, took second with Turtlebak.
Leah Wilkerson has a passion for military life and interacting with individuals with disabilities. A junior at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, her goal is to combine these two interests to make a fruitful career.
The University of Tennessee Police Department has announced Lt. Emily Simerly as its new public information officer. In this new role, Simerly will serve as the point of contact for inquiries made to UTPD.
The SunTrust Foundation has gifted $25,000 to the College of Business Administration Finance Department Enrichment Fund at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. “The SunTrust Foundation has been a long-time and an extremely valued partner of the college and the Department of Finance,” said Jim Wansley, Clayton Homes Chair of Excellence and head of UT’s Department
“Howard H. Baker, Jr.: A Life in Public Service,” a conference examining the career of the senator, will bring together noted scholars and journalists from around the country on Nov. 16-17 in the Toyota Auditorium of the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy on the campus of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.