John Hubbard, senior vice president and worldwide head of development operations for Pfizer, Inc., was this year’s commencement speaker for the College of Arts and Sciences. In his address to the graduates, Hubbard shared how his time at UT helped foster future big ideas.
Seven budding businesses got a financial boost this spring thanks to the university’s fifth annual Business Plan Competition. They were chosen out of a group of twenty-four business plans that competed for $25,000 in donated prize money and services in a contest sponsored by the Anderson Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation in the College of
Technology developed over decades at UT’s Forensic Anthropology Center that gained nationwide attention during the Casey Anthony trial could soon be in the hands of law enforcement all over the world.
William Fox, director of the Center for Business and Economic Research, co-authored a study on behalf of the Motion Picture Association of America about the economic benefits of film production tax incentives for states and analyzed the most effective framework for evaluating the economic success of film incentive programs. WKRN-TV Nashville highlighted the work in this