Alex Miller, William B. Stokely Chair in Management, has led students in awarding a total of $130,000 to 24 organizations since launching the ‘Learning through Giving’ course in 2016.
Foundations mostly give money away in the form of grants. But there’s also a way for them to make a kind of loan that can stretch their charitable dollars.
An increase in residents and a strong labor market are among the reasons Tennessee is less likely to experience a recession.
Qiusheng Wu will work with Amazon to solve large-scale high-impact technical challenges related to geospatial data science, machine learning and mapping.
A mobile app to scan perishable foods, a dual-functioning automotive window tint, and a straw that detects drink tampering swept the podium at the fall 2022 Vol Court.
The only research-focused ranking of entrepreneurial programs ranks UT seventh in the world for entrepreneurship research productivity.
Views on inflation are beginning to soften as many state business leaders believe Tennessee’s economy is on a much better trajectory than the nation’s.
Ethereum, one of the world’s largest blockchains and host of decentralized finance, NFTs and billions of dollars’ worth ofcryptocurrency, is poised to dramatically reduce its energy consumption.
The Haslam College of Business’s graduate supply chain programs are recognized as the top ranked programs in North America.
Six businesses by eight students were awarded a total of $20,000 in funding. The competition split the funding into two categories based on the startups’ scalability.
Ballings will work with Amazon in applying research methods to complex technical challenges.
Tennessee could grow by nearly a million people over the next 20 years to reach a total population of 7.87 million by 2040.