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.
Andy White had a twenty-year career as an Air Force officer before retiring as a lieutenant colonel in 2007 and returning to his alma mater, where he is now director of the Aerospace and Defense Business Institute in the Haslam College of Business. In many ways, he’s followed in the footsteps of his dad, UT
A four-star Navy admiral with Tennessee roots spoke to a gathering of students, faculty and business leaders last week about security challenges facing America and how universities support the response.
The News Sentinel recently highlighted UT’s new Aerospace and Defense Business Institute in this article (login required). The institute, based in the Haslam College of Business, will help the university better organize and build aerospace- and defense-related research, education, and training. The Maryville Daily Times also featured the institute in this article.
The Haslam College of Business, in partnership with the UT Office of Research and Engagement, has launched a new institute to better organize and build aerospace- and defense-related research, education, and training.
Leaders from the Haslam College of Business were part of a featured panel discussion at the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Science and Technology Forum and Exposition this week.
Governor Bill Haslam has appointed a UT director to a new committee that will advise him on how to support aerospace and defense employers in Tennessee and ways to attract new businesses. Andy White, director of the university’s Aerospace and Defense Executive Master of Business Administration program, is one of ten members on the Tennessee
As the mystery deepens with Malaysia Flight 370, Andy White, director of the UT Aerospace and Defense MBA program, says the situation is very similar to an incident he remembers from his time in the military. White’s story was featured in several local media outlets this week, including: WATE-TV Channel 6: UT Employee Says Missing Malaysia
After twenty-five years of military service—including multiple tours of duty to Afghanistan and Iraq, playing a role in the Jessica Lynch rescue, and receiving the Distinguished Flying Cross for heroism—Troy Boonstra is ready to mark another milestone: his MBA. Boonstra graduates from UT’s Aerospace and Defense MBA program today.
Thirty students and faculty from the UT Aerospace and Defense Master of Business Administration program recently examined challenges and opportunities for aerospace and defense organizations in Brazil as part of a weeklong international study trip. Brazil is the sixth largest economy in the world.
Andy White, director of the Aerospace and Defense (A&D) M.B.A. program at UT, recently spoke with US News about how business schools are training defense executives who can help the military operate more efficiently. Read the story here.
For Patrick Charles Rogers, 42, a student in UT’s executive aerospace and defense MBA program, serving in the military is a family tradition. His ancestors served in the Revolutionary War, World War I, World War II, and Vietnam. Rogers has served in Operation Desert Shield, Stabilization Force Bosnia, and Operation Iraq Freedom.