With the start of the academic year, nine new department heads have now taken their posts.
Timothy Munyon, assistant professor of management, spoke to Main Street about how Millennials aspire to leadership roles representing a shift in attitudes in the workplace.
Anne D. Smith has been named head of the Department of Management at the Haslam College of Business. She succeeds Terry Leap, who served as head of the department for four and a half years.
A group of UT students and staff will head to Glendale, Arizona, at the end of the month to work behind the scenes at Super Bowl XLIX, one of the largest one-day sporting events in the world.
Nastaran Simarasl, a UT management doctoral candidate, is one of three finalists in the prestigious Global Development Awards and Medals Competition. The competition is sponsored by the Global Development Network, an international organization funded by the Japanese government.
Debbie Mackey, senior lecturer of management, has been selected as the 2014 National Faculty Advisor of the Year by the Society for Human Resource Management. Mackey was selected from more than sixty nominees nationwide. She is the first person from UT to win this award since its inception in 1997.
Students in the UT Management Society and faculty and staff in the Department of Management are supporting Mobile Meals in a big way this holiday season. The student organization raised $3,000 and the department contributed another $600, all of which will fund 1,058 meals for seniors in the community.
WBIR-TV interviewed Terry Leap, head of the UT Department of Management, on the topic of “transparent workplace,” where co-workers know what their colleagues make–from the person sitting next to them to the CEO. See the story here.
M. Lane Morris has been appointed the Skinner Professor in Management. The professorship was made possible by an estate gift from the late Sarah E. Skinner of Charlotte, North Carolina. Morris is a professor in the Department of Management and has served as a UT faculty member for twenty years. He is director of the
In an oversaturated job market, five UT graduate students said winning a recent human resources competition gave them a competitive edge for the future. The team—Jeffrey Arnold of Middlesboro, Kentucky; Paresh Patel of London, England; Kate Reiger of Maryville; Sarah Higgins of Knoxville; and Qi Fu of Beijing, China—won a $3,000 cash prize and a trip
A team of UT Knoxville graduate human resource management students has won a Southeast regional business plan competition sponsored by the Society for Human Resource Management. The five UT students competed against fifty students from fifteen universities.