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How to Prepare for an Online Job Interview

How to Prepare for an Online Job Interview With the development of technology, along with the pandemic, it’s oftentimes more cost-effective, convenient, and safe for employers to perform online job interviews. Online interviews speed up the interview process, reduce transportation costs, and allow companies to interview candidates not local to the area. If you’re looking for a job, you may be asked to participate in a virtual interview. This guide will help you learn

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Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy drops in on marketing class after professor’s successful Twitter campaign

Social media can be an effective tool to persuade, educate, and spur people to action. Marketing Professor Ryan Russell recently demonstrated that power to his students by using Twitter to persuade Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy to drop by a class via Zoom. Catch the full video here.  It began when Russell asked his students who they would most want to hear as a guest speaker. “Dave Portnoy of

Senior John Crain successfully balances school and military service while gaining real-world business experience

In just four years, John Crain has amassed an impressive amount of real world experience. John, a senior Human Resources major, has taken advantage of numerous opportunities through UTC’s Gary W. Rollins College of Business including a Human Resources internship with Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), one of Chattanooga’s largest employers. “The last 4 years have been amazing,” John said. “I have grown as a student, as a man, and

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A New Normal: How Remote Work is Becoming More Popular Among College Students and Recent College Graduates

Remote work is becoming more popular for college students while they are earning their degree and after graduation. This change was imminent, but fast-tracked by a global pandemic that forced our workforce to adapt. So why is it growing in popularity? Employers are offering more remote opportunities Chattanooga, Tennessee, is home to some of the fastest internet in the world and was recently named the #1 Best Work-from-Home City

Sandra Cordell, Director of the Veterans Entrepreneurship Program in the UTC Gary W. Rollins College of Business, awarded Quilt of Valor

Sandra Cordell, Director of the Veterans Entrepreneurship Program in the UTC Gary W. Rollins College of Business, was awarded a Quilt of Valor from the Quilts of Valor Foundation and UTC Veteran Student Services on Wednesday, January 27, 2021.  A Quilt of Valor is awarded to active duty service members and living veterans of the Armed Forces who served in the United States Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force, and

College congratulates Gary W. Rollins on being named one of the Most Admired CEOs of 2020

Gary W. Rollins, Chairman and CEO of Rollins, Inc. and naming donor of the UTC Gary W. Rollins College of Business, was honored as one of 2020’s Most Admired CEOs by the Atlanta Business Chronicle. The awards, presented virtually in December, honored Atlanta-based CEOs with a strong record of innovation, outstanding financial performance, and commitment to diversity in the workplace, who have made significant contributions to the metro community.

James A. “Jim” Frost, founder and CEO of Frost Cutlery and member of the Entrepreneurship Hall of Fame, passes away

James A. “Jim” Frost, founder and CEO of Frost Cutlery and member of the Entrepreneurship Hall of Fame in the Gary W. Rollins College of Business, passed away on January 7, 2021. Mr. Frost had a remarkable impact on the Chattanooga region’s business community. Read Mr. Frost’s Entrepreneurship Hall of Fame Biography From Mr. Frost’s Tribute via Heritage Funeral Home: Mr. Frost was born on November 13, 1941, to

Z. Lupton Patten Chair in Business Ethics Established in the UTC Gary W. Rollins College of Business

A $1 million gift from the children and grandchildren of Z. Lupton Patten will create an endowed chair in business ethics within The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga’s Gary W. Rollins College of Business. The Z. Lupton Patten Chair in Business Ethics has been endowed through the vision and dedication of the late Fontaine Patten Moore (UTC ’65, Magna Cum Laude, Alpha Society) and the generosity of her sisters,

UTC’s Veterans Entrepreneurship Program applications are open for 2021

Applications are open today for the 2021 Veterans Entrepreneurship Program (VEP) housed in UTC’s Gary W. Rollins College of Business. Now in its tenth year, the VEP offers a highly innovative immersion program built around hands-on learning, personalized interaction, and exposure to inspiring role models. Our mission is to foster the creation of successful, profitable ventures owned by veterans. A team of world-class faculty, distinguished entrepreneurs, and subject matter

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Welcome to the NEW Fletcher Hall

Renovation Project Transforms Interior and Provides a Variety of Spaces for Students This fall, students, faculty and staff in the Gary W. Rollins College of Business returned to a newly renovated Fletcher Hall. The changes made to the building were significant and included demolition and rebuilding the 1st, 3rd and 4th floors. The renovation added a number of new computer labs, updated classrooms and created new collision spaces for

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