The UTC College of Business (COB) is featured for the 9th consecutive year in its summertime business issue. The newly released 16-page spread reveals COB stories featuring the: • Trading Center • Hall of Fame • Best Business School • Entrepreneurship • International Trade • Business Bulletin Visit CityScope online and read the latest COB…
Marketing class offers Chattanooga airport fresh ideas
Open space at the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport beckons advertising opportunities, according to a group of UTC business students in Dr. Diane Halstead’s marketing class. At the invitation of airport officials, the group presented their marketing plan aimed at bringing in new revenue.
Entrepreneurship Hall of Fame celebrates 10th year
Now in its tenth year, the UTC College of Business Entrepreneurship Hall of Fame recently inducted Samuel H. Campbell, Jr., Harriet Babcock Campbell Cooper and Victor “Pete” Serodino.
Rose Decosimo selected as Beta Alpha Psi Accountant of the Year
Rose Decosimo was selected as the Beta Alpha Psi Accountant of the Year for 2008 by the Eta Kappa Chapter of Beta Alpha Psi (BAP) at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Beta Alpha Psi is a professional, international honors organization for accounting, finance, and information systems majors. Beta Alpha Psi recognizes academic excellence and…
BusinessWeek names UTC in top 100 list
In its fourth annual ranking of undergraduate business programs, BusinessWeek magazine has again named the UTC undergraduate business program among the top 100 in the nation. It is the second time the program has been included in the list.
Renée Haugerud and John H. Murphy photo gallery
Enjoy the photo gallery from the news conference and reception for donors Renée Haugerud and John H. Murphy.
Renée Haugerud and John H. Murphy recognized for major gift
Renée Haugerud and John H. Murphy were recognized for their gift of $2 million for The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. The UTC College of Business and the Mocs football program will both benefit. UTC College of Business offered transformational opportunity Major gift supports Mocs football program Renée Haugerud bio John H. Murphy bio Press…
UTC College of Business offered transformational opportunity
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga recognized donors Renée Haugerud and her husband John H. Murphy for their $1.5 million project development gift, which offers a bold, transformational opportunity for the UTC College of Business to develop The Renée Haugerud and John H. Murphy Global Finance Center.