The Rollins donated $40 million to the UTC College of Business, the largest donation in school history.
For six years, UTC’s College of Business has asked its students to pretend.
Regional executive and senior officer of the Nashville Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Lee Jones, will give a presentation on the state of the economy in the region and in the U.S.
Ryan Ward got back from California a couple of weeks ago. It wasn’t a pleasure trip to Disneyland or Hollywood. He was crunching numbers, digging through spreadsheets, consulting financial records. His trip to the West Coast came as a result of an internship Ward landed through the Joseph F. Decosimo Success Center in the UTC College of Business.
Students from Europe will be back at UTC this summer, studying at the College of Business and getting involved in the local community.
Piano-pounder Jason D. Williams and soft’n’smooth Yacht Rock Revue play American Dream Concert.
UTC kicks off year with enrollment growth, record freshman profile, and national recognition in U.S. News and World Report’s annual college rankings.
Last week, 22 students representing 15 European countries landed in Chattanooga to launch their studies and broaden their knowledge of social entrepreneurship.
UTC College of Business graduate Max Fuller was recently named one of the first 100 Influential Leaders by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB). Fuller is founder and CEO of Chattanooga-based U.S. Xpress.
U.S. Senator Bob Corker presented the inaugural event in the UTC College of Business Leadership Speaker Series on Monday, February 29. Sen. Corker spoke to a group of faculty, staff and students about the importance of preparation and service.