For the first time, the Office of Community Engagement and Outreach offered mini grants for projects and activities that develop, […]
Under the direction on Tyvi Small, the Office of Diversity and Community Relations in the Haslam College of Business leads […]
Students in Julie Ferrara’s upper-level business analytics course, Search Engine Marketing, spent the fall semester using Google Ad Words for […]
Many UT employees serve on nonprofit boards. It is rewarding work that makes a real difference in our community. If […]
Grants for Clean Water Initiatives Woodard & Curran Foundation’s 2016 giving strategy is focused on a resource basic to […]
Every first-year, full-time student in the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Masters of Business Administration program is required to complete a service-learning course in partnership with a local, non-profit organization. Students apply their problem-solving skills in tandem with these organizations to improve deployment of scarce resources. Teams of four to five MBA students are assigned to each nonprofit client, along with a faculty member. Each team presents a detailed final report at the end of the seven-week engagement. This program is an outgrowth of work that UT MBA students have been doing with local nonprofits since 2004, and involves two full-time faculty, five to eight part-time faculty, and approximately 70 students every year.
Only a handful of students were able to enroll in the original Innovation in Practice elective, a popular course taught by Glenn Swift and Pat Richardson. That changed in 2011. Love a good story? You can read one right here.
Project GRAD’s Summer Institute enhances urban high school students’ academic skills in preparation for demanding college level courses, and exposes them to career paths they may pursue through post-secondary education. In the most recent year, the Institute involved 11 graduate teaching assistants, eight faculty members from multiple disciplines, six educators representing three different school districts, 145 high school students, and 12 pre-college mentors.
“Prospective partners want to know how much we care before they care how much we know,” said Tyvi Small, Director […]
The Mission The Business Education for Talented Students (BETS) program is a one-week residential curriculum designed to introduce high school […]