Jonathan Harvey recently joined the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Haslam College of Business as executive director of the leadership division in graduate and executive education. “I am excited to be joining the team at Haslam and contributing across our range of programs to both broaden and deepen the leadership impact of our programs,” Harvey said.
Two faculty members at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Haslam College of Business were recently appointed to professorships in the fields of marketing and banking. Stephanie Noble, professor in the Department of Marketing & Supply Chain Management, received the Proffitt’s Professorship in Marketing. Eric Kelley, associate professor in the Department of Finance, was named to the Goodner Professorship in Banking.
Sam Adkisson, who graduated from the College of Architecture and Design in 2013, has secured a Gensler Post, became a registered architect, and was accepted to Harvard in four years, a stunning achievement for a new graduate.
Crossville, Inc. presented travel awards to four fourth-year students, Polly Ann Blackwell, Mary Morgan Smith, Susan Stewart and Andrianna Thompson, to fund their participation in the 49th annual NeoCon, a huge professional convention that showcases cutting-edge trends and ideas in the commercial design industry.