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The University of Tennessee Research Foundation is seeking nominations for the B. Otto and Kathleen Wheeley Award that is given to UT faculty members who excel in the commercialization of university-based research results.
Three organizations have banded together to organize a unique six-day entrepreneurial experience later this summer for 80 high school students from Knox County. The event, called the “Empowered Teen Entrepreneurial Camp,” is set for July 29 through August 3 at the University of Tennessee’s Knoxville campus (UTK). Deadline for Knox
April 27 is the deadline to apply for a new University of Tennessee at Chattanooga free program that aims to teach military veterans how to start a successful business.
The Director of the Center for Clean Products wants to make toys healthier, safer, and more environmentally-friendly.
I was reminded again and again last week just how important this area is to the creation and commercialization of technologies to drive our local, regional and national economies. Since joining Pershing Yoakley & Associates in January, I have visited companies that I did not even know existed – from
A passion for staying active while also helping inspire college students to become entrepreneurs keeps the University of Tennessee’s Tom Graves excited and engaged in an endeavor that he did not expect when he and his wife moved to Knoxville about seven years ago. Graves, whose official title is Director
Jake Baron, a recent winner of the “Boyd Venture Fund” was featured earlier this week in a Knoxville News Sentinel story.
After the name on his business card, George Kabalka’s title could be professor, researcher, innovator, distinguished chair holder, outstanding teacher, PhD, among others. “Professor,” he says. “I enjoy teaching and creating new science, so professor works just fine.” And under that broad umbrella, all of the above mentioned titles fit.
Alex Miller and Lynn Youngs believe that “a great university is one that solves pressing, real world problems.” They are aggressively implementing this philosophy at the Anderson Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation in the University of Tennessee’s (UT) College of Business Administration. Miller, who is Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives,
A group of researchers at the University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine in Knoxville has created technology that provides non-invasive detection of amyloidosis, a disease known to occur in Type 2 diabetes, myeloma, rheumatoid arthritis, Alzheimer’s and other fatal or debilitating diseases.