College of Business Annual Events
UTC CEO Club's 3rd Annual Elevator Pitch Contest
Round 1: Sept. 17 at 5 p.m. in Fletcher Hall Room 100
Think you have a great idea for a business? If so, the UTC College of Business CEO Club challenges you to present that idea for a chance to win prize money and a trip to the national CEO Pitch Competition in Orlando, Florida. The competition is open to any UTC student. Fill out the online application now and get ready to make your best pitch!
The future of big data and analytics in various fields of science, technology and business is expected to see phenomenal growth. The SHARP 2014 Conference seeks to identify opportunities, understand the mechanisms that can contribute to the field of applied analytics, and create an integrated, innovative path for the future.
The Hall of Fame honors Chattanooga entrepreneurs that represent both the early foundations of entrepreneurship in the region, as well as, current area entrepreneurs. Each year, over 250 community leaders faculty and students come together at a dinner to honor the current group of Hall of Fame inductees.
The Forum promotes dialogue and interaction between students, faculty and entrepreneurs by bringing entrepreneurs from the community on campus to engage with students of the COB.
The purpose of the Chambliss Student Recognition Ceremony is to recognize the College’s top business students and bring them together with their families, faculty and business leaders at a special annual event.
Sponsored by the Galtere Institute: Finance for the Future Initiative, the Symposium will provide a venue for leading academic researchers, as well as practitioners to present and discuss cutting-edge ideas in the behavioral finance area.
The Accounting and Finance Lecture Series brings outstanding individuals in the areas of accounting and finance to the College and, at the same time, provides a basis for the enrichment of and mutual cooperation between participating groups.
The Burkett Miller Distinguished Lecture Series brings internationally recognized scholars, practitioners, and thinkers to UTC to speak on topics critical to an understanding of the market economy. The series is organized and supported by the Probasco Chair for the benefit of the University, business community, area schools, and the general public.
Corporate Connections is a lunch series designed to bring UTC's top business students and local firms together and provides for a candid and interactive dialogue between the two groups. These luncheons allow students to learn about area business/ industry and introduce companies to viable UTC COB candidates for future employment.
Meet the Firms
Hosted by Beta Alpha Psi, Meet the Firms provides students with an opportunity to network with accounting professionals.