The Department of Management at the University of Tennessee is pleased to host the annual Mid-Atlantic Strategy Colloquium (MASC) in Knoxville, Tennessee. MASC is anexciting conference dedicated to furthering research in the field of strategic management and is hosted by different universities in the Mid-Atlantic region. The concept is simple and compelling: a casual, low-key yet energizing, research-focused, developmentally -oriented meeting of strategy scholars toadvance our collective scholarship and to build a stronger community of strategy scholars in the region.
Frank Rothaemel (Georgia Tech) is confirmed to provide a keynote talk on “The Intersection of Strategy, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship Research”.
An integral part of this conference is a doctoral student workshop, which will be held Saturday afternoon. The workshop focuses on developing research competence of participating doctoral students.
Early confirmed faculty for the Doctoral Workshop include Russell Crook (Tennessee), Sam DeMarie (Iowa State); Bernadine Dykes (Delaware), Brian McCann (Vanderbilt), John Prescott (Pittsburgh), Rhonda Reger (Tennessee), and Anne Smith (Tennessee).
We hope you will join us for what promises to be a rewarding conference.
Welcome to the Department of Management at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Our department is part of a large and dynamic business school that attracts faculty and students from all over the world.
Our faculty is nationally recognized not only for their scholarly work, but also for their extensive industry and consulting experience. We offer a full range of undergraduate and graduate degree programs and collaterals with course offerings in global entrepreneurship, human resource management, international business, organizational behavior and theory, and strategic management.
Management courses are taught primarily in the Haslam Business Building using classrooms that are equipped with cutting-edge technology. Graduates of our bachelors and masters programs have gone on to rewarding careers in a variety of private and public-sector organizations, and graduates of our Ph.D. program are working in both academia and industry.
So if you are thinking about enrolling in a management undergraduate or graduate program, we invite you to learn more about what we have to offer.
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The Department of Management~ 408 Stokeley Management Center~ Knoxville, TN ~ 37996 - 0545
Phone: 865-974-3161 ~ Fax: 865-974-2048 ~ Email: Mgt@utk.edu
Knoxville, Tennessee 37996 | 865-974-1000
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