Surveying and Mapping Science Program has enjoyed considerable growth in recent years—a trend that bodes well for ETSU graduates and the region as the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects the employment of surveyors to grow 11% through 2026.
The Center for the Study of Finance, under the leadership of Kevin Kilgore and Dr. Bill Trainor, will endeavor to be a leader and promoter for the College of Business & Technology as a “real-world business educator” among students, faculty, financial institutions, and local businesses.
The College inducted four people into its Hall of Fame at an awards ceremony earlier this month. The college presented awards in three categories: Horizon, Faculty Lifetime Achievement and Lifetime Achievement Awards, honoring inductees who have earned noteworthy achievements in business, technology and community service.
Intelligent.com, a longtime resource for program ranking and educational planning, has ranked our Digital Marketing Master's degree as one of the top programs in the country. The program was ranked as the No. 7 Top online master’s degree in Digital Marketing.
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Milhorn is a native of Tennessee who earned his B.S. in Economics from ETSU where
he graduated summa cum laude in 1994 and is a member of the Business & Technology
Hall of Fame. The Conference of State Bank Supervisors’ Board of Directors announced
the appointment of Brandon Milhorn, currently deputy to FDIC Vice Chairman Travis
Hill and previously chief operating officer, chief of staff and deputy to FDIC Chairman
Jelena McWilliams, as its next president and CEO.
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