Business Experts

Stefanie Benjamin

Stefanie Benjamin

Assistant Professor

Stefanie Benjamin specializes in film-tourism research, social-cultural issues of tourism, and sustainable tourism, and facilitates improvisational games to help improve communication, creativity, and listening skills.


Matt Harris

Assistant Professor of Economics, Research Assistant Professor for Boyd Center for Business and Economic Research

Matthew Harris conducts demographic forecasting for the Boyd Center for Business and Economic Research and conducts research related on the demand for health care, and how labor economics and health economics intersect.


Andy White

Director of Aerospace and Defense Business Institute

Andy White is the director of the Aerospace and Defense Business Institute in UT’s Haslam College of Business.


Mark Burton

Director of Transportation Economics, Research Associate Professor

Mark Burton is the director of transportation economics at UT’s Center for Transportation Research. He researches transportation planning for the Tennessee Department of Transportation, including evaluation of surface and air freight transportation facilities and operations throughout the state.


Larry Bray

Research Professor

Larry Bray is a research professor of economics with expertise in economic development models, inland waterways, and lock and dam infrastructure.


H. Lee Martin

Professor of Practice

Lee Martin is an expert in entrepreneurship, particularly as it applies to technology and trends in that field, and virtual reality.


Timothy Munyon

Assistant Professor of Management

Timothy Munyon is an assistant professor of management whose research focuses on improving employee performance and reducing dysfunctional turnover.


Ted Stank

Bruce Chair of Excellence in Business

Ted Stank’s research focuses on global supply chain issues and strategic implications of supply chain performance.


Shay Scott

Managing Director of the Global Supply Chain Institute

Shay Scott is managing director of the Global Supply Chain Institute and serves on the faculty of the department of marketing and supply chain management.


Mary Holcomb

Gerald T. Niedert Supply Chain Fellow, Center for Transportation Faculty Fellow

Mary Holcomb’s research interests focus on two related areas of strategic logistics and supply chain management: process design and metrics. Her work has appeared in the Journal of Business Logistics, Transportation Journal, and Supply Chain Management Review.