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Aeron Glover

Industrial Engineering


Aeron Glover was an industrial engineering major and participant in the Anderson Center for Entrepreneurship.  He was named a University of Tennessee Torchbearer.

Aeron's honors thesis project is entitled, “Building Viral Ratings & Review Websites Focusing on the College Market using and HowsTheLiving. Com as Case Studies.” 

His UT experience included serving as a resident assistant, internships with Exxon-Mobil and Google, summer programs at Harvard University and Tsinghua University in Beijing, and a study abroad program in Spain. Aeron also developed an online business for which he and his business partner were recognized with first-place honors in three local and national entrepreneurship competitions and with a total of nearly $60,000 in awards.

Aeron, along with his business partner Kaliv’ Parker, received $25,000 in seed money for their website from Movers and Changers, a national business competition sponsored by the New York Stock Exchange and mtvU.  Aeron served as president of the Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization and hopes to help the Redeeming Hope Ministries project by securing funding from outside sources.

Aeron is now a Program Manager at Google and lives in New York City with his wife, Amber.