A student team took home the win, $5,000, and a spring break trip to London from the EY Beam Abroad Case Competition in Dallas.
MBAs and a diverse group of undergraduate students gathered at The McCombs School of Business on Nov. 20 for the inaugural UT co-founder dating event.
An ice cream shop owner, a lawyer, a techie, and a bookstore founder walk into a room. The result? A compelling discussion between some of Austin's leading entrepreneurs about the city's startup scene.
The Jim Nolen Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching, established with the support of alumni, will be presented to deserving faculty starting in the fall of 2014.
The Texas MBA for Working Professional Programs will soon offer revised courses, electronic textbooks, non-traditional learning methods, and a more robust, trimmed down program length.
Sweet Leaf Tea founder Clayton Christopher brought his likable humility, down-to-earth sense of humor, and some Deep Eddy Vodka swag to the Kelleher Center for Entrepreneurship on Nov. 12.
For the first time, McCombs cracked Bloomberg Businessweek's ranking of the top-20 executive education programs, landing at No. 15 worldwide for custom programs, and 7th among U.S. universities.
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