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UT’s Master Builder

UT’S Master Builder, Pat ClubbRowling Hall continues to take shape. The gleaming five-story structure will house the graduate business programs when it opens in spring 2018. While the McCombs School of Business looks to the future with a new building, we can thank Pat L. Clubb, Political Science Ph.D. '85, MBA '96, who got construction underway before she retired in 2016 from her role as The University of Texas at Austin's vice president for operations. During her 16 years leading the capital construction program at UT, she oversaw the construction of 34 buildings, initiated the Landmarks public art program, and implemented two campus master plans, notably championing the building of the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center. The addition of Rowling next door will expand the business school's footprint at the southwest corner of campus. "It will be an important asset for McCombs to have that entire complex," says Clubb, who leaves the campus with the distinction of overseeing one of the largest periods of growth in university history. "It has been a wonderful privilege to be at UT."

From the spring 2017 issue of McCOMBS, the magazine for alumni and friends of the McCombs School of Business.

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