Graduate entrepreneurship at McCombs continues to be one of the best programs in the nation, according to the Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine.
Between the fall 2013 and spring 2014 "Austin A-Lists," nine of the 24 hottest startups identified were either founded by McCombs alumni, launched from the school's Texas Venture Labs, or participated in the Texas Venture Labs Investment Competition.
Founded in 2003, the Intellectual Entrepreneurship program assists University of Texas at Austin students in exploring graduate programs.
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.
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.