A Social Innovation Boot Camp brought together students from McCombs and across the country to help them develop their venture projects and look at social innovation with new eyes.
In a Knowledge to Go Webinar hosted in December Professor John Butler described the importance of innovation for businesses, and how the concept has played a role in pivotal American companies.
Ingrid Vanderveldt, MBA '96, aims to help the company connect with medium and small businesses. Check out her video interview with MSTC Director Gary Cadenhead, on technology and entrepreneurship.
A new class called 1 Semester Startup allows students to form teams and create their own startup company, with input from faculty and seasoned industry mentors.
Assistant Professor of Management Rory McDonald studies how firms compete in new markets and examines both stalwarts and startups in his classes.
Michael Heyne and Dominik Stein have started a döner kebap business in Austin, including two restaurants and what they are calling "the world's smallest food truck."