McCombs Press Releases
McCombs has quite a few alumni to be proud of. This installment of the Bragging Rights series recognizes the recent career achievements of many of our graduates, in not only business, but also in the fields of law, philanthropy, and music.
After selling their app, RideScout co-founders Craig Cummings and Joseph Kopser created a scholarship to help veteran entrepreneurs.
As the semester starts up, we provide students with a little motivation by reminding them of some outstanding accomplishments achieved by their peers over recent months.
This week we are celebrating recent awards and recognitions received by a few of our many outstanding alumni.
Last month, three students from the McCombs School of Business won the Michigan Undergraduate Investment Conference, the largest and most prestigious stock pitch competition in the nation.
First-year McCombs Ph.D. candidates Natalie Henninger and Nandini Ramani are among the 15 graduate students from across the university who were selected for the prestigious Donald D. Harrington Fellows Program.
The Bragging Rights series provides short recaps of the impressive accomplishments happening around McCombs. This week, we are proud to be featuring some noteworthy faculty awards and recognitions.
This year's Outstanding Young Texas Exes include two business school alumni: a former baseball player turned financial whiz turned geopolitical intelligence firm executive and a philanthropist, venture capitalist, and health care finance lawyer.