Campus & Community
Founded in 2003, the Intellectual Entrepreneurship program assists University of Texas at Austin students in exploring graduate programs.
For more than two decades, the Business Foundations Program has been providing students from across the 40 Acres with an education in the fundamentals of business.
Herb Kelleher, former co-founder, chairman and CEO of Southwest Airlines, was the 2004 BBA Commencement speaker at McCombs. Ten years later, we revisit his entertaining and insightful remarks on leadership.
Thomas Horton, former American Airlines CEO, dished out invaluable business advice to students as part of the VIP Distinguished Speaker Series.
On March 3, Michael Dell appeared at UT Entrepreneurship Week to talk about the "personal decision" to launch Dell Computers and why he's glad to be in Austin.
Rod Canion, founder of Compaq Computer, talked about the origins of the company — and showed off a microwave-sized "portable computer — during UT Entrepreneurship Week.
In an appearance at the VIP Distinguished Speaker Series, Ravi Saligram, former president and CEO of OfficeMax, shared his thoughts on the importance of courage and ethics.