Thanks to a $2 million donation from Susan and Kenneth Jastrow, the cafe at Rowling Hall is funded and has an Austin-flavored name developed by student Mackswell Dickson.
Following their $1.95 million gift, the accelerator space in Robert B. Rowling Hall will be named the Jon and Rebecca Brumley Business Accelerator.
With the new Business Foundations Program Online, an unlimited numbers of students will ultimately be able to learn the core concepts and fundamentals of private enterprise.
A ribbon cutting ceremony on Sept. 18 marked the opening of the Deloitte Foundation Classroom, part of the larger active learning classrooms suite at the McCombs School of Business.
As The University of Texas at Austin celebrates the achievement of $3.1 billion raised in the Campaign for Texas, the entire McCombs community has much to be proud of, with $280 million donated in eight years.
On June 13, GVLIC winner Innoblative Designs and a group from the McCombs School of Business rang the Nasdaq closing bell.
Approximately 1,100 McCombs School of Business students are ready for life beyond the 40 Acres. To celebrate, we hosted five commencement ceremonies over the course of two days. If you weren't able attend, here's what you missed, as captured on social media.