It's been a busy semester and you've been focused on achievement 24/7. So now you have a bit of a break, take a moment to appreciate the amazing things accomplished by undergraduate students, faculty and staff members at the McCombs School.
It was a busy semester, as usual, for Texas MBAs. Student blogs were a welcome addition this year. Their entries offer insight, humor and recollections of life at McCombs. Check out their posts for personal takes on the past year, and revisit even more highlights below.
Download the commencement video (Available until Feburary 1, 2010. Right click and choose “Save Target As”) MP4 file WMV file More than 200 BBA and MPA students marked the end of their college careers Sunday, Dec. 7 at McCombs' fall commencement ceremony.
We invite you to join us on February 19th and 20th, 2010 as the BHP celebrates its 50th anniversary. There will be a variety of events to celebrate the occasion, including distinguished speakers and opportunities for alumni to network with friends and colleagues.
Several local businessmen are betting that renewable energy has a bright future, particularly in West Texas. Republic Power Partners LP and the West Texas Municipal Power Agency are raising money to finance a project that would sell alternative energy generated in West Texas, said John Crew.
The Tuition Policy Advisory Committee (TPAC) at The University of Texas at Austin has recommended to President William Powers Jr. a tuition increase of 3.95 percent per year for the 2010-11 and 2011-12 academic years.
The Austin Technology Incubator (ATI) and Moot Corp have a unique relationship which has resulted in a string of successful launches of companies such as Big Foot Networks, Qcue and eVapt.
"Risk is real. The reason Michael Dell is worth $40 billion is there are 40 billion other people who wanted to do what he did and couldn't." The conversation was lively and opinionated at last week's Sports, Entertainment & Media Association (SEMA) Conference at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center.
James Mulva, CEO and Chairman of ConocoPhillips, was the guest of former McCombs Dean George Gau at the McCombs Leadership Forum on Oct. 8.