A new space entrepreneurship degree program, part of the Master of Science in Technology Commercialization program, is the first of its kind in the country.
Students who enroll in Ty Henderson's Analysis of Markets class get a crash course in using Excel spreadsheets to address real-world business challenges.
For Anne Alexander, the Forty Acres scholarship was more than just a paycheck — it gave her the experience of a lifetime.
Jack Fraker's decades of real estate industry experience are now available to students at the McCombs School of Business.
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.