McCombs Press Releases
Much has happened since the last issue of the TEMBA Gazette. Most notably, perhaps, was the Class of 2011's trip to Beijing.
Former President Bill Clinton spoke at a sustainability conference in San Antonio last week. Other Big 12 and UT System schools were there, eager to hear his tips on making operations more eco-friendly. But guess whom he showed support for?
Economists in the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia's "Survey of Professional Forecasters" have been predicting a slow and steady recovery over the next couple of years, which is unusual for an economy coming out of such a deep recession.
A recipe for the perfect business school graduation speech calls for reflection on the past, contemplation of the future, and a pinch of nostalgia, all delivered by a speaker who motivates and inspires graduates with a compelling personal story and informed insights.
In an auditorium of the University of Texas' West Pickle Research Building on Tuesday , about 650 miles from the site of an oil spill endangering coastal shores on the Gulf of Mexico, some of the university's petroleum engineering, public policy and legal scholars convened to talk about the implications of the spill.
Daniel Laufer, MBA ’94, Ph.D. ’02, was a keynote speaker at the invitation of the Israeli Ambassador to Ireland.
"These are our future leaders; the managers and entrepreneurs who will work to address society's basic needs and solve some of its most pressing problems. Mr. President, ladies and gentlemen, what starts at the McCombs School of Business builds the world."