Jay Lu, MBA '15, is on a mission to accomplish three things while studying at McCombs. He's already met dozens of alums and landed a job. The only thing left: cycle across the United States.
McCombs takes its highest domestic rank ever while earning a slew of high marks for salary, career services, and doctoral production in this global MBA ranking.
As the semester starts up, we provide students with a little motivation by reminding them of some outstanding accomplishments achieved by their peers over recent months.
The education students receive at the McCombs School of Business inspires them in many different ways. It's not often, however, that inspiration results in the creation of a rap music video.
The Helios Challenge is an academic-credit program designed to give students insight into the business world by focusing on a large-scale issue while working to develop local solutions.
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.
Guest speakers from Vinson & Elkins and LifeSize described how the law firm facilitated the acquision of LifeSize by the technology hardware company Logitech.