This year’s Herb Kelleher Entrepreneur-in-Residence is Bazaarvoice vice chairman, former CEO, and co-founder Brett Hurt, BBA ’94. His arrival lends high-profile visibility to our innovation and creativity initiatives. Hurt just announced the formation of seed-stage venture capital firm, Hurt+Harbach.
Placements at top schools, research being conducted by Ph.D. students, and a #15 worldwide ranking, speak to the program's success and provide a boost for McCombs as a whole.
Ever wonder where all that spam in your inbox comes from? SpamRankings.net, a research project of The Center for Research in Electronic Commerce, tracks daily changes in spam trends worldwide.
Explore a selection of placements, from Jenny Larsen at Apple's Cupertino's headquarters to Kyle Schumacher's social enterprise internship in Nairobi, Kenya, aka "the Silicon Savannah."
Assistant Professor James Scott explains how his research, which won the National Science Foundation CAREER award, could help solve data-analysis challenges such as forecasting disease rates.
Twenty years ago McCombs launched the Business Foundations Program (BFP), giving UT students an opportunity to learn business fundamentals no matter their major.
The Texas Executive MBA program is the 17th best in the world, according to The Economist's first ranking of executive MBAs. McCombs has the 6th-best U.S.-only program.