The university is in the final year of the historic Campaign for Texas. In support of that, the McCombs School of Business is joining the university-wide 40 Hours for Forty Acres campaign on April 3 and 4. Our goal is to reach 140 donors in 40 hours. Small gifts, big impact. It all counts. Will you join us?
On Friday, Feb. 21, the 9th Annual Alumni Business Conference was held at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center in Austin, TX. Richard W. Fisher, president and CEO of Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, was the keynote speaker. The speaker list also included Tom Gilligan, Greg Hallman, Brett Hurt, President Bill Powers, Raji Srinivasan, and Laura Starks.
As Steve Patterson steps into the role as the university's new athletics director, he takes time to recall his days as a business student, and to consider leadership lessons he has drawn from college and professional athletics.
Not only is George Seay busy chairing the McCombs School Advisory Council, he is chairman of the Clements Center Board of Advisors. Seay, the grandson of Governor Clements, is also the lead donor for the center’s creation.
On Tuesday, Dec. 3, the McCombs School of Business is proudly joining a call to action that will help make history. We are partners in #GivingTuesday, a nationwide 24-hour day of giving that falls in line after the shopping holidays of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Help us spread the word about this giving movement.