Corporate Recognition Dinner
Corporate partnerships are a vital part of our mission at the McCombs School. On April 26, we honored three companies—Dell, Accenture and National Oilwell Varco, and one individual—Michael Klein with Wells Fargo, for their extraordinary contributions to and engagement with the school.
If your company is sourcing new talent, no doubt McCombs students are top on your list. But your relationship with the school has the potential to bring your company many more benefits—and you just might change a life in the process.
Corporate partners are essential to a vibrant learning and teaching environment at the McCombs School of Business. They support important student leadership, diversity and ethics programming, as well as faculty research and centers of excellence.
Michael Hasler's Introduction to Operations Management class spent five weeks in Hong Kong watching Target's supply chain in action.
Walmart, the world’s largest retailer, employing more than 2.1 million associates at more than 8,416 retail units in 15 countries worldwide, demonstrates a commitment to sustainability and diversity, exhibited by its involvement with the school over the past five years.
Last night, over 160 corporate partners and McCombs School faculty, staff and students gathered to recognize two corporations and one individual for their extraordinary contributions to the school at the 2nd Annual McCombs School Corporate Recognition Dinner at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center.
On April 21, 2010 the McCombs School will recognize two corporations and one individual for their extraordinary contributions to the school at the 2nd Annual Corporate Recognition Dinner at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center.
ConocoPhillips, Halliburton, and Don Wagner of Deloitte & Touche were recently honored by the McCombs School for their significant contributions to the school at the inaugural Corporate Recognition Dinner.