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Smart Ideas for Reviving American Health Care

Smart Ideas for Reviving American Health Care

It’s too expensive and makes too many mistakes. Expert faculty members offer their solutions for an ailing system. Learn more.

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Are Americans Losing Interest in Energy?

Are Americans Losing Interest in Energy?

According to the latest University of Texas Energy Poll, Americans read about energy less often and worry less about saving it at home than two years ago. See more results. [Video]

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From ‘Technopolis’ to ‘Coopetition’

From ‘Technopolis’ to ‘Coopetition’

John Sibley Butler director of the IC² Institute spoke on the Place-Based Innovation Plenary Panel at the 2012 Clinton Global Initiative America Meeting in Chicago, June 7, 2012.

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Do business ethics scandals affect political campaigns?

Do business ethics scandals affect political campaigns?

In this Elections 2012 analysis, McCombs School of Business Professor Robert Prentice discusses the impact of business scandals on presidential election strategy.

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Forecasting the Republican presidential primaries

Forecasting the Republican presidential primaries

In this video, Professor Jeremi Suri responds to questions about the Republican primary, the presidential election season and the economy.

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Measuring energy efficiency at home

Measuring energy efficiency at home

In this video, Associate Professor Jeff Siegel uses the UTest House to show how small energy-saving changes can have a big impact on your energy bill.

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Another side of Haiti

Another side of Haiti

Watch how a team of graduate students traveled to Haiti to help assess a rural community’s needs and secure long-term support for development projects.

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The economics of Prop 8

The economics of Prop 8

Professor Daniel Hamermesh, an expert witness for the legal team challenging Prop 8, discusses the connection between economics and same-sex marriage.

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Student mentor and animal champion

Student mentor and animal champion

McCombs School’s Louise Epstein is applying her skills as an entrepreneur to help pass a bill that regulates commercial dog and cat breeding.

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Nurturing horses and business careers

Nurturing horses and business careers

With equal amounts of passion, Dr. Kate Mackie of the McCombs School of Business teaches MBA students and fosters horses.

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Zombie institutions

Zombie institutions

From “dead time” to “creeping inflation,” terrifying terms are explained by fearless faculty from the Macabre School of Business.

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Ghost people

Ghost people

From “dead time” to “creeping inflation,” terrifying terms are explained by fearless faculty from the Macabre School of Business.

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On citizenship and naturalization

On citizenship and naturalization

In this seventh installment of the “Border Views” video series, John Sibley Butler, a management professor in the McCombs School of Business and a sociology professor in the College of Liberal Arts, discusses immigrants’ history of self-employment in the U.S., Americans’ views on immigrant entrepreneurship and his views on citizenship and naturalization. Butler is an …

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Immigrants’ history of self-employment in the United States

Immigrants’ history of self-employment in the United States

In this seventh installment of the “Border Views” video series, John Sibley Butler, a management professor in the McCombs School of Business and a sociology professor in the College of Liberal Arts, discusses immigrants’ history of self-employment in the U.S., Americans’ views on immigrant entrepreneurship and his views on citizenship and naturalization. Butler is an …

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  • Faculty Spotlight video featuring Larry Speck, a professor in the School of Architecture.

    18 to 30: Faculty Spotlight video featuring Larry Speck, a professor in the School of Architecture.