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Learning to cope with anxiety at work is an ever-present challenge. Professor Chris McCarthy discusses the psychology of stress in the workplace and the body’s physical reaction to it. McCarthy also provides tips for dealing with difficult career changes.
At the McCombs School of Business, Brian Lendecky teaches his students accounting skills through hands-on community volunteerism. His students use their in-depth tax knowledge to get low-income families the most out of their tax returns.
For opera director, music and business make perfect harmony within groundbreaking opera house, Opera Vista.
Rita Stephan’s determination to promote multicultural understanding is strengthened after escaping the war in Lebanon during summer 2006.
Grace Eckhoff, a junior in biology and Plan II, talks about her experience in the Freshman Research Initiative (FRI), in the laboratory of biochemist Andy Ellington, and the tools it provided her for creating a study on multi-drug resistant tuberculosis in Afghanistan.
Meet Ana Coronell, a student of economics and finance from Panama who explains the challenges of going to school in a foreign country. She tells how joining and creating organizations on campus have helped her make friends and how she’s enriched her college education by attending cultural events and lectures from world-renown guest speakers.
John Sibley Butler says creativity is a necessary asset in business and shares the source of his inspiration. Butler is the director of the Herb Kelleher Center for Entrepreneurship and the Institute for Innovation and Creativity (IC2).
Meet Mike Brandl, an economist at the McCombs School of Business who has been in love with the study of commerce since the second grade. Mike explains economics as the study of people and society, illustrating fiscal matters accessibly using real life contexts to excite his students.
Meet biology experts David Nobles and Malcolm Brown, the talented research team that has developed a possible answer to the green energy revolution through their exciting work with algae.
Professor John Robinson explains how the alternative minimum tax affects a growing number of taxpayers.
AILLA keeps alive native cultures through a digital database of recorded voice and song, preserving rare histories and traditions that would have otherwise become lost.