“Ethics Unwrapped,” a series of free ethics teaching videos, is being launched today by the McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin. The series is a project of the relatively new Business, Government & Society department at McCombs, formed as part of a renewed commitment to teaching business ethics at the university.
Laura Kilcrease, a 25-year veteran of the Austin technology scene, is the 2012-13 entrepreneur-in-residence at the Herb Kelleher Center for Entrepreneurship at The University of Texas at Austin’s McCombs School of Business.
Tom Gilligan, economist and dean of the McCombs School of Business, will share the 30,000-foot view of America’s economy in 2012
The McCombs School of Business Hispanic Leadership Initiative’s 4th Annual Hispanic Leadership Summit, Hispanic Vote 2012: Understanding Our Strength, will focus on the role of the Latino vote in the 2012 election. U.S. Congressman Charles Gonzales will keynote the event.
The McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin is accepting applications for its new Master of Science in Business Analytics program in the Department of Information, Risk, and Operations Management. The program will host its first group of students beginning in the fall of 2013, and prospective students can apply starting this fall.
Real Estate Certificate Program Brought Back to McCombs School of Business by Alumni and Industry Demand
The McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin is now taking applications for its new Undergraduate Real Estate Certificate program, nearly two decades after university students were last able to participate in such a program.
McCombs Business Honors Program Receives $1 Million Challenge Grant from El Paso Alumnus Woody L. Hunt
University of Texas at Austin alumnus and El Paso native Woody L. Hunt has pledged $1 million in a challenge grant to the Business Honors Program (BHP) at the McCombs School of Business that will help the program attract more top students from his home region.
The two most critical challenges for Hispanic-owned businesses to grow are overcoming a lack of training in management and communication skills and gaining better access to markets, according to new research of Hispanic-owned businesses in Texas from The University of Texas at Austin. The study provides a fresh look at the challenges these mostly small businesses face.
Dr Pepper Snapple Group (DPS) and the McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin have embarked on a novel program to grow one of the company’s iconic brands.
The Texas Venture Labs at the McCombs School of Business is now the Jon Brumley Texas Venture Labs, in recognition of a combined gift of more than $6 million from Fort Worth businessman and entrepreneur Jon Brumley to fund the growth of the program at The University of Texas at Austin.