Six Summer Activities to Boost Your College Application

Six Summer Activities to Boost Your College Application Summers are the only extensive blocks of free time students have. But summer is also an excellent time to up your odds of getting into your dream college. Instead of sitting around during the summer like you used to, you need to consider summer activities that translate […]

Facts You Need To Learn Before Starting This New Hobby

Facts You Need To Learn Before Starting This New Hobby Table tennis is one of the world’s quickest games. And… Playing table tennis has become a lifestyle for many people worldwide. You need constant lateral movement and good cardiovascular health to play the game. The game raises heart rates during a match for all players […]

Effects Of Having A Cool Faculty Amenities

Effects Of Having A Cool Faculty Amenities The beauty of office space has an impact on companies and their people since at some level it depends on the success of the company as employees’ determination to work hard depends on the environment that surrounds them. Cool companies provide offices that are well maintained and up […]

$6 Million Gift Will Fund Expansion of Texas Venture Labs

$6 Million Gift Will Fund Expansion of Texas Venture Labs Jon Brumley, BBA ’61 Startup accelerator 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, BBA ’61, to fund the growth […]

Do You Make Buying Decisions Based on Logic or Emotion? A Tale of Two Chickens Let’s consider a popular consumer question you’ve likely thought about. Is the iPhone or the Android better for you? There are more than 97 million results on Google for that question, with lots of data points to consider. Which platform has the most […]

In Their Own Words: 2012 Commencement Speeches What did the 2012 McCombs commencement speakers say to graduates? Take a look at these word clouds based on their speeches for an at-a-glance summary of their themes. The largest words were used the most frequently. BBA In a speech titled, “Cheers, Tears, and the Five P’s,” John Adams, BBA […]

Louise Epstein Named Entrepreneur-In-Residence Louise Epstein, MBA ‘85 (right), founder of Charge-Off Clearinghouse and a former Austin City Council member, has been named entrepreneur-in-residence in the Herb Kelleher Center for Entrepreneurshipat McCombs. “Louise continues a tradition we’ve established at the university to link our research expertise in innovation and creativity with real-world entrepreneurship practice,” said Dean Tom Gilligan. […]

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