Todd Maclin, CEO/Head of Commercial Banking at JP Morgan Chase & Co.
“Leadership in a Financial Crisis”
Thursday, April 16th, from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Mr. Maclin will look back on how the extraordinary events of the past year have re-shaped the financial services industry, discuss his keys to successfully running a business in periods of crisis, and share his outlook on what the future holds for the banking industry.
For more information visit http://www.mccombs.utexas.edu/news/speaker_series/Maclin_BBA_04_09.asp or contact Andrew Tello at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Undergraduate Business Council invites you to take part in VISIT: Visible Interaction with Students in Today’s World. VISIT is an opportunity for McCombs Students to explore companies in Austin. Recently visited companies include Wells Fargo and GSD&M.
UTIMCO manages and invests about $24 billion dollars and is considered to have some of the best investment managers in the world! Sign up now at www.texasbusinesscouncil.com.
VISIT with UTIMCO - Friday, April 10th, 1:30-3:00 p.m.
401 Congress Ave. Suite 2800
Austin TX 78701
Come find out what a degree in Supply Chain Management can do for you and your career!
Friday, April 10th, 12:00-2:00 p.m.
CBA 3.304 (Events Room)
Dress is casual, and lunch is provided.
**Limited to the first 100 BBA students to RSVP to UTSCMSO@gmail.com.
In only three years, the Supply Chain Management undergraduate program at McCombs has captured a spot as one of the top 10 SCM programs in the nation. The program strives to instill the necessary skills and confidence in all SCM students and empower them to succeed in a corporate environment where domestic and global companies understand the need and importance of supply chain and operations functions.
Bring your family to experience a taste of McCombs on Saturday, April 4th!
Parents’ Day 2009 is this weekend! Your parents received invitations in the mail, so make sure they register online at http://www.mccombs.utexas.edu/students/ubc/programs/pd2009/homepage.html.
We will see you and your families there!
Please join the Undergraduate Business Council and GBSA for this semester’s DINE. The theme is Family Feud, and it’s a great way to get to know a few of the professors in McCombs outside of the classroom while channeling the competitive spirit that we all possess.
Join the Feud!
Thursday, March 26th, 6:00-7:00 p.m.
3rd Floor Special Events Room in CBA (right next to the atrium)
There will be free food from Fazoli’s, interaction between students and professors and door prizes. Senior Associate Director Karen Landolt and Professors William Way, David Platt and Gail Gemberling will all be there!
The Jewish Organization in the Business School is presenting Mr. Jim Sud, Executive Vice-President of Growth and Business Development of Whole Foods Market and Board of Directors Member. In this presentation he will discuss Whole Foods Market’s Stakeholder Philosophy and their view of the importance of creating value for all of their stakeholders.
We are truly honored for him to be able to speak to us, and this is event is open to the entire UT community. This is a speaker you do not want to miss!
Date: Tuesday, March 3rd
Time: 6:00 p.m.
Location: Texas Hillel (at 21st and San Antonio)
Ralph Heath, Executive Vice President of Lockheed Martin Aeronautics
“Learning in Public: True Stories from a Leader Leading Change”
Date: Tuesday, March 3rd
Time: 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Location: UTC 2.112A
Mr. Heath leads Lockheed Martin’s military aircraft business, which is the industry leader for design, development, manufacture and full-service logistics of a wide-range of combat and air mobility aircrafts of the United States and allied air forces around the world.
Visit http://www.mccombs.utexas.edu/news/speaker_series/Heath_BBA_03_09.asp for more information.
Play games, win prizes, eat free food and learn about Supply Chain Management from professionals in the industry. Open to all BBA students.
Companies in Attendance: AMD, Accenture, Boeing, Chevron, Dell, Energy Alloys, Frito-Lay, HEB, P&G and Shell
Date: Thursday, Feb. 19th
Time: Noon-2:00 p.m.
Location: CBA Hall of Honors
Proudly presented by The Supply Chain Center for Excellence and the Supply Chain Management Student Organization.
Considering studying abroad but not sure where to go? Looking for a less expensive alternative to Europe? If you are simply seeking adventure and a truly once-in-a-lifetime experience, studying abroad in Bangkok, Thailand may be the perfect option for you. From beautiful beaches to jungle trekking, Thailand is known as the land of smiles for a reason.
To find out what studying in Thailand is like, please attend the information session:
Date: Wednesday, Feb. 18th
Time: 6:00 p.m.
Location: CBA 4.338
Nice Girls Don’t Get the Corner Office 101 with Dr. Lois Frankel
KVRX Austin has a new Women’s Issues Talk show every Wednesday at 5:00pm. Tune in online at www.kvrx.org on February 18th to hear Dr. Lois Frankel talk about things women do to give up their power in the office. We will focus on her book Nice Girls Don’t Get the Corner Office 101: Unconscious Mistakes Women Make That Sabotage Their Careers. She will offer advice to change your future that you don’t want to miss.
If you can’t tune in to hear Dr. Frankel live then visit our blog at www.kvrx.org to access archived shows.
Students from across UT Austin are vying for over $12,000 in prize money in the McCombs’ Next Top Major competition, an online video contest where voters from across cyberspace helped decide the outcome. Thirty-six undergraduate teams entered the competition. Their mission was to create a 2-to-3-minute video promoting one of the nine majors at the McCombs School or the Business Foundation Program.
Two finalist videos from each category and two wildcard finalists were chosen through online voting open to students and the world. Come and cheer for your favorite video at the LIVE Showcase Showdown on Feb. 18th, 5:30-7:30 p.m. in UTC 2.102A. Winning videos will be selected by industry judges, and winners in each category win $900. The Best Runner Up video will receive $1,800, and the Grand Prize Winner will receive $3,000.
This competition is sponsored by the McCombs MIS BBA Program with generous support from ConocoPhillips, Ernst & Young, Sense Corp, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Halliburton, Pariveda Solutions, Shell and Wal-Mart.