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Official News Blog of Texas Executive Education at the McCombs School of Business
Originally posted from The Chronicle of Higher Education By Jennifer González Certificates are the fastest growing form of postsecondary credentials in the nation, surpassing associate and master’s degrees as the second most common award in higher education after the B.A., according to a report released on Wednesday by the Georgetown University Center on Education and [...]
The 2012 Texas CIO Institute is a powerful three-day leadership development program featuring the CIO Leadership Board and faculty of The University of Texas at Austin, McCombs School of Business. Designed for high potentials within IT, this unique opportunity blends the theory and practice of effective leadership into a highly interactive learning experience. In addition [...]
Texas Executive Education invites you and a guest to join us for an Open House and Corporate Recognition event. This event will highlight new open enrollment programs, a couple of our popular ones, and recognize our corporate partners. Come join us to network with the Executive Education faculty and colleagues, learn about our new programs, [...]
Texas Executive Education In this Issue Texas Executive Education (TEE) News: • Save the Date:Texas Executive Education’s Open House – June 21st • NOV wins Outstanding Executive Education Corporate Partner Award • Dr. David Spence wins Fawn and Vijay Mahajan Teaching Excellence Award for Executive Education • Meet Shawna Renold, Program Manager for Open Enrollment [...]
Due to high demand, we have added Leading Change course this summer on July 10-11, 2012. Seats are limited, so register early. http://www.mccombs.utexas.edu/ExecED/Leading-Change.aspx
On April 26, 2012, National Oilwell Varco was awarded the 2012 McCombs Outstanding Executive Education Award at a Corporate Recognition Dinner. Ms. Hege Kverneland, Chief Technology Officer for National Oilwell Varco (NOV) was present to accept the award from Dean Gilligan.