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January 2021
28
THU

Interested in learning more about the one-year master’s programs from Texas McCombs? Join us for a virtual info session on Thursday, January 28 from 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. CT! You’ll hear information about the MS Programs and MPA admissions process, curriculum, and career outcomes, as well as what life is like in Austin!

We look forward to meeting you soon!

 
Thursday, January 28
4:00pm - 5:00pm

February 2021
4
THU

First Day of System Scheduled Interviews (BBA, MPA, MS)

RecruitMcCombs

 
Thursday, February 4
All Day

4
THU
COVID-19 has affected people’s lives and work more than any other natural or man-made event in recent history. What are the lasting effects on the healthcare industry itself? What have we learned from the pandemic, and which parts are beneficial?

Join us for the FOCUS ON THE FUTURE: Healthcare webinar on February 4 at noon. Interim Dean Lillian Mills hosts a 45-minute discussion with Houston Methodist President and CEO Marc Boom, M.D., Federal Reserve Bank Senior Economist Pia Orrenius, and McCombs School of Business Professor of Information Risk and Operations Management Indranil (Indy) Bardhan.
 
Thursday, February 4
12:00pm - 12:45pm

Online via Zoom
4
THU

What does spirituality—or a sense of belonging—have to do with mental health? How do you measure spirituality and the impact of spiritual care on health outcomes? These are questions that Associate Medical Director for Research and Innovation Paul Wallang and Lead Chaplain Philip Evans have been working to answer at St. Andrew’s Healthcare, a specialist psychiatric health care organization in the United Kingdom. Join us for a conversation with Dr. Wallang and Reverend Evans about how psychiatrists, chaplains, and other St. Andrew’s team members collaborate with patients to identify and measure the outcomes of belonging, spirituality, and spiritual care that matter most.

 
Thursday, February 4
12:00pm - 1:00pm

4
THU

2020 will go down as one of the most economically-disruptive years in history. What does 2021 look like for the energy industry, one of the hardest hit and a leading indicator for the health of the overall economy?

What industry indicators do our experts look for and what is the prognosis for 2021 and beyond? How did the energy industry pivot to alternative sources of energy and to what extent? Will there be enough jobs? How will the markets be affected?

Join us for this FOCUS ON THE FUTURE: Energy webinar on January 14 at noon. Interim Dean Lillian Mills hosts a 45-minute discussion with Federal Reserve Bank Dallas President Robert Kaplan, Managing Partner and Chair of Trilantic Energy Partners Chris Manning, and McCombs Professor of Finance Ehud Ronn.

This is the first of a three-part series. Followed by Healthcare Feb. 4 and Technology/Innovation Feb. 11. Open to all. Register for one or all three.

 
Thursday, February 4
12:00pm - 12:45pm

Webinar. Open to all.
10
WED
Join Michael Soileau, VP of Strategy, Planning, and Development at Comcast and Dr. Linda Gerber from the McCombs School of Business for a lively discussion how business has changed in recent years and how leaders are adapting with new solutions.
 
Wednesday, February 10
5:00pm - 6:00pm

Virtual
11
THU
The lines between traditional industries are blurring in the era of digital transformation. New products and services are rapidly created and customers are empowered as never before — with little loyalty to products or providers. How can leaders nurture innovation and agility, and build effective change strategies? What should they be looking for, and looking out for?

Join our expert panel discussion of the FOCUS ON THE FUTURE: Technology/Innovation on February 11 at noon. Interim Dean Lillian Mills hosts a 45-minute discussion with SparkCognition founder and CEO Amir Husain, Federal Reserve Bank Senior Economist Keith Phillips, and Jon Brumley Texas Venture Labs Executive Director Mellie Price.
 
Thursday, February 11
12:00pm - 12:45pm

Online via Zoom
11
THU

The lines between traditional industries are blurring in the era of digital transformation. New products and services are rapidly created and customers are empowered as never before — with little loyalty to products or providers. How can leaders nurture innovation and agility, and build effective change strategies? What should they be looking for, and looking out for?

Join our expert panel discussion of the FOCUS ON THE FUTURE: Technology/Innovation on February 11 at noon. Interim Dean Lillian Mills hosts a 45-minute discussion with SparkCognition founder and CEO Amir Husain, Federal Reserve Bank Senior Economist Keith Phillips, and Jon Brumley Texas Venture Labs Executive Director Mellie Price.

This is the third webinar in a three-part series: Energy Jan. 14, Healthcare Feb. 4, Technology/Innovation Feb. 11.

 
Thursday, February 11
12:00pm - 12:45pm

Webinar
17
WED
Behavioral ethics is the study of the how and why people make the moral (and immoral) judgments and action choices that they do. Its focus is not on philosophy, trying to decide which horn of a challenging ethical dilemma to select. Rather, behavioral ethics derives from psychology, cognitive science and related fields. It seeks to understand why good people sometimes make poor moral decisions and how we can best improve moral decision making. Today’s presenters recently published a book bearing the title of today’s session with Routledge Press in London.

Cara Biasucci is Director of Ethics Education for the Center for Leadership and Ethics at the McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin. She is also Creator and Director of Ethics Unwrapped, an award-winning ethics video series and educational program she currently produces for the Center for Leadership and Ethics at McCombs.

Robert Prentice has taught business law and business ethics at the McCombs School for more than 40 years. He is chair of the Business, Government & Society Department and faculty director of Ethics Unwrapped at McCombs’ Center for Leadership & Ethics.
 
Wednesday, February 17
12:00pm - 1:00pm

Online
25
THU

Our panel will be covering topics such as: Should I get my MBA in the midst of a pandemic? How do I manage my post-MBA career? What type of MBA applicants stands out in a pile of resumes? When is the right time to get my MBA?, and more. This event is on Thursday, Feb. 25 from 5-6 p.m., PT (7-8 p.m., CT).

Speakers: Tina Mabley, Assistant Dean, Jaden Felix, Senior MBA Admissions Officer and former MBA students.

 
Thursday, February 25
7:00pm - 8:00pm

Online
March 2021
15-19
MON     FRI
Spring Break
 
Monday, March 15 - Friday, March 19
All Day

May 2021
7
FRI

Last day of McCombs-facilitated interviews/Last class day

RecruitMcCombs

RecruitTexasMBA

 
Friday, May 7
All Day