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Mitch Kreindler (60) interviews his friend Lynn Utter (60) about her experiences as a UT Austin McCombs School of Business student and alum. They share memories of their time in the Business Honors Program and she shares what she learned...
Friends and coworkers Arthur Allert (65) and Michael Clement (65) share their experiences working at the UT Austin McCombs School of Business. They discuss their own college experiences, the importance of supporting first generation students, and the relationships they’ve made...
Kennedy Stubblefield (22) interviews his professor Raj Raghunathan (55) about how he came to teach about happiness at the McCombs School of Business.
Judith Lima (25) shares a conversation with her mentor, Leticia Acosta (44), about participating in Subiendo Academy at the University of Texas, her experience in college, and the value of community and mentorship.
Friends and colleagues Tara Sheena (33) and Getaneh Mekonen (33) discuss their childhood experiences, their career turning points toward an MBA program, the importance of collaboration, and the future of business.
I talked to a residential advisor in my dorm about what it’s like being in that position and all the advantages/disadvantages that go along with it.
Shudde Fath (106) is McCombs school of business's oldest alumni. She reminisces with her daughter Betsy Fath Hiller (71) on her experiences as one of the few women at her college and filing a federal discrimination lawsuit against the Texas Workforce...
College is supposedly the best time of your life. College is all about experiences and making lifelong friendships. In November of 2018, Charlie Satenberg interviewed his dad, Brad Satenberg, on his college experiences at the University of Texas at Austin...
Friends and colleagues Tamara Fields (48) and Andrew Vo (48) discuss their shared experiences as current colleagues and alumni of the McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin.
One Small Step conversation partners Joyce Hann (65) and Emmy [No Name Given] (39) talk about growing up in small towns, business regulation, and the merits and challenges within intentionally connecting with people with whom you disagree.
Kiplyn Primus (60) speaks with Leona Barr-Davenport (64) about her life and career. Leona talks about being born in South Carolina and her success in business as a leader.
Marion Kaslon talks to her daughters, Karen Schlam and Terri Gilbert, about her family history in Brooklyn, her father’s business savvy and meeting and marrying their father.
Jolene Hood Ashcraft (42) reminisces with her colleague and friend Rodrigo Malta (44) on their shared history at the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas.
Ruth Levenson (87) talks to her son David Taussig (60) and daughter-in-law Cecily Burke (61) about her life as a Holocaust refugee and eventually immigrating to the United States.