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eManagement Spring 2014

JSOM Alumni Strike Deal with Mark Cuban on 'Shark Tank'

JSOM Alumni Strike Deal with Mark Cuban on Shark Tank Naveen Jindal School of Management alumni Corey Egan, MBA 2010, and Swapnil Bora, MBA 2011, emerged from the Shark Tank reality television show recently with a $350,000 deal with entrepreneur and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban. Egan and Bora, who appeared on the episode that aired April 18, developed the idea of smartphone-controlled light bulbs for their Plano, Texas-based business as students in JSOM's Full-Time MBA program. Read more

New Graduate Program Tackles Demand for Data Analysts

Srinivasan Raghunathan Big data keeps getting bigger – and companies need more people who can make sense of it. The Naveen Jindal School of Management is introducing a Master of Science in Business Analytics degree this fall to meet a growing need for employees who can analyze data in a range of industries. Read more

Fundraising Certificate Program to Aid Nonprofit Executives

Kyle Edgington Few nonprofits can survive without a good fundraiser. These experts are in high demand and short supply. A new professional certificate program in the Naveen Jindal School of Management aims to give fundraisers and nonprofit leaders the skills they need to thrive in an increasingly specialized field. Read more
Jindal Students Win Competition with Idea for Connected Car App

Jindal Students Win Competition with Idea for Connected Car App

A team of Naveen Jindal School of Management students won an international competition for its idea for an in-car app that could diagnose problems and find the nearest auto repair shops, gas stations, restaurants and hotels from a dashboard screen.
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Emory for EMGT

Joint UT Effort
Leads to Win
in Health Case Competition

Two Naveen Jindal School of Management full-time MBA students recently joined three students from UT Southwestern Medical School and an engineering student from UT Arlington on a team that placed first and earned $6,000 in the International Emory Global Health Case Competition.
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