External Affairs

Business converges around alliances and partnerships. Business education is no different. The Naveen Jindal School of Management builds relationships with individuals, small companies, large corporations, foundations and communities. In each case, it is a strategic move that provides value on both sides of the equation.

Dedicated , both JSOM alumni and alumni of other schools, have added immense value to our school by serving on , as mentors or guest lecturers, and in many other ways. Individual, foundation and corporate contributions have provided for numerous scholarships, programs and events that have benefited both the academic community and the community at large.

Our school would not be able to achieve educational excellence and sustain growth without ongoing support from our community, friends and corporate partnerships.

Each of of our alumni, corporate partners and community friends assists our students with opportunities and experiences. Mentorship and engagement are essential to our success.

What does ENGAGEMENT mean?

  • Serving on a program and/or center advisory board.
  • Speaking to a class, to a student organization or at an event.
  • Mentoring a student or students.
  • Connecting with the Jindal School Career Management Center to offer career-development training, internships and job placements
  • Advocating for the Jindal School

Diane McNulty, PhD Associate Dean
External Affairs
(972)-883-2741JSOM 4.619
Anderson, Doug Assistant Dean
Development and Alumni Relations
(972)-883-5855 JSOM 12.510