More and more, recruiters are utilizing technology to screen candidates for open positions. So how do you prepare for your "one interview chance?"
Expand beyond your professional network by getting connected with JindalConnect, the LinkedIn of JSOM!
Now that you’ve heard Professor Mary Beth Goodrich’s story, what’s yours? Submit your #JSOMfaces story by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Does it matter that voters are becoming more skeptical of globalization? It does, and not just because they are also consumers. Read on to find out why.
Who's involved with the internal control system? EVERYONE. John Barden will tell you why.
What we're about to share with you gets into the ethos of this professor, as we embark on Part 1 of breaking the accountant paradigm with Mary Beth Goodrich.
This concludes Part 2 of Espresso with Gaby as she continues to answer the intimate questions of Devi Karuppiah's interview that gives us a snapshot view of her life.
How do you balance school with work and extracurricular activities, especially being a Nova student ambassador? Time management is key but there are other elements to it.
On Super Bowl Sunday, whether the game’s a good one or a great one, make sure you you don’t miss the real game within the game — the commercials. Prof. Biswas gives us a sneak peek of what Super Bowl ad trends to expect this year.
Did you know volunteering can help you acquire new skills? Take it from Jiana who has been forever changed through public service acts and volunteering which lead to guiding her career.
It’s the first day of the Lunar New Year — the Year of the Rooster — so as a gesture of appreciation to our JSOM students, staff and faculty who celebrate this holiday, let’s learn more about it.
Have you made (and kept) your New Year's resolutions? Setting goals for yourself like you would provide in a business plan is the first step to improving yourself long term. Ready, set, GOAL!
The NOVA Ambassadors are a crazy group of students. How crazy? We'll let Rebecca Raymond do the talking.
Gaby Mokry needs no introduction. She's one of the many Faces of JSOM and is as busy as a bee, buzzing around JSOM. What keeps her going? Read on!
Ola Saleh, the Comet Closet’s director of outreach, gives us a glimpse into this student-led program that aims to help students land their dream job.
These are the most read blog posts of 2016. Did your favorites make this list?
Get to know dual-degree accounting and MBA grad student, HD Barot, in this special audio recorded interview!
Senior year supply chain student Colin Holmes talks about his experience working with and volunteering for Comet Closet here in the Jindal School of Management.
Helpful tips to know what they DON’T teach you in grad school.
Seeing "Hello, World!" pop up on your screen after you write your first program will give you the confidence boost to take on any technology challenge. That's one of many reasons why everyone needs to take a programming class.
The fake news problem is all too real. Here’s how you can avoid its pitfalls.
These quotes will motivate you to get down to the real business of living your life with purpose — and maybe become a Jedi knight along the way.
With graduation right around the corner, here are some things to NOT do right after you receive your degree.
In this post, undergraduate Munashe Chando gives you suggestions to overcome your fears of moving by doing three things starting in your hometown. Read to find out!
Learn the differences between the 3 military holidays--Veterans Day, Memorial Day, Armed Forces Day--and what (and what not) to say on each of these days.
Does success come from luck or endeavor? Or is it really all about how much you want it? Read to hear Yan Wang's take on success in the marketing world.
What is the difference between ITM and business analytics, and which one should I choose? Director of MS Business Analytics, Kashif Saeed answers your burning question.
Next time you step foot in the management school, you may want to think strategically when deciding what to wear to class.
What’s the final phase of the entrepreneurial startup journey? Let's end with phase four – the innovative mindset!
Leave it to the pros to give you the best digital marketing tips and industry news. In this blog post, Jeanne Spreier was on the scene at the Digital Executive Summit and shares the latest tips even novices can try.
What’s the next phase of the entrepreneurial startup journey? Let's keep going with phase three – the launch to growth!
With its smoother design, smarter features and faster user experience, the newest version of MyJSOM app will improve your experience at the Jindal School!
What’s the next phase of the entrepreneurial startup journey? Let's keep going with phase two – the idea to launch!
Thought putting in your headphones was harmless? Think again. Excessive headphone usage could damage your health and hinder your success.
What are the phases of the entrepreneurial startup journey? Let's start with phase one – theoretical development!
Need help writing your midterm paper? Make your paper more engaging in a fresh and defamiliarizing way by reading this post to find out how.
Find out how easy it is to join student organizations by reading the freshman opportunities offered at the Jindal School!
There are so many pros and cons to having a job that requires traveling. But this lifestyle is not for everyone. Read to see if it would be worth it for you!
One of the biggest challenges in the healthcare system is leading with effective change. In response, the Jindal School has taken on the challenge and launched a new master's degree program for healthcare professionals seeking additional education.
For the most part, I am always impressed with the students who take a moment to reach out and introduce themselves at the start of a new semester. Here's why you should take the time to meet with your professors this semester.
It's time to take notes because this is what it's like recruiting interns from the employer's perspectives. As told by alumna Michelle Abuda.
Where there is free food, there are college students. Knowing this universal truth, three JSOM students created a mobile app that will change your life!
What you put into your education is what you will get out. Start by grabbing life by the horns and join ALPFA today!
This summer, the Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (IIE) and The Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC), partnered together to create the first annual Student Startup Accelerator. Read how the partnership benefitted students to win $2,500.
The last company visit for the GLEMBA 2016 international trip to India was to Head Held High Foundation (HHH), a nonprofit organization in Bangalore. Read to find out about the insights of the trip!
The work ethic of millennials has been a much-discussed topic lately. The post today addresses this topic from the perspective of a working Jindal School alumna millennial, Ritu Pandey.
The GLEMBA class of 2016 second visit with Safran India Private Limited took place in Bengaluru, the center for the Safran Engineering Services. Katie Boyle gives us a recap of the trip in this week's post.
In this interview, Shivam shares his newfound passion for his industry and tells why other students should seek this same passion through their internships.
Caryn Berardi rounds up five podcasts that explore a variety of broad business-related topics: management, creativity, leadership, economics, trends, education and personal stories. Happy listening!
In this post from the international study tour to South Africa, Neil Kier comments on their meeting with former chief economist of Rand Merchant Bank and professor of economics at Stellenbosch University, Rudolf Gouws.
The Jindal School introduces the first Certified Management Accountant (CMA) review course of its kind. Read more about the details of the course and how it can accelerate your career in accounting.
Read the sixth post about the EMBA Class of 2016 International study tour to Robben Island.
The key to being a good mentor starts with being present, asking questions and working harder. Alumna Michelle Abuda lets you in on a few secrets to building strong personal relationships in today's blog post.
The key to doing business in any market is to keep a long-term perspective, says GLEMBA writer Lisa Klugiewicz. Find out what the GLEMBA class of 2016 learned with Bejul Somaia from Lightspeed Venture Partners in India.
Jindal School alumna Fallon Wallace shares her experience from her residency at Parkland hospital the night of the Dallas Police shootings.
The importance of learning to delegate starts now and goes beyond the depths of leading university student organizations. As told by alumna Michelle Abuda, read on to hear her learning experience.
The GLEMBA Class of 2016 international study tour met with the CEO of Safran India Private Limited in Delhi, India. Read the next post in this series written by Katie Boyle.
Tyrone Taylor gives us the know-all of the challenges in managing and regulating the energy sector at the Department of Energy in South Africa.
Jeremy Vickers continues to give business launch tips with part five in this blog series: Evaluating an Idea for Feasibility.
EMBA class of 2016 toured the Eddels Shoe Factory while learning the business model and shoe-manufacturing challenges of the big-name brand in South Africa.
In this series of posts from the EMBA class of 2016 trip abroad to Africa, Kiran Devaprasad chronicles the tour of Hulamin Aluminum in South Africa.
Jindal School alumni offer tips to students who are eager to burn the world up with their skills and ideas in this blog post written by Jeanne Spreier.
Kamiar Kordi hopes to revolutionize politics by increasing awareness and connection between constituents and their representatives. In his interview, Kamiar shares how UT Dallas helped him reach for success and make a change.
Jeremy Vickers continues to give tips on taking the big leap into starting a business with part four of Evaluating an Idea for Feasibility blog series.
The EMBA Class of 2016 toured the Port of Durban. This is the second in a series of posts by EMBA Class of 2016 members about their international study tour to South Africa in April.
Inspire creativity with an international business study trip abroad. It is easier than you think with these three international placement tips.
With five internship experiences under his belt, Justin Mauller has learned plenty of lessons from each one.
Aaron Graham explains the fascinating trip to India at the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI).
The GLEMBA class of 2016 toured the Taj Mahal and Agra Red Fort. Read the details, as told by Tooran Khosh.
Jeremy Vickers continues his words of wisdom with part three of Evaluating an Idea for Feasibility, giving tips on taking the big leap into starting a business.
International student, Pratap Surya Chandar Balraj, interned at Bose in Massachusetts then with Ernst & Young shortly after. Read more to learn about his experience!
Alumna Michelle Abuda will tell you why you shouldn't stop at your bachelor's degree in her most recent blog post!
Jeremy Vickers continues his words of wisdom with part two of Evaluating an Idea for Feasibility, with tips on taking the big leap into starting a business.
Shakaland has been known as 'the greatest Zulu experience in South Africa.' EMBA Class of 2016 student Hunter Jarvis gives us an inside view of his personal experience abroad.
Why enroll in an exchange program? Hira Saleem will tell you why to study abroad in Marburg, Germany!
Alumna, Michelle Abuda, thought it was too late to join a sorority her senior year. Come to find out, she not only joined Delta Zeta but helped become a founding Greek member of the Pi Sigma Chapter at UT Dallas. Read about her unlikely experience!
Summer is fast approaching and many teens are busy trying to manage end-of-year commitments. Instead of overbooking yourself, why not step away for a week and change your way of thinking about technology with the ITS Academy Summer Camp at UT Dallas?
Ankita Kapoor recently interned in the tax department at KPMG, an international audit, tax and advisory company, to see if it was right for her. Read along her experience to see if it was the right fit!
What makes a great leader? Supply Chain Management graduate student, Ray Yewle, discusses this topic in an interview with Mike Wheeler.
Executive Director of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Jeremy Vickers, has put together a list of steps to go through before starting a business. Let's start with the first four steps!
Christian Kelly, a recent grad from the supply chain management program, participated in a summer internship with BNSF Railway. To learn more about his experience, read on!
Graduate ITM and Marketing student, Hua Bai, reflects over the past few years she spent in JSOM while she takes off the student hat and puts on the alum hat.
Interviews are a two-way proposition so you must interview companies as they interview you. Evaluate and ask yourself, would you hire your interviewers to work with you?
This concludes Jeremy Vicker's three part series on Intellectual Property basics. Use these nuggets of knowledge to help you pour through an IP strategy at your organization.
The Naveen Jindal School of Management recognized 18 exceptional students, alumni, professors and staff members for the second annual OWLIE Awards ceremony. See which JSOM stars are sighted!
Naveen Jindal School of Management marketing sophomore Sam Konings was recently named champion of the freshman/sophomore division during his first external sales competition. Get the details here.
What is a trade secret and does it differ from a patent? The Director of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Jeremy Vickers, gives the rundown from his experience working with startups, patent attorneys and university technology transfer offices.
Are patents necessary to protect intellectual property? The Director of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Jeremy Vickers, gives the rundown from his experience working with startups, patent attorneys and university technology transfer offices.
What does it take to be the dean of the young, ambitious and vibrant Naveen Jindal School of Management for 20 years? Devi P. Karuppiah presents to you 20 questions for 20 years with Dean Pirkul!
Learn more about the Morris Hite Center-IBM Marketing Customer Insights Competition on Saturday, May 7.
Let’s explore some of the conscious and unconscious biases in resumes and learn preventative measures to avoid the “reject” pile with Keith Guerrero, Academic Support Coordinator in Operations / Supply Chain Management.
Many of life’s lessons are learned outside the classroom. However, learning new concepts by reading articles and books will help you grow as you go, too. Read the top books for business majors, recommended by our faculty!
Ever wanted to learn how to create a website from scratch or wondered how marketing on Google works? Now you can in class at JSOM!
If you’re an undergraduate student, you’ve probably thought once or twice about when to apply for internships. Haven’t gotten there yet? Read on in this two-part series with Gauri Kadu.
If you’re an undergraduate student, you’ve probably thought once or twice about when to apply for internships. Haven’t gotten there yet? Read on.
Fernanda Muñoz accepted an internship at Top Golf International to dive into the field of finance. In this interview, Fernanda shares details of her experience, including how essential it is to network.
After successfully completing the first year of college, students are faced with the task of deciding how to spend their time during the summer break. Read Patrick Sarman's list of options to make your college summers productive!
No matter what career field you’re in, there are several ways to break through in your industry. Gaby Mokry will give you five ways to help you break through, show your skills and pay dividends in this blog post.
MS Innovation and Entrepreneurship students Andrew Brown and Omeed Shams created an innovative app with big plans to change the way we all explore the world. Join us in our very own JSOM digital scavenger hunt starting March 28th!
When you cut budget corners expecting to get the best, you get what you pay for. Dr. Howard Dover explains one of the seven deadly sins of sales organizations so that you won't fall into the trap.
Hira Saleem became an intern at Bell Helicopter to learn more about human resources and broaden her knowledge of the business world. In this interview, Hira gives tips from her internship experience.
There are three traits that make a person successful in a career: capabilities, opportunities and passion. Have the skills without the passion? You may need to rethink your career path.
Passing the GMAT seems like a daunting task at first, but with these savvy study skills provided by alumna Michelle Abuda, you'll be at ease preparing for the exam!
John Phelan became the president of Beta Alpha Psi and realized his goal towards leadership will be a lifelong journey. In the meantime, enjoy this post written about the accounting and finance honor society.
Accounting and finance major, Dapo Ogunfeitimi, reveals his summer internship experience at Ernst and Young in this video interview.
The last thing anyone would expect you as a college student to do is start your own business. But Justin Ehlert proves that although it may be tough, it's not impossible.
The first Hult Prize Challenge on the UT Dallas campus brought together organizers from the Entrepreneurship Club at the Jindal School. First place winners of the competition will win $1 million in seed money. Who will win?
Hua Bai felt lucky to travel to China with Dean Hasan Pirkul last year. In this post, Hua tells us about the management wisdom she received from the Dean as well as some "Pirkulisms" she picked up.
Yearbooks are so last century so you should create your own yearbook with an online photo book. Jeanne Spreier gives you a step-by-step guide to turn your college photos into memories that last.
As a Jindal Career Management Center career advisor, Sherri Cook works with students each day who are very busy. Meet Fredi Garcia, who learned how to get out of his comfort zone, take risks and do more than expected.
One of the top students in the Professional Sales Concentration has had an extreme past but is transforming adversity into opportunity. Rising star, Kathryn McCord, will surprise you with her story.
The innovation and entrepreneurship programs at JSOM show through metrics that UT Dallas is on the verge of gaining recognition as a respected research-focused university. What does it take to achieve this goal within the innovation ecosystem?
While some people clamor for an audience, others downright fear it. Read about the lessons Caryn Berardi learned from the University Toastmasters club, a public speaking organization on UT Dallas campus.
Most students don’t look to the risk management and insurance industry for careers, but with the industry adding over 400,000 jobs in the next four years, students might want to consider going into it.
Freshman year can be very intimidating and exciting at the same time. Disha Patel gives us the scoop on ways to beat freshman woes.
When many people think of entrepreneurs, they think of Zuckerberg, Gates or Jobs — who all dropped out. What many don’t consider is that entrepreneurs who've taken entrepreneurship courses run thousands of successful small and medium-size businesses.
As you attend out-of-town events for the University, you will get used to networking and meeting so many people at once. Make great connections, represent the school well and good luck with your travels!
The parents have decided to spend a weekend with you to “visit Dallas.” Take notes as you plan to to serve as a tour guide, in addition to your job as student.
It was a close call for John Setty, but he ultimately came out as a winner. Read how this Executive MBA alumnus won second place in the Fall 2015 CAPSIM Foundation Challenge.
Here we are, back again with the concluding part of this edition of Espresso with Dr. McCracken!
The winning ventures of the UT Dallas version of “Shark Tank,” the 2015 Business Idea Competition, used technology, one to improve efficiencies in the transport industry and the other to create a more connected home, vehicle and entertainment center.
If you’re an undergraduate student, you’ve probably thought once or twice about what you’ll do when you’re ready to apply for internships. Haven’t gotten there yet? Read Prithvi's interview to gain insight.
For those of you who aren’t from the Dallas area, you may be wondering, “What do college students do around here for fun?” Not to fret. Healthcare Management student, Michael Nguyen is here to tell you!
Dr. John F. McCracken, executive director of JSOM’s Alliance for Medical Management Education programs, has a very interesting personality, a man of many interests and many talents. What exactly are they? Don’t ask us. Read on!
This past summer, Michelle Abuda did more traveling in three months than she did in her entire life. Read to find out about the traveling woes Michelle had learned on her study abroad trip!
A team of four JSOM students placed third in the annual real estate case study competition winning $2,000 and student ICSC memberships for a year! How they got there wasn't a walk in the park. Read more to see what these students went through.
As promised, we now bring you the intense finale of this interview, may the force be with you as you enjoy reading this interview with Dr. Powell!
For this JSOM student, the Comet Experience was something so much more than expected. Drift along this story to learn the emotional side of management school.
College is a time of great change and excitement — but don’t forget to look around and enjoy everything that’s going on around you! Read on to learn how to not skip a beat.
JSOM has placed first for the fourth time out of five years at the annual case study competition of the North Texas chapter of the American College of Healthcare of Executives. Read to see how the team stays successful over the years!
How do you define a leader and a follower and their roles in the business world? Do you see yourself as one more than the other? Caryn Berardi explains in this week's post!
Get ready for an exciting event with entrepreneurial pitches, cool business ideas and #CelebJudges this Friday. Seats are filling up, so you might want to save your spot before they run out!
Faculty member Kathy Zolton has won the TSCPA Outstanding Accounting Educator of the Year Award for her creative teaching, contributions to the accounting curriculum and outstanding volunteer service to low-income taxpayers across Dallas.
Forget cash and gift cards. Everyone — even a super-cynical college student — enjoys the thrill of unwrapping a beautiful box during the holidays. Here are college-kid approved ideas for great gifts.
A team of five JSOM accounting students took home the first place trophy in a new case competition sponsored by the Dallas office of Grant Thornton, one of the nation’s leading accounting firms. See what the students are doing with their prize money!
Two Naveen Jindal School of Management alumni have been named winners of 2015 Dallas Business Journal CFO of the Year Awards.
There's much more to being a whistleblower than newspaper headlines and infamy. Read on to learn how Accounting Professor, Richard Bowen, became a whistleblower without even knowing it.
Who is Monica Powell, you may ask? There's more to her than just being the Senior Associate Dean. Read on to learn about her quirky side!
U.S. Tax Court Judge Albert G. Lauber recently told a packed auditorium of students at the Naveen Jindal School of Management the most common mistakes made by taxpayers. It's shocking how many of us make these simple errors.
Business Analytics student Kan Zhang is an expert in how big data influences marketing strategy. Check out her four tips for making it big in the retail banking industry.
Archer Fellow Naomi Damato has had a busy semester as an Archer Fellow in D.C. Read more about her story to find out just what it's like to study under this fellowship.
Five of the finalists for the Dallas Business Journal CFO of the Year awards are JSOM Alumni! Read more about their success here.
In the latest installment of her series entitled, "Off The Beaten Path" Graduate Dean Monica Powell shares some of the most important things that you can't learn in class.
Comet Town, UT Dallas' most happening new community, is making it's way onto the north edge of campus. Learn more about this mixed-use neighborhood featuring townhomes, shops and restaurants.
In the fifth and final installment of her international study trip series, Pamela Foster Brady takes us on a journey of her trip to Malaysia and Singapore. Check it out!
Meet the mystery student who just didn't give up on his journey to get to UT Dallas. Can you guess who this guy is?
Applying for college can be a stressful situation. Follow these two tips to get started on the right foot in the application process.
Jenny Garcia wasn't sure how her first semester at UTD would pan out. Check out her blog post to find out how UT Dallas exceeded her expectations.
The international retreat serves to blend classroom learning with the cultural exposure of an international country as students kick off their global track within the GLEMBA curriculum.
JSOM Alumna Michelle Abuda knows exactly what it's like to work from career expo, to internship, to full time job. Read more about her experiences and get inspired by this go-getter!
Last week we tested your Healthcare Management IQ, now get the answers to see how you did! How much do you really know about healthcare management?
Our EMBA program recently took a trip across the pond. Along their way they went to Athens, Greece and Istanbul, Turkey. Read more about their study abroad experience here.
Are you strapped for cash this semester? Check out this list of weird ways to make extra money and put some extra cash in your pocket.
Think you know a lot about the healthcare management industry? Take this quiz to test your knowledge and learn a little bit more about medical management.
In the second installment of this five-part series, learn more about how international study trip destinations are chosen by the Executive MBA program.
There are lots of business success stories out there -- some of the most successful ones come from our very own JSOM students! Read more about Truly Absolute, a nonprofit company started by JSOM's own, Rebecca Tjahja.
Professor Eric W. K. Tsang has accrued an impressive number of awards for his research. Read about his latest award from the Academy of Management for his paper "Social Capital, Networks and Knowledge Transfer."
Study abroad programs are an important element to any college experience. Learn more about some of our international study trips from EMBA Director, Pamela Foster Brady.
There are so many clubs and organizations on the UT Dallas campus. Check out this article to find out why getting involved and finding your niche is so important.
Have you found yourself standing at a crossroads in life? Check out these helpful tips from the honor program's associate director, Caryn Berardi, to set yourself on the right path.
Did you know that as a UTD student you can get a DART Pass for free? Take advantage of this awesome perk and find some fun things to do in Dallas this school year!
JSOM Student Melissa Huang found that there are many perks to having an internship experience. Read about her summer internship with USAA and find out why you should also pursue an internship during your education.
There are so many amazing student organizations to check out at the Naveen Jindal School of Management. Learn more about one of our favorites, the JSOM Book Club!
See the Jindal School of Management through the eyes of our Graduate Dean, Dr. Monica Powell, and find out what makes JSOM truly extraordinary.
MS in ITM student Priyanka Palkar has had a lot of unique experiences at while at the Naveen Jindal School of Management. Read more about them here.
JSOM Accounting professor John Gamino earned an Outstanding Paper Award from the American Taxation Association. Find out more about this prestigious honor in our latest blog post.
Watch these JSOM faculty and staff make a big splash at our Beat the Bucket event held on August 28.
Struggling to choose between tax and audit? Want to learn more about each field of accounting? If you answered 'Yes' to either of these questions you should check out our interview with Professor John Barden, director of the BS in Accounting at JSOM.
Laila Mir had a dream of starting her own magazine for Muslim women. Read more about her challenges and triumphs here.
Jianqing Chen, associate professor of information systems, won the best paper award from the Ninth China Summer Workshop on Information Management (CSWIM), held in Hefei in June. Read more about his paper topic here.
Who knew going back to school was like a game? And no, we're not talking about Mario Kart. Check out our latest blog post to find out how to win the game of Back to School.
Believe it or not, professors are people, too! Don't dampen your professors' spirit by doing these ten pet peeves in class.
Alumni have a very important role in advancing the Naveen Jindal School of Management. Read about how an alumnus worked with Professor McClain Watson to create a series of business communications workshops for JSOM students.
Finding storage space in your dorm room can seem like a challenge. Instead of cramming things into every nook and cranny, check out these ten top dorm room storage tips to keep your space calm, cute, and clean.
Being an out-of-state student can feel a lot like being a fish out of water. Read this student's account of coming to Texas and UTD for the first time.
We all want to get hired, but the dream is to get hired by someone big. Dr. Howard Dover tells us how to get those Fortune 500 comanpy offers and start your career off with a bang.
Choosing a major can be one of the toughest decisions of your college career. Need some advice? Check out this post on choosing a major in college.
Coming to the US to study for the first time can be a daunting experience. Find out whether or not it all works out for MS ITM Student Pradnya Nigade
Students often have a lot of questions about registration. Before you spend your time waiting in line for an advising appointment, see if you can get your questions answered here.
Crowned Miss Corporate America Teen 2015, Rebecca Tjahja is traveling the country for a year as an “ambassador for young women in the business world.”