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More and more, recruiters are utilizing technology to screen candidates for open positions. So how do you prepare for your "one interview chance?"
Now that you’ve heard Professor Mary Beth Goodrich’s story, what’s yours? Submit your #JSOMfaces story by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
With its smoother design, smarter features and faster user experience, the newest version of MyJSOM app will improve your experience at the Jindal School!
Find out how easy it is to join student organizations by reading the freshman opportunities offered at the Jindal School!
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 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.
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.
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 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.
Alumna Michelle Abuda will tell you why you shouldn't stop at your bachelor's degree in her most recent blog post!
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!
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.
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.
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.
Applying for college can be a stressful situation. Follow these two tips to get started on the right foot in the application process.
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.
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.
In the second installment of this five-part series, learn more about how international study trip destinations are chosen by the Executive MBA program.
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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.