International student startups stagnate

International student startups stagnate

The three co-founders of UNIBEES — Abinav Kalidindi, Sanjay Kurani and Kiran Achanta — began looking for resources at the Jindal School of Management to turn their idea for a campus startup into a reality. After the three found a developer to create their app which markets free events to...

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JSOM introduces new concentration

This semester, UTD’s JSOM began offering a new concentration within the business administration degree plan known as business economics.  “We discovered that economics graduates do quite well in the job market,” said Peter Lewin, the director of the business economics concentration. “We began to see some reports in the Wall...

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Professor’s PBS show hits 26th year

Professor’s PBS show hits 26th year

Program offers unbiased political discussion to local audience A clinical professor in the Executive Education program in JSOM, just celebrated his television show’s 26th year of production. Dennis McCuistion and his co-founder, producer and ex-wife Niki McCuistion started the show, titled “The McCuistion Program,” in January 1990. The informative show,...

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Comet Closet set to open soon in JSOM

Comet Closet set to open soon in JSOM

Service collects gently used professional attire, redistributes to students in need after they meet certain number of requirements A new service on campus has been collecting donations of professional attire to redistribute to students who need them to land jobs or internships. The service, called Comet Closet, was set up...

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Humans of Arts and Humanities

Humans of Arts and Humanities

A&H students, faculty look to find their place in university known for STEM fields UTD is known for its cutting-edge programs focusing on science, business and technology. Tucked away within the Johnson Building, however, one program has managed to thrive outside of the spotlight. The Student Perspective Peter Hunt, a...

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The Watchman

The Watchman

Correction: In a previous version of this article, the breaking news date that changed the FCIC’s view on Bowen’s testimony was incorrectly stated. The date was Mar. 29, 2010. The Mercury regrets this error. Before he was teaching in JSOM, Richard Bowen was fighting corruption in Citigroup. Richard Bowen’s office...

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