Shaping Tomorrow’s Energy Leaders
The KBH Energy Center provides a world of opportunities for students to discover energy in an entirely new way. Find your place with us.
Connect with the Best in the BusinessThe KBH Energy Center hosts lunches in the fall and spring that are exclusive for council members and friends. The lunches feature a guest speaker and thirty minutes of power networking before the lunch. These lunches provide a way for industry and council members to network and discuss current industry trends and learn more about the mission of the Energy Center.
Do You Have What it Takes to Win?The Energy Finance Case Competition pairs teams of three students with two industry advisors. Over 6 weeks, students review and analyze investments in a case study energy company and then perform a financial analysis of the company, a market analysis of the company’s sector, and a variety of valuation analyses to support an investment recommendation...and then present in front of a live audience!
The Student Experience
KBH Energy Center, located in the heart of the energy capital of the world, offers cutting-edge energy-focused research at the intersection of business & law. The Annual Mentorship Program will equip me with resources, perspectives, and networks that will be instrumental to becoming a global leader in the energy space.
Connect One-on-One with an Energy MentorThe energy mentoring program is a two-semester experience where we match mentors with students from various parts of campus based on industry interests. Students participating must be in the McCombs School of Business, Hildebrand Department of Petroleum Engineering, Jackson School of Geosciences, and the energy management minor.
So many of the accomplishments in my career can be credited to strong mentorship and direction along the way – the Annual Mentoring Program gives me a chance to pay that forward and help guide future leaders in the energy industry.
Take a Leadership Role
Join the Student Advisory CouncilApply to join the Student Advisory Council. The KBH Student Advisory Council was created to foster opportunities for growth and professional development, and to serve as the representative body and voice for energy students at the university. Members represent the KBH center and the student voices by participating in council meetings twice a year and other events, student meetings, energy treks, and more.
Become a Student FellowThe KBH Energy Center is seeking 2L, 3L, LBJ and MBA student fellows to support Center initiatives. Activities may include research and drafting speeches and talking points for Senator Hutchison, supporting center events, expanding social media outreach, and other administrative support. Selected fellows are expected to be available up to 10 hours per week and will receive a weekly stipend.
Discover Our Undergraduate Curriculum
The Energy Management Program develops future decision-makers, leaders, and policy builders. Students gain the technical expertise and business acumen to succeed in the interdisciplinary teamwork addressing our energy future. Through the program, students participate in interdisciplinary course work across UT’s business, geoscience, engineering, and law schools, get field learning opportunities, and network with industry professionals.