Business, Government & Society
Business, Government & Society Launches "Ethics Unwrapped"
“Ethics Unwrapped,” a series of free ethics teaching videos, was launched in Fall 2012 by the McCombs School of Business. The videos are available at the Ethics Unwrapped website.
McCombs' Newest Department
The Business, Government, & Society department focuses research and teaching on the regulatory, political, legal and ethical environment of business. Today’s global marketplace is more competitive, more transparent, more culturally and politically diverse, and more fluid than ever before. Future business leaders will need to be able to navigate the legal, ethical and cultural demands of government and society. The BGS department helps students cultivate the skills needed to successfully manage the dynamic business environment of the future.
Spence quoted in "Checks, Balances, and What Happens When Congress Punts" (Texas Enterprise).
On October 6th 2015, David Spence was quoted in an article titled "Checks, Balances, and What Happens When Congress Punts" on the Texas Enterprise website. You can read the full article here
Commentary co-written by David Spence on Fortune.com
On September 27, 2015, the commentary co-written by David Spence from BGS and Ross Baldick from the Cockrell School of Engineering titled "Why America's power grid needs natural gas now more than ever" appeared on Fortune.com. You can read the full article here
Op-ed by Prentice in a number of state media outlets
Two state media outlets, Star-Telegram and Houston Chronicle ran an op-ed by Professor Prentice on September 24, 2015.
Spence quoted in "Colorado court takes up local laws limiting fracking" (marketplace.org).
On September 23, 2015, Professor Spence was quoted in an article titled "Colorado court takes up local laws limiting fracking" on marketplace.org. Read the full article
Spence conducts Seminar: “You’re Biased and I’m Not: Separating Energy Policy From Energy Politics.”
On September 4th 2015, Spence conducted a seminar titled “You’re Biased and I’m Not: Separating Energy Policy From Energy Politics” at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center.
ALSB's Distinguished Senior Faculty Award Winner
On August 10 at the Academy of Legal Studies in Business annual convention in Philadelphia, Robert Prentice received his discipline's highest award--the 2015 Distinguished Senior Faculty Award.
Spence and Adelman quoted in "Guess Who Benefits From Regulating Power Plants" (legal-planet.org)
On August 24, 2015, David Spence and David Adelman's new paper
titled "Cost-Benefit Politics in U.S. Energy Policy" was quoted in Legal Planet. You can read the full article here
Texas Evening MBA Outstanding Professor Award Winner
Christopher H. Meakin was named the Outstanding Professor by the Texas Evening MBA Class of 2015. Christopher was also fortunate enough to receive the same award from the classes of 2012 and 2014.
Op-ed by Spence in a number of state and national media outlets
A number of state and national media outlets (Star-Telegram
, The Monitor
, Rivard Report
, My San Antonio Express-News
, and The Huffington Post
) ran an op-ed by Professor David Spence titled “The Clean Power Plan: Let the Litigation Games Begin.”
Innovative Service Learning Class
BGS professor Karen Landolt's innovative service learning class was featured in McCombs Today: http://www.today.mccombs.utexas.edu/2015/07/karen-landolt-service-learning.