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May 2021
10
MON

Would you like to learn about how you can change your behaviors using techniques from Positive Psychology? The McCombs Chapter of Philadelphia invites you to join us for an introduction to Positive Psychology with renowned expert Dr. Caryn L. Carlson. This event will take place on Monday, May 10 from 5-6 p.m., ET (4-5 p.m., CT).

In addition to learning more about the foundational concepts of ground-breaking work in Positive Psychology, Professor Carlson will share some pro-tips we can all make use to live our lives more fully. Looking forward to seeing you there!

The event will be conducted through Zoom and is open to the McCombs community.
 
Monday, May 10
4:00pm - 5:00pm

14
FRI
Join fellow Texas McCombs alumni at a coffee chat with Michigan Ross, Harvard Business School, Kellogg School of Management, and Chicago Booth alumni. 

Attendees will be broken out into breakout rooms and will be given seven minutes to converse. Then another room will begin every seven minutes. The event will last one hour.
 
Friday, May 14
8:30am - 9:30am

Online
14
FRI
Join UT and McCombs alumni from around the world on May 14 when Lillian Mills, interim dean of the McCombs School of Business, visits one-on-one with Robert Kaplan, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.

Kaplan will share his views on the U.S. and Texas economies, and the impact of the pandemic on the job market, energy, and inflation, among other topics.

Submit your questions to President Kaplan when you register!
 
Friday, May 14
12:00pm - 12:45pm

Online
18
TUES
Nearly 1,000 McCombs alumni reside in the Rio Grande Valley and Chapter Leader Arturo C. Olivarez, MPA '20, is excited to invite alumni to a kickoff event for the new chapter with special guest McCombs Interim Dean Lillian Mills.
 
Tuesday, May 18
6:30pm - 7:30pm

Online
June 2021
9
WED
Working with high levels of creativity today is a challenge for most, especially when emotional well being is at risk during times of uncertainty. How we regulate our emotions impacts our creative performance and creativity is a skill we need to innovate for long-term success.

Regulating emotions simply means learning how to be resilient and that requires healthy connections with yourself, team, and organization. There are four key steps to develop this skill and when combined with the creative process will open up new ways of thinking.
 
Wednesday, June 9
12:00pm - 1:00pm

Online