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Invest in EMP

Endowment funding is necessary to ensure the permanence of the Energy Management Program. Donors can expect their contributions to be used primarily for:

  • Curriculum Development and Instruction
  • Recruiting and Marketing
  • Student Support
  • Faculty Resources 

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Recruit EMP Students

The Undergraduate Energy Management Program provides a unique opportunity for students to receive specific training to prepare them for careers in energy. Throughout the demanding 18 credit hour program--including a twelve-week intensive summer schedule where all of the program's foundation courses are taught--students gain practical knowledge that allows them to be assets to industry firms.

Please contact Brooks Hanna to start developing a recruiting plan that works for you. 

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TEMC

The Texas Energy Management Council (TEMC) is dedicated to examining the ever-changing needs of the energy industry and bridging the gap between the student experience, campus administration, and companies in the energy field. TEMC brings together financial resources, executives from leading corporations, and EMP faculty and students; together, we can advise and prepare the next generation of energy leaders.

If you are interested in participating in the council please contact Brooks Hanna.

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2015-2016 Corporate Sponsors

The Energy Management Program would like to thank our corporate sponsors:

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John Durie

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John Durie graduated from the University of Texas in 2015, with a BA in Economics and an Energy Management Certificate from the McCombs School of Business. John is currently working as an Analyst in Accenture’s Resources group, specifically aligned to the Trading and Risk (T&R) practice. He began his career with Accenture in June of 2015.

John Durie graduated from the University of Texas in 2015, with a BA in Economics and an Energy Management Certificate from the McCombs School of Business. John is currently working as an Analyst in Accenture’s Resources group, specifically aligned to the Trading and Risk (T&R) practice. He began his career with Accenture in June of 2015.

John Durie headshot
John Durie headshot
John Durie headshot
John Durie headshot

John Durie graduated from the University of Texas in 2015, with a BA in Economics and an Energy Management Certificate from the McCombs School of Business. John is currently working as an Analyst in Accenture’s Resources group, specifically aligned to the Trading and Risk (T&R) practice. He began his career with Accenture in June of 2015.