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NUBS 2015

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For questions about the 
NUBS 2015 Conference
please contact
Sabine Wimmer

For more information on the
Career Services Forum
please contact
Velma Arney

NUBS Logo with date March 26 - 27 


The McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin is very excited to host the 2015 National Undergraduate Business Symposium (NUBS), Leadership in a Diverse World.

At the moment we are working on our conference program that will give us the opportunity to learn from each other on leadership, diversity and global initiatives at your schools. You will get to see our campus and the business school as well as the many things that make Austin such a wonderful, unique and “weird” city. We've received many requests for Texas BBQ from you and we will make sure that you'll have the real Austin experience.

In designing our schedule we kept the motto of our Longhorn football fans in mind: We want you to “come early, be loud, stay late, and wear orange!” The Keep Austin Weirdofficial program with sessions and keynote speakers will take place from Thursday, March 26 to Friday, March 27. But there are many things we'd like you to see. We have reserved a room block starting Wednesday, March 25, so that you'll have time to experience Austin and to participate in optional tours on Thursday morning. 

NUBS Pre-Conference Career Services Forum

For the first time at a NUBS conference, we will also offer an optional NUBS Pre-Conference Career Services Forum from all NUBS institutions on Thursday, March 26.

The NUBS Pre-Conference Career Services Forum will be held on Thursday, March 26 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with an optional dinner the night prior, Wednesday, March 25. The Career Services Forum will be most beneficial for those Career Services Professionals who oversee the Undergraduate Business Career Services Operations.  Agenda topics may include and not limited to: hiring stats, organizational structures, and recruiting policies and procedures.