Topic: Graduate students

Gardner Marston's $6.6 Million Gift to Support History Graduate Students at The University of Texas at Austin

April 3, 2013

A $6.6 million gift from the estate of Gardner Marston will boost graduate student recruitment and support in the Department of History at the University of Texas at Austin.

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Doctoral Program in Statistics to Advance Research in Health Care and Technology

Nov. 1, 2012

The University of Texas at Austin's newest Ph.D. program in statistics was unanimously approved recently by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. The program, managed by the College of Natural Sciences' Division of Statistics + Scientific Computation, will provide doctoral students with rigorous training in advanced statistical methods and first-hand experience applying and developing such methods to analyze complex data in diverse fields.

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$6 Million Gift Will Fund Expansion of Texas Venture Labs

May 3, 2012

The Texas Venture Labs at the McCombs School of Business is now the Jon Brumley Texas Venture Labs, in recognition of a combined gift of more than $6 million from Fort Worth businessman and entrepreneur Jon Brumley to fund the growth of the program at The University of Texas at Austin.

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Investing in the future of entrepreneurship

May 3, 2012
Jon Brumley received his B.B.A. in 1961 from the McCombs School of Business.

A $6 million gift from Fort Worth businessman and entrepreneur Jon Brumley will fund the growth of the Texas Venture Labs program.

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'Investor-Ready' Startups Showcased at Global Venture Labs Investment Competition

May 1, 2012

The Global Venture Labs Investment Competition (Global VLIC), the longest-running investment competition for graduate student entrepreneurs, will be held May 2-5 at The University of Texas at Austin. The "Super Bowl of business plan competitions," this year's Global VLIC features more than 40 teams that gained eligibility by winning a regional new venture competition in the U.S. or internationally.

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