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Company Overview of The University of Texas at Dallas The School of Management

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The University of Texas at Dallas The School of Management is an educational institution that provides undergraduate, graduate, post graduate, and doctoral programs. The institution offers courses in accounting, information management, business administration, finance, supply chain management, healthcare management, and innovation and entrepreneurship. Additionally, it provides online and certificate programs. The institution is based in Richardson, Texas. The University of Texas at Dallas The School of Management is a part of University of Texas - Dallas.

800 West Campbell Road

SM 42

Richardson, TX 75080-3021

United States

Phone:

972-883-2705

Key Executives for The University of Texas at Dallas The School of Management

Associate Dean of Operations
Senior Associate Dean
Associate Dean of Development and External Affairs
Associate Dean of Executive Education and Member of Advisory Council
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

The University of Texas at Dallas The School of Management Key Developments

The Richardson Economic Development Partnership and the University of Texas At Dallas Join National Effort to Create Next-Gen Internet Applications

The Richardson Economic Development Partnership announced that it has partnered with The University of Texas at Dallas (UT Dallas) to join the US Ignite initiative. Through this partnership, Richardson and UT Dallas will explore opportunities to develop applications for access to an ultra-fast broadband network, uniquely positioning them to help North Texas-based companies, independent application developers, researchers and students in creating and testing innovative new applications requiring ultra-high bandwidth. Richardson and UT Dallas are the first public entities in Texas to sign on to the US Ignite initiative. US Ignite is a public/private partnership launched at the White House last June to encourage development of next-generation Internet applications that provide transformative public benefit. US Ignite is working to transform how the nation delivers healthcare, educates children, keeps communities safe, trains employees and manufactures goods. Using its technical infrastructure UT Dallas will explore opportunities to facilitate the community's participation in the US Ignite initiative through a connection to the Global Environment for Network Innovations network. A UT Dallas GENI network connection can provide a testing environment suitable for high-bandwidth applications developed by the university's researchers and students, as well as local third-party developers.

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