To learn more about the following events, contact [email protected].
Thirsty Thursday at Clay Pit
July 17, 2008 from 5:30-7 p.m.
Clay Pit Contemporary Indian Cuisine
4460 Belt Line Road
Addison, TX 75001
Beat the heat this summer with cold drinks at Clay Pit! All alumni are invited to enjoy an evening of fun with complimentary appetizers and drink specials. Guests are welcome.
2nd Annual Project Management Symposium: Leveraging Project Management for Business Success
August 18-19, 2008
School of Management Atrium, UT Dallas Campus
This two-day event will include speakers from some of the most dynamic organizations in North Texas. Topics will cover project management issues facing medical and health care organizations, the telecom industry, governance issues, and emerging trends in project management, global issues, new product development and more. PMPs: This symposium earns 14 PDUs.
Dr. David E. Daniel, President, The University of Texas at Dallas
George Consolver, Director of Strategy Process, Texas Instruments
Mike Kennedy, CEO, Targeted Convergence
Ricardo Vargas, Board Member, PMI
Välilä, President, IPMA
Register by July 18 and receive the discounted price of $300. After July 18, registration is $400. For more information, visit pmsymposium.utdallas.edu
Inaugural Distinguished Negotiation Lecture: Ambassador Dennis Ross
August 26, 2008 from 4:30 - 6 p.m.
School of Management, Room SOM 1.118, UT Dallas Campus
The Negotiations Center of The University of Texas at Dallas is pleased to invite you to its inaugural Distinguished Negotiation Lecture. Ambassador Ross is the counselor and Ziegler Distinguished Fellow for the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. With more than 20 years of diplomatic experience, Ambassador Ross has worked to bring about peace in the world’s most divided regions. Under Presidents George H. W. Bush and Bill Clinton, Ambassador Ross served as a primary expert on Middle East policy. Appointed as a special Middle East coordinator under President Clinton, he successfully negotiated the Hebron Accord of 1997. Additionally, he served as director of the Near East and South Asian affairs on the National Security Council staff and under President Ronald Reagan.
As a participant in this generation's most important Middle East peace negotiations, Ambassador Ross has a unique perspective on the negotiation process. He will share his extensive experience and insights with the UT Dallas community in this highly anticipated talk.
This event is free of charge. For more information, please contact Christine Belcher at [email protected] or (972) 883-6015.
Sounds of Class
September 27, 2008 at 5 p.m.
UT Dallas Campus behind McDermott Library
Mark your calendars for the 13th Annual Sounds of Class event hosted by UT Dallas and co-sponsored by the City of Richardson. Sounds of Class is a family-friendly music festival with a children’s carnival kicking off the event at 5 p.m. Performers include the Richardson Symphony Orchestra.