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Naveen Jindal School of Management

In just 35 years, the Naveen Jindal School of Management has raced into the world’s top echelon of business schools. We rank No. 15 in North America in research productivity, and No. 16 globally. Our alumni provide the business and management innovation and leadership that touch lives, communities and markets. We bring power to our region and our state as a force in helping to grow and sustain our economy.

We refuse to rest on our laurels, though. Our ambition is to provide our students the highest quality business education possible and, as we succeed, to be recognized among the top 10 public business schools in the nation. We will explore, inform and power businesses of the future.

Elevating exceptional programs

For the Jindal School of Management, the path to Tier One requires a strategic focus on building our endowment. First and foremost, we seek undergraduate student support for an advanced curriculum, strong research and real-world experiences. Next, we plan to double our endowed faculty positions, from 14 percent of tenure and tenure-track faculty to the average 30 percent among our prominent peer schools.

We need to increase graduate student fellowships to continue raising the academic quality of incoming graduate students. Finally, we must strengthen endowments for the School’s prominent results-focused centers and institutes.

Invest in the future

Building our endowment is critical to boosting the Jindal School’s position among the world’s top business schools. We will be in a position to set the agenda for and be the model of 21st century education and research in business and management. With your support, we can seize the opportunities that will shape our future.

Naveen Jindal School of Management brochure

for more information

Learn how you can help the Naveen Jindal School of Management deliver on a bold vision. Download the School’s campaign brochure, visit the School’s website, or contact Marcus Baker, Director of Development and Alumni Relations, at 972-883-6298 or marcus.baker@utdallas.edu.