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Honors business association
The Honors Business Association (HBA) at the University of Texas at Austin serves as the official student organization for the Business Honors Program at the McCombs School of Business. Since its inception in 1980, HBA has provided academic, professional, social, and philanthropic opportunities for its members. HBA strives to build up the strong sense of community within the Business Honors Program and to enhance the college experience for all BHP students. For three decades, the Honors Business Association has maintained a mix of professionalism, volunteerism, and fun. Above all else, HBA is, and always will be, a home for BHP students. Whether you are a freshman, sophomore, junior, senior, or alum, HBA will always have a warm fireplace (or so we wish) and sandwich (or whatever delicious food is being served at our meeting) ready.
Best of all, HBA is available to all BHP students free of dues.
So drop on by, bring a friend, and experience something new, exciting and happy.
From the Blog
Underclassmen got to enjoy pizza and career chats on Monday afternoon as they engaged in roundtable talks with graduating BHP seniors.
Professor Agarwal turns on the black light. Professor Konana turns up "Dhoom Machale" on the speakers. These MIS professors surely know how to throw a dinner party.
A couple of BHP students traveled to Sunset Valley Elementary this weekend to volunteer at the annual carnival.
Last Wednesday, HBA members ventured into the world of fine cheeses, jams, and cured meats at our latest DWAA. Our guide for the evening was Odile Du (BHP '09), whose expertise in cheeses led us to a night packed with a survey of some of the most interesting and appetizing combinations of cheese and toppings that any of our members had experienced thus far.
Who knew marketing and Indian food meshed so well? The Clay Pit played host to a lively night of conversation with marketing professor Dr. Jade DeKinder, with topics ranging from architectural planning to sexy Super Bowl commercials.