Everything you need to know (and more) about Jindal School events happening at The University of Texas at Dallas.

JSOM Event Calendar

A step-by-step guide to JSOM events happening around you!
[[Pro Tip: Clicking on the calendar to the right will also take you to the Jindal Calendar!]]

Association for Information Systems Student Chapter Leadership Conference | 4/12-4/14

The Conference (SCLC) is a great opportunity to meet peers and industry professionals from across the world, expand your professional skill set, and make lasting friendships! Professional events and luncheons bring students together, and friendly competitions give them the opportunity to learn and grow. SCLC features noted speakers from industry leaders, executives, and fellow students. The conference is designed to develop IS student leaders and grow relationships that can be leveraged. The competitions during the conference gives the students an opportunity to test their knowledge in real-life scenarios – and win cash prizes! This is open to all students, not just IS students. For more information about the competitions click the title.

Not sure where to start? Contact [email protected] for questions or to let us know how you would like to get involved. Don’t wait, competition deadlines are coming soon!

BSBA Peer Mentoring Program | IMS 4074

The BSBA program offers a course, free of charge, on a credit/no credit basis designed to teach students how to become more effective mentors and leaders. The course (IMS 4074) is part of the BSBA peer to peer mentoring program. Students will gain invaluable leadership and mentoring skills that are transferrable to a professional work environment.
To qualify to become a peer mentor and to enroll in IMS 4074, student must have a 3.0 GPA or better, and must have completed at least one long semester at JSOM. If interested in enrolling in IMS 4074, please see Professor Henderson in 11.105B or email [email protected].
If a student is interested in serving as a mentee (working with a student mentor), please see Professor Henderson.

Be sure to check out the Comet Calendar for University-wide events too!