Executives in Residence Program

Inspiring the Next Generation of Leaders

The Executives in Residence program aims to connect University of Dallas students with executive mentors to help them navigate the transition from student to employee. Mentors help educate students about the types of industries and jobs available, provide practical wisdom, practice interviewing skills, and even celebrate job offers with their mentees.

Featured Executives in Residence:

Randy MuckRandy Muck

Randy Muck is a former managing director at Accenture and the founding member of the Executives in Residence program. Since 2016, Muck has mentored 10 undergraduate students in the Gupta College of Business. Read more about his experience as a mentor.

 

 

Doug JohnsonDoug Johnson

Doug Johnson joined the Executives in Residence program in 2017 and currently mentors three undergraduate students. Johnson is the global human resources leader at Sabre Inc. and volunteers his time to help UD students discover their passion and potential.




Randy Muck“ Seasoned business executives can make a tremendous impact on students. If someone wants to plug in to help the next generation, this is the place—you can devote as little or as much time as you have available. ”- Randy Muck

News

University of Dallas Announces 2020 Gupta Hall of Fame Inductees

The University of Dallas' Satish and Yasmin Gupta College of Business is honored to announce its 2020 Hall of Fame inductees, including Gail Warrior Suchy, MBA '99, CEO of CASPR Group; Michael Stedman Wyatt, MBA '91, executive managing director at Cushman & Wakefield of Texas; and John L. Zogg, Jr., MBA '92, managing director at Crescent Real Estate LLC. New Gupta Hall of Fame members will be inducted during the annual award ceremony on Friday, Jan. 24, 2020, from 6-8 p.m.

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In Memoriam: University Mourns Passing of Beloved Professor

On Dec. 23, 2019, the university bid farewell to a beloved faculty member and alumnus. Professor of English John Alvis, BA '66 MA '69 PhD '73, passed away at age 75, less than two weeks after the passing of his wife, Sara Kathleen, MA '71, to whom he was married for more than 50 years.

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