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VETERAN BUSINESS LEADERSHIP
IN THE 21ST CENTURY
 
A RICE VETERAN LEADERSHIP SERIES EVENT
MARCH 11, 2016 — MCNAIR HALL, RICE UNIVERSITY
 



WELCOME RECEPTION — 5:15 PM
SPEAKING EVENT — 6:00 PM
Q&A — 7:00 PM
VIP DINNER — 8:00 PM  

 

 


SPRING 2016 SPEAKERS

         
  Joe Robles Scott Rowe Thomas Kolditz  
  Major General Joe Robles, Jr., USA (Ret.) R. Scott Rowe Brigadier General Thomas Kolditz, USA (Ret.)  
  Former CEO of USAA CEO of Cameron International Executive Director of Doerr Institute of New Leaders  
         
  USAA Cameron Doer Institute  


 

Speakers


Joe Robles Major General Joe Robles, Jr., USA (Ret.) served as the president and CEO of USAA from December 2007 until his retirement in February 2015. Before joining USAA in 1994, he served as a career officer in the U.S. Army. Maj. General Robles currently serves on the boards of The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas – San Antonio Branch and DTE Energy, and he holds a B.B.A. in accounting from Kent University and an MBA from Indiana State University. USAA
     
Scott Rowe R. Scott Rowe was named president and CEO of Cameron International on October 5, 2015. Before joining Cameron in 2002, Mr. Rowe served in the U.S. Army and worked for Varco as a project manager. Mr. Rowe holds a B.S. degree in engineering management from the United States Military Academy (West Point) and an MBA from Harvard Business School. Cameron
     
Thomas Kolditz Brigadier General Thomas Kolditz, USA (Ret.), is the founding executive director of the Doerr Institute for New Leaders at Rice University. Prior to joining Rice in 2015, he designed and directed the core Leader Development Program at the Yale School of Management, served as the chairman of the Department of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership at West Point, and was the founding director of the West Point Leadership Center. He earned a bachelor’s, several master’s and a Ph.D. from Vanderbilt University. Doer Institute
     

Venue


About the Jones School
The Jones Graduate School of Business at Rice University is one of the world’s leading business schools. Named in honor of the late Jesse Holman Jones, a prominent Houston business and civic leader, the Jones School is distinguished by its strong foundation in accounting, finance, marketing, and management with areas of excellence in energy, entrepreneurship, and health care. Degreed programs include the Rice MBA, MBA for Executives, and MBA for Professionals as well as joint MBA degrees in medicine, mechanical engineering and professional science. A PhD in Business attracts candidates aspiring to become faculty members at business schools in prestigious research universities internationally. The Jones School also provides an undergraduate business minor and full schedule of non-credit executive education open enrollment and customized courses for business and industry along with certificates in finance and accounting, health care and marketing. For more information visit business.rice.edu

About Rice University
Rice's small size allows personal interaction between students and professors, while our eminent faculty foster the intellectual excitement of a major research university. At Rice, undergraduates at all levels participate in cutting-edge research with world-class faculty in the humanities, social sciences, engineering and natural sciences. Premier architecture and music professors enhance classroom experiences with their exceptional talent and artistry. A Rice education offers personal involvement and excellence in programs that prepare graduates for a changing world. For more information visit www.rice.edu

Directions to Rice University’s McNair Hall

From US 59:
  1. If traveling North, take Kirby exit and continue on feeder to reach Greenbriar. (Shepherd/Greenbriar exit is closed coming from this direction).
  2. If traveling South, take Shepherd/Greenbriar exit.
  3. Turn onto Greenbriar traveling South (Greenbriar is a one-way street).
  4. Turn left on Rice Boulevard.
  5. Turn right onto campus at Entrance 20. The cross street is Kent.
  6. At the second stop sign (which is Laboratory Road), turn right; the large building on the left is McNair Hall. The ramp down to the Central Campus Garage is on the left just after passing McNair Hall.
From Downtown Houston:
  1. Take Main Street to Rice
  2. Turn right onto Sunset Boulevard stay left as street turns into Rice Boulevard.
  3. Look for campus Entrance 20; turn left into that entrance.
  4. At the second stop sign (which is Laboratory Road), turn right.
  5. The large building on the left is McNair Hall. The ramp down to the Central Campus Garage is on the left just after passing McNair Hall.
More directions are available on the Rice University Website.

Parking in Central Campus Garage
Once you have entered the Central Campus Garage, take a ticket at the turret machine. We will give you a payment ticket that will allow you to park for free. Once you have parked, take one of the elevators or the stairs up to the school. Note: McNair Hall and the Central Campus Garage have different elevators and different stairs.


 

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Past Events



VIBA with General James Conway, USMC (Ret.) at the Fall 2014 Event


VIBA with Brig. Gen. Peter M Dawkins, USA (Ret.) at the Spring 2014 Event


The Fall 2013 Veteran Experience Speaker Series featured six acclaimed literary authors who discussed the veteran experience's influence on their writing

Ridge
VIBA with Governor Tom Ridge at the Spring 2013 Rice Veterans Leadership Series