Texas Mutual Insurance Company has announced a partnership with the University of Texas at Dallas’s Naveen Jindal School of Management for a new risk control and safety engineering class. The course is exclusive to UT Dallas and only offered at the Jindal School.
Bill Jackson, regional vice president of Texas Mutual’s Dallas office, introduced the new course at the school’s Emerging Risk Forum, where risk management and insurance (RMI) and actuarial science students learned about the RMI curriculum offered by the school.
“At Texas Mutual, we are excited about the opportunity to partner with UT Dallas and the Jindal School,” Jackson said. “This collaboration introduces a new way for students to learn about something at the heart of what we do – managing risk and keeping Texans safe. We appreciate the chance to work together with UT Dallas on this course on risk control and life safety.”
“With the addition of the risk control and safety engineering course, supported in part by Texas Mutual, our students will learn from experts and industry leaders in the risk management and insurance field,” said Debra Richardson, director of the risk management and insurance program at the Jindal School. “We are grateful for the knowledge and support Texas Mutual brings with this new class offering.”
With the new course, Texas Mutual is now the largest RMI partner at UT Dallas.