Database Instructor, Agile Apologist,Mint.com Fan,Microsoft Excel SUPER Fan,Writer of nerd parodies,Big Person,Avid Hiker, Amateur Web Developer, Extrovert, Enngeagram 2
Name: Clint Tuttle
Hometown: Tyler, Tx
Favorite Color: Burnt Orange
Hi there! My name is Clint. I’ve been an MIS Lecturer at Texas McCombs since 2011 where I have taught courses in Database Management, Agile System Development, and IT Management.
I’m a proud graduate of Texas. After my BBA, I spent 9 years working as an IT Consultant with Accenture for various Retail, Government, and Healthcare entities. I returned to UT part-time, fell in love with teaching, and decided to be full-time after my first year. I’m honored to have been awarded the Texas Exes Teaching Award, the Harkins Foundation Award for Effective Teaching, and the Texas 10. I’m also a proud member of the UT Provost’s Teaching Fellows which I developed the Drivers Exercise to help students set better goals for their life and careers.
I’m happily married and in my spare time I like working out, hiking, writing code, playing music, and exploring Austin. My passions and side-projects center around teaching innovation, talking about failure with students, teaching people how to budget better, and advising students in their career exploration.
This is a few of the things I fill my spare time with outside of family and teaching.