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Rawls Executive Mentor Program Forges Meaningful Relationships

Rawls Executive Mentor Program Forges Meaningful Relationships

The Rawls College of Business not only promotes active learning for students in the classroom, but also emphasizes the importance that students gain valuable experiences outside of the classroom. Having a mentor encourages students to proactively establish business relationships and provides an opportunity for them to gain firsthand experience in developing a professional relationship. Mentors […]

Rawls Students Win at iLaunch Competition

The Texas Tech University Innovation Hub at Research Park concluded its two-day Spark Conference on April 28 by announcing the winners of the iLaunch Competition and the Global Laboratory for Energy Asset Management and Manufacturing (GLEAMM) competitions. The iLaunch competition is an investor pitch event open to identify, grow and launch startup companies and the […]

REO Presents Alumnus with Industry Partner Award

The Texas Tech Real Estate Organization (REO) hosted its end-of-year dinner on Monday, May 8. At the dinner, the organization presented its first “Dr. Paul Goebel Capitalization Award.” The award was created to recognize an industry partner of the organization that “capitalizes” student education by providing opportunities for industry-focused, practical learning experiences. This year’s award […]

RBLP Students Blog About Their Experiences in China

Rawls College Business Leadership Program (RBLP) students have created a blog to document their experiences while visiting Shangai and Bejing. To read about their adventures, visit their blog. THIS SUPPORTS THE EFFORTS OUTLINED IN THE RAWLS COLLEGE OF BUSINESS STRATEGIC PLAN. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE LEADER 2020 STRATEGIC PLAN AND FOLLOW OUR PROGRESS ON TWITTER […]

STEM MBA Students Awarded Excellence in Management Award

STEM MBA students, Bryce Butterfield, Chelsea Clark and Brook Walterscheild, received the Excellence in Management award presented by the Rawls College Management faculty. Each student received a $500 scholarship for winning the award. THIS SUPPORTS THE EFFORTS OUTLINED IN THE RAWLS COLLEGE OF BUSINESS STRATEGIC PLAN. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE LEADER 2020 STRATEGIC PLAN AND […]

Student Spotlight: Darian Davison, Marketing

Darian Davison is a senior marketing major and advertising minor from Veracruz, Mexico. She has been a member of the Tech Marketing Association since Spring 2016 and served as the special events director for the organization during the Spring 2017 semester. She also works as a media marketing student assistant for the Texas Tech Student […]

Juan Duran Wins “Up-and-Comer” Award From Los Hermanos Familia

Juan Duran, a junior accounting major from Lubbock, TX, won the “Up-and-Comer” award at the Adelante Awards event sponsored by Los Hermanos Familia on Friday, May 5. The recognition program honors Hispanic men in the Lubbock community who are excelling in their careers and volunteer efforts. “Being chosen as an ‘Up-and-Comer’ really means a lot […]

Rawls College Recognizes Excellence in Teaching, Research and Service

Rawls College of Business faculty and Ph.D. students were honored for their outstanding efforts and contributions to the college at the 2017 Faculty, Staff and Student Annual Awards on Wednesday, May 10. Please join the Rawls College in congratulating the following individuals on their awards: 2017 RAWLS COLLEGE AWARD WINNERS Faculty Awards: Excellence in Faculty […]

Dr. Elizabeth Karam Awarded the Excellence in Teaching Award

Dr. Elizabeth Karam, assistant professor of management at the Rawls College of Business, has been awarded the Texas Tech University Excellence in Teaching Award for 2017. The award recognizes excellence in teaching and one professor from the college is chosen. Karam was nominated by the Interim Dean of the Rawls College, Paul Goebel, in a letter […]

Advisory Council Members Meet Student Organization Leaders

  Students holding a leadership position within a student organization at the Rawls College had the opportunity to meet with advisory council members in small groups to discuss leadership on Thursday March 30. The meetings fostered conversations about what makes a good leader and how to identify potential leaders. Advisory council members shared their extensive experiences […]