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Texas Tech Students Named Finalist in Nationwide Banking Competition

Texas Tech Students Named Finalist in Nationwide Banking Competition

The Rawls College of Business at Texas Tech University is pleased to announce a team of finance students have been named as finalist in the nationwide 2017 Community Bank Case Study Competition, facilitated by the Conference of State Bank Supervisors.   Student members include: Vincent Atchison, Taylor Hadsall, Eric Lamm, Alex Priest and Sara Van-Sickle. […]

DECA Tech Earns Big at International Competition

Members of the Texas Tech chapter of DECA recently competed in state, national, and international competitions, earning spots among the world’s top students in the area of business management. DECA is an international club with more than 15,000 members that enables students to learn business professional skills in preparation for the workplace, as well as […]

RBLP Hosts 3rd Annual Non-Profit Leadership Panel

The Rawls Business Leadership Program hosted its 3rd Annual Non-Profit Leadership Panel Friday, April 21, and welcomed leaders from several non-profit organizations in the area to speak with students about how leadership and business applies to the non-profit sector. The panelists began the event by detailing their non-profit organizations and identifying themes that helped them […]

Area of Marketing Welcomes Venkatesh Shankar for Distinguished Speaker Series

As part of the Marketing Distinguished Speaker series, the Area of Marketing welcomed Dr. Venkatesh Shankar, a professor of marketing at Texas A&M University. Shankar presented on his working paper, “The Impact of Shifting New Product Development to Emerging Markets on Shareholder Value,” to Rawls College marketing faculty members and Ph.D. students on Wednesday April 19. “It was very inspiring to listen […]

Supply Chain Student Wins AWESOME Scholarship

Supply chain management student Megan Long was recently announced the 2017 recipient of the fifth annual AWESOME CSCMP Scholarship. The scholarship, which sponsors her participation in the Annual CSCMP Conference and AWESOME Symposium, was awarded to Long based on her leadership skills in the area of supply chain management. This year’s CSCMP Conference will be […]

Pioneer Natural Resources Sponsors TSCA Monthly Meeting

On February 28, Pioneer Natural Resources sponsored the monthly Tech Supply Chain Association meeting. Dinner was provided for the students, while managers from Pioneer presented information about various types of supply chain opportunities in the oil and gas industry. They also provided information about the prestigious internship program that they offer. Pioneer Natural Resources is […]

Rawls Marketing Professor Comments On Online Grocery Services

Rawls College’s Alumni Professor of Business and Minnie Stevens Piper Professor, Debra Laverie, comments on trends in online grocery shopping services in Lubbock. Learn more.

Ed Krei to Serve as Speaker for 44th Annual School of Banking Kick-Off Reception

The Rawls College proudly welcomes Ed Krei as the speaker for the 44th Annual School of Banking kick-off reception on Sunday, Aug. 13 at the Overton Hotel and Conference Center. Before retiring from The Baker Group as a managing director, he specialized in investment portfolio services, asset liability management, and financial strategies for community based financial institutions. The […]

Robert Kaplan to Serve as Keynote Speaker for 44th Annual School of Banking

Texas Tech University proudly welcomes Robert Kaplan, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, as the keynote speaker for the 44th Annual Texas Tech School of Banking’s keynote reception on Thursday, Aug. 17, at the Overton Hotel and Conference Center. Kaplan has served as the thirteenth president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank […]

Margaret L. Williams Named New Dean of the Rawls College of Business

This story was provided by George Watson, senior editor for the Texas Tech University Office of Communications and Marketing. Williams has served as dean of the College of Business and Public Administration at the University of North Dakota since 2014. Margaret L. Williams, a professor of management and a dean at one of the top […]