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Dass’ Marketing Research Accepted for Publication in Top Journals

Dass’ Marketing Research Accepted for Publication in Top Journals

Dr. Mayukh Dass – J.B. Hoskins Associate Professor of Marketing, director of the Rawls Business Leadership Program, and marketing Ph.D. advisor – is a well-documented researcher and an influential member of the Rawls College team. Recently, Dass has co-authored several papers that range in topic from consumer marketing to management innovation. Below, find a breakdown […]

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 […]

Faculty Spotlight: Kristen Bigbee, Accounting

Originally from the small town of Tulia, Texas, Kristen Bigbee joined the Rawls College faculty as an accounting instructor in 2005. Today, she teaches Income Tax Accounting, Managerial Accounting, and the Seminar in Professional Practice courses. She also serves as the faculty advisor for the Accounting Leadership Council, which is a student organization open to […]

Dr. Ronald Mitchell Awarded the President’s Academic Achievement Award

Dr. Ronald K. Mitchell, professor of entrepreneurship and the Jean Austin Bagley Regents Chair in Management at the Rawls College of Business, has been awarded the Texas Tech University President’s Academic Achievement Award for 2017. According to university guidelines, this award is granted to Texas Tech faculty who exhibit “excellence in achievement across the teaching-research-service missions […]

Kiran Pedada Awarded Helen DeVitt Jones Excellence in Graduate Teaching Award

Rawls College marketing PhD candidate and graduate part-time instructor, Kiran Pedada, has been awarded the Texas Tech University Helen DeVitt Jones Excellence in Graduate Teaching Award for 2017. This award recognizes outstanding scholarly activity and excellence in teaching. Students must be nominated by a graduate faculty member to apply. Pedada has taught three courses since […]

Dr. Ricketts Provides Input About the Trans-Pacific Partnership

Dr. Robert Ricketts was recently featured in a debate on WalletHub over the effects of the Trans-Pacific Partnership on the United States.  To learn more about the TPP and Dr. Ricketts’ input, please visit the WalletHub website.

Dr. Tyge Payne Named Editor for the Family Business Review

A Rawls College of Business professor’s role is not to just teach students how to be successful in business industries, but to contribute academic research to better the business environment as a whole. Dr. Tyge Payne, the Georgie G. Snyder Professor of Strategic Management and a Jerry S. Rawls Professor, has more than excelled at these […]

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.

Kelli Frias Appointed to PDSBI Board

Congratulations to Assistant Professor of Marketing Kelli Frias, who was recently appointed to the Product Development and Small Business Incubator (PDSBI) board. The board oversees a revolving loan program overseen by the Texas Economic Development Bank within the Office of Economic Development Finance in the Office of the Governor, which helps Texas innovators fund their small […]

Faculty Members Donate Paintings to the Rawls College

On Sunday, Jan. 22, 11 female members of the Rawls College faculty participated in an event at Painting with a Twist. The event gave the faculty members a chance to develop relationships across departments and areas within the college. At the venue, participants were randomly assigned to groups of four, and within those groups, members worked […]