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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. […]

Women in Business Promotes Genter Equality in the Workplace

Women in Business is a student organization that promotes and encourages gender equality in the working world and beyond. Read more about the organization in this article written by the Daily Toreador. This supports the efforts outlined in the Rawls College of Business Strategic Plan. Learn more about the LEADER 2020 Strategic Plan and follow our […]

Rawls Ambassadors Welcome New Residents

The Rawls Ambassadors spent time last Sunday welcoming new residents to the Texas Tech campus. In addition to helping break down boxes and sort recyclables, they greeted new students and their families. The Ambassadors took time to talk with students and parents, welcome them to Tech, and make sure they were set up for a […]

Rawls STEM MBA in BizEd Magazine

The Rawls College’s STEM MBA Program was recently featured in BizEd Magazine‘s March/April 2015 edition. Stem @ Work: Technical Pursuits By Sharon Shinn, February 26, 2015 How business education gives professionals in scientific fields an edge. THE ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE students who sign up for Texas Tech’s new STEM MBA class are in for a […]

Lubbock Avalanche Journal – Nett: Rawls’ innovative programs cast a shadow beyond the Caprock

January 14, 2012 It’s easy to forget, after roaming around inside the Loop, that Lubbock is very much in the middle of some very wide open spaces. And yet, there are reminders of how “non-metro” Lubbock is — traffic signals that switch from standard cycle to flashing red/yellow, Tommy Tuberville’s quips about flying football recruits […]

Lubbock Avalanche-Journal – Online video developer touts services as reaching many groups

By Walt Nett In the near future, every Web site on the Internet can be its own television station, driven by service to a variety of special interest groups, said a longtime developer of online video technology. “If you can imagine it, we can build it,” said Bill Pelton, founder and chief executive officer of […]

Best Buy CEO, Brad Anderson Believes Empowering Employees Key to Success

Author: Chris Van Wagenen, Lubbock Avalanche Journal Business Editor “Best Buy CEO visits the Rawls College of Business and the Chief Executives” Best Buy CEO believes empowering employees key to success BY CHRIS VAN WAGENEN A-J BUSINESS EDITOR Brad Anderson was an average student with a disdain for big business when he was growing up. […]

University Daily – Students get broad look into future

Author: UD staff writer Sara Schroeder Pictured are Emily Eggemeyer, Assoc. Director, International Business Education Program, TTU; Kare Sandvik, Assoc. Prof, Buskerund University; Jeff Harper, Director of International Business Education Program. Reprinted with permission from The University Daily, Texas Tech University Norway is known as the land of midnight sun, for the sun stays in […]