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Dr. Tyge Payne Named Editor for the Family Business Review

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 […]

Dr. Steve Vargo Speaks with Marketing Doctoral Students

This story was written by Rawls Ph.D. student Arkapravo Sarkar. Dr. Stephen L. Vargo recently visited the Rawls College of Business at Texas Tech University as the first speaker in the fall 2016 Ph.D. Distinguished Speaker Series. Dr. Vargo is the Shidler College Distinguished Professor in the department of marketing at the University of Hawaii […]

Dr. Eric Walden Named Director of Texas Tech Neuroimaging Institute

THIS STORY WAS PROVIDED BY GLENYS YOUNG, SENIOR EDITOR FOR THE TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY OFFICE OF COMMUNICATIONS AND MARKETING. Texas Tech University has named Eric Walden as the new director of the Texas Tech Neuroimaging Institute (TTNI). Walden is the director of data science programs and is the James C. Wetherbe Professor in the Rawls College of […]

Shelby Hunt Named to JMM Senior Advisory Board

Dr. Shelby D. Hunt, the Jerry S. Rawls and P. W. Horn Professor of Marketing, was recently named to the Journal of Marketing Management‘s Senior Advisory Board. He joins 18 fellow marketing researchers from universities around the world. The Journal of Marketing Management is a double blind peer-reviewed international academic journal that publishes scientific research […]

2016 Rawls College Faculty, Staff and Student Excellence Awards

Rawls College of Business faculty, staff and Ph.D. students were honored for their outstanding efforts and contributions to college at the 2016 Faculty, Staff and Student Annual Awards on Wednesday, May 11. Please join us in congratulating the following individuals on their awards: RAWLS COLLEGE AWARD WINNERS Doctoral Student Excellence in Teaching Awards: Finance – […]

Dr. Hein Serves on Community Banking Panel at FDIC Conference

Dr. Scott Hein, Professor and Robert C. Brown Chair in Finance, was invited to participate in a panel discussion at the FDIC’s 2016 Community Banking Conference on April 6 in Washington, D.C. The conference, which focused on community banks’ strategies for long-term success, brought together over 270 bankers and industry professionals to discuss successful community […]

Dr. Ajay Kohli (Georgia Tech) Hosts Theory Development Workshop for Marketing Doctoral Students

Marketing doctoral students recently learned about developing a new theory when Dr. Ajay Kohli, professor of Marketing at Georgia Tech, hosted a workshop at the Rawls College on Friday, April 8. Dr. Kohli’s visit was the third installment of the Marketing Distinguished Speaker Series. During the presentation, he detailed his prior work on theory development […]

Master of Data Science Program Ranked in Top 25 by Value Colleges

This story was provided by George Watson, senior editor for the Texas Tech University Office of Communications and Marketing. The website Value Colleges has ranked the Rawls College of Business Data Science master’s program among the top 25 in the nation, the website announced recently. The ranking, in which Texas Tech University’s business college was […]

Dr. Mayukh Dass Part of $1 Million USDA Grant

Mayukh Dass, the J.B. Hoskins Associate Professor of Marketing and the director of the Rawls Business Leadership Program in the Rawls College of Business, and Guy Loneragan, a professor of food safety and public health in the Department of Animal and Food Sciences in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, are part of […]

Rawls College of Business Offering New Master’s Degree in Groundbreaking Field

It is estimated that by 2018 there will be a shortage of 140,000 to 190,000 people with deep analytical skills and even fewer managers and analysts with the know-how to use big data analysis to make effective decisions. A new master’s program at Texas Tech University is aiming to change that. Bringing together the principles […]