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Ambassador Spotlight: Witt Westbrook

Witt Westbrook is a senior management and biology dual major from Stephenville, TX. He currently serves as a Rawls College ambassador and the Texas Tech Student Body Internal Vice President. He was also the Student Body President for the Rawls College last year. He is expected to graduate in December of 2018. Read why Westbrook loves the Rawls College in […]

Sarah Gray Honored as Rawls Spring 2017 Banner Bearer

Sarah Gray will be representing the Rawls College as the banner bearer for the Spring 2017 Commencement on Saturday, May 20. Gray is graduating Summa Cum Laude with a degree in marketing. “I am extremely honored to have been selected as the banner bearer for the Rawls College at the Spring 2017 Commencement. The Rawls […]

42 Students Inducted Into Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society

The Rawls College recently had 42 students inducted into Beta Gamma Sigma, an international honor society which recognizes business excellence, on Thursday, April 13 at the Beta Gamma Sigma Member Induction Ceremony. This honor is bestowed on students who have exhibited excellent work and dedication during their time with the Rawls College, and Beta Gamma […]

Rawls College Student Organizations Win Awards

Society for Human Resource Management The Texas Tech chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management won the “Overall Student Organization of the Year” award for 2016-2017 from the Texas Tech Center for Campus Life office. This award recognizes SHRM’s success of helping members transition from college to a career in human resources, their outstanding leadership and coordination of […]

The Real Estate Organization Tours Lubbock’s City Hall Construction Project

The Texas Tech Real Estate Organization (REO) toured the city of Lubbock’s construction site of Citizen’s Tower in downtown Lubbock, TX on March 30. The city of Lubbock is renovating the building to turn it into the new City Hall. Wes Everett, the director of facilities for the city of Lubbock, gave REO members the first-ever public tour of the project. The project […]

Kent Hance Interviews CEO of AT&T, Randall Stephenson

Kent Hance, chancellor emeritus of the Texas Tech University System, interviewed the current CEO of AT&T, Randall Stephenson on Tuesday April 18 at the Rawls College. They discussed Stephenson’s educational background, his career advancements and what be believes are traits of successful people. Stephenson received a B.S. in accounting from the University of Central Oklahoma. He started college 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 […]

Helen Sharkey Presents “Low Man on the Totem Pole: How I Became a White Collar Criminal”

The Rawls College and the High Plains Chapter of the Institute for Internal Auditors welcomed Helen Sharkey, a professional speaker on ethics and accountability on Thursday March 20. She shared her story, “Low Man on the Totem Pole: How I became a White Collar Criminal,” to students, faculty and members of the High Plains Chapter of the Institute for Internal Auditors. Sharkey was […]

Dr. Rajan Varadarajan Serves as the First Lecturer in the Marketing Distinguished Speaker Series

Dr. Rajan Varadarajan – Texas A&M University’s professor of marketing, University Distinguished Professor, Regents Professor, and Ford Chair in Marketing and E-commerce – recently visited the Rawls College as the first speaker of this semester’s Marketing Distinguished Speaker Series. During his visit, he sat down with doctoral students for a luncheon before presenting his case […]

Lt. General Wendy Masiello Discusses Leadership with Students and Advisory Council Members

Lt. General Wendy Masiello spoke to students and Advisory Council members on Thursday March 30, about leadership and the important role mentors play in shaping tomorrow’s leaders. Masiello received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in marketing from Texas Tech in 1980 and joined the Air Force as an officer after graduation. She currently serves […]