A new fellowship honoring Stuart W. Murff ’73 has been established to benefit the Finance Department at Texas A&M University’s Mays Business School. Stuart is a Fort Worth businessman who is actively involved in community service.
Mays Business School at Texas A&M University moved up significantly both overall and among public universities in the 2013 U.S. News & World Report undergraduate program rankings, moving up to 14th from 22nd among public schools and to 24th from 36th overall.
The terms “incubation” and “acceleration” took on new meanings for Mays Business School students enrolled this semester in Management 489: Incubator Development. Nearly all of the undergraduates in this one-time course had never visited a business incubator or accelerator prior to registering for this unique experiential-learning class.
12m Advertising, a team of students from Texas A&M University’s Mays Business School, returned from Shreveport, LA last week with the top prize at the district-level round of the American Advertising Association’s National Student Advertising Competition.
The Mays accounting and management programs were ranked highly in the U.S. News & World Report 2012 “Best Colleges” guidebook.
Texas A&M again had the most candidates of any school in the state in the first quarter (266 as compared to 191 from the University of Houston and 175 from UT-Austin), and Mays students had the highest overall pass rate for schools with more than 5 candidates at approximately 78 percent.
Today’s college students are tech savvy, knowing the ins and outs of social media and communicating on the fly. Still, those ol’ college professors know a thing or two for the young ones to learn. One Mays management professor brought Twitter into the classroom as a learning tool this semester. To her surprise, not many had used it.
Google is a resource for helping people find what they need, and a team of Mays students used the online tool to learn more about online marketing.
When you think of camp, you think of sunny summer days, arts and crafts, and – at Mays – marketing analysis.
CFA Institute has named Mays Business School at Texas A&M University a CFA Program Partner with its BBA, master’s in finance and MBA curriculums. Texas A&M is the only CFA Program Partner in the United States with three approved programs.