“The cold call is dying, and it should be,” announces Cindy Billington, associate director of Graduate Business Career Services (GBCS) at Mays.
When the Master’s Leadership Council was looking for a service project, GBCS assistant director Stacey Cole suggested a cause close to her own heart: The March of Dimes, the organization that seeks to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality.
Donnell Gov. Rick Perry appointed Mays Real Estate Programs Director Cydney C. Donnell to the Employee Retirement System Board of Directors for a term to expire Aug. 31, 2012. The board oversees a $23 billion retirement fund and the administration of state employee and retiree health insurance benefits, a deferred compensation plan, and a flexible [...]
Scruggs The Houston A&M Club honored longtime entrepreneur Richard Scruggs ’77 with its annual Outstanding Houston Aggie award this summer. Scruggs has long been the kind of man who recognizes opportunity, and helps others learn how to find it. As director of the Center for New Ventures and Entrepreneurship at Mays, the Aggie MBA graduate [...]
Writers, designers and web gurus from Mays’ dean’s office and the Real Estate Center came home with five awards in late April from the International Association of Business Communicators’ Brazos Valley chapter. One of those awards included a “Brazos Bravo” (or best-in-category award) for the redesigned Mays intranet site. Winners are: Bob Beals, JP Beato, [...]
Mays honored its outstanding staff of faculty researchers, mentors and service providers this week in an annual meeting to close out the fall semester.
A dozen business students and Corps of Cadets members were inducted into the 26-year-old Gen. Ormand R. Simpson Corps Honor Society in November. The society is open to cadets whose academic potential and general personal conduct reflect credit upon both the Corps and Texas A&M.
Mays can lay claim to three Texas A&M President’s Meritorious Service Award Winners for 2006. The university president presents the awards annually to recognize 20 of the university’s top employees and a team in honor of their dedication to work and the people around them.
Ying Xuan Yong, a senior accounting and finance major, has been accepted into the 2006-2007 Texas A&M University Undergraduate Research Fellows Program with a proposal titled “Capital Structure in China: Analyzing Pecking Order and Static Tradeoff.”