Mays Business School

Mays Business Online

October 2014


Banking executive encourages lifelong learning and giving back

By • October 23rd, 2014 • Category: Executive Speakers, Uncategorized

Banking executive Jonathan Homeyer ’90 shared with Mays Business Honors students stories about his career path in banking and tips for success in the professional world. He had two pieces of advice for the group: get involved and learn as much as possible. “I encourage you all to find something you’re passionate about and get […]

Stolarskis honor Strawser with MBA scholarship endowment

By • September 29th, 2014 • Category: Uncategorized

Longtime Mays supporters Amy W. ’83 and James R. Stolarski ’83 have funded a scholarship endowment to honor the work of Jerry Strawser ’83, who stepped down as Mays Business School dean in early September to serve as vice president of finance and administration and CFO of Texas A&M University. The $100,000 contribution will establish […]

Readers ask for more

By • January 1st, 2007 • Category: Uncategorized

In a survey of Mays Business Online readers this November, the majority of 235 respondents rated the e-magazine’s quality as “good” and reported the site as “fairly easy to navigate.” While 85 percent of respondents indicated they’re most interested in reading about Mays news and events, stories about former students and the unique achievements of faculty, staff and current students weren’t far behind.

BBAs bank bigger salaries

By • July 1st, 2006 • Category: Uncategorized

May 2006 BBA graduates benefited from some rising trends in recruitment and salary offers.

By • June 1st, 2006 • Category: Uncategorized

The new address for the Mays Business School homepage is You’ll also notice a new look and feel and a new site navigation, all designed to make it easier for site visitors to find the information they’re looking for.

Cox Business Center construction…live!

By • August 1st, 2002 • Category: Featured Stories, Uncategorized

Curious as to how construction on the college’s new Cox Graduate Business Center is progressing? Well, now you can keep tabs on the new building right from your desktop.