Richard Hanus ’76 honored his late father by creating a scholarship to benefit the accounting department at Mays Business School. The Houston resident donated $25,000 toward establishing the Lawrence Hanus Memorial Scholarship in Accounting at Mays.
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Senior accounting major Laura Beer, a student worker at the Texas Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory (TVMDL), has received the 2011 TVMDL Director’s Excellence Award in the student category.
David C. Baggett ’81 uses one phrase to sum up his rich life, loving family and rewarding career: “It’s good being me.”
Five years ago, a group of Texas A&M students personified what Aggies do best—they recognized a need and did something about it. They created The Wells Project, an organization that raises awareness and funds for the current water crisis in Africa.
The Mays team made history at the Wall Street Journal Quiz Competition with its first trip to the final competition round for the top three teams.
Mary Lea McAnally, a Mays accounting professor since 2002, is eager to take on the position of associate dean for graduate programs. She already has been working on transitioning to her new leadership role with predecessor David Blackwell, who has accepted the deanship at the University of Kentucky’s Gatton College of Business and Economics.
Steve Solcher ’83 says he’s a believer in the philosophy “hard work pays off.” As CFO of BMC Software for seven years, his experience and knowledge attest to his work ethic.
The Mays accounting and management programs were ranked highly in the U.S. News & World Report 2012 “Best Colleges” guidebook.
Saying she’s not quite sure how she got there, Laurie Lawhorne credits her endless curiosity about the business world with propelling her successful career.
Duke University’s Katherine Schipper illuminated the importance of company intent in accounting when she visited Mays Business School as a part of the 2011 Dean’s Distinguished Scholar Lecture Series.