arrowKeynote Speaker Gives Lessons
      on Ethics, Accountability

Business leaders in the Kingsville community received a lesson on ethics and accountability Thursday, taught by one of the individuals responsible for uncovering one of the largest corporate frauds in history.

Cynthia Cooper, of the CooperGroup, LLC, was the keynote speaker at the Third Annual Community Breakfast held at Ballroom A of the Student Union Building on the campus of Texas A&M University-Kingsville.

The breakfast was sponsored by the university's College of Business, the Kleberg Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the Kingsville Chamber of Commerce and IBC Bank. Read more.

arrow Dr. Kelly Fisher Presents at YWCA's
       Equal Pay Day Symposium

Dr. Kelly Fisher, CBA Assistant Professor, presented a segment at the Equal Pay Day Symposium at the YWCA in Corpus Christi on April 9 titled, "Negotiating for Competitive Wage."  Fisher was one of five women offering advice on how to break the glass ceiling of the pay scale when compared to men. They revealed that women average just 77 cents for every dollar men earn. Fisher's talk cited the issues that impact women in negotiations and how to effectively address them.

arrow A&M-Kingsville conducts a Search for
        the Next Dean for the CBA

Four finalists in the search for Texas A&M University-Kingsville University’s next dean of the College of Business Administration recently visited the area to participate in on-campus interviews and public presentations.

They are:
  • Richard Aukerman, Interim Dean, College of Business Administration, Texas A&M University-Kingsville
  • Natayla Delcoure, Associate Dean, San Jose State University, San Jose, CA
  • Farhang Nirromand, Dean, School of Business Administration, University of Houston-Victoria
  • Kristie Ogilvie, Associate Dean, Academics, California State University at San Bernardino
Audience feedback will be collected and reviewed before a final decision is made late this spring.

Hinojosa is Awarded the Non-Tenure-
       Track Teaching Excellence Award

We are proud to announce that CBA lecturer and alumna Crissy Hinojosa received one of the two annual Non-Tenure-Track Teaching Excellence Awards from The Center for Teaching Effectiveness. Hinjosa was selected based on student evaluations and recommendations from the fall 2012 semester. She will receive a monetary award and a plaque for her accomplishment. This is the second year in a row that the CBA has had the honor of having non-tenure-track faculty who have received this prestigious award. Congratulations, Crissy!
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For More Information, Contact: College of Business Administration
MSC 182, 700 University Blvd., Kingsville, TX 78363-8202
Contact Phone: 361-593-3801

April 2013


Renato Ramirez from IBC Bank, Cynthia Cooper, President Tallant and Ricardo Ramirez, also of IBC Bank, at the Community Breakfast.

Dr. Kelly Fisher (second from the left) presented at the Equal Pay Day Symposium at the YWCA in Corpus Christi this month.


Alumna Crissy Hinojosa, Information Systems Lecturer in the College of Business Administration


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