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Faculty members in the College of Business Administration at Texas A&M University-Kingsville have increased their total research papers published by about 320 percent since 2009. Dr. Thomas Krueger, professor in the Department of Accounting and Finance and director of College Faculty Research, said the college had only five research papers published in 2009 but expects to have 21 papers published by the end of 2012. Read more.

arrowAshley Bennington Takes Research Spotlight

Texas A&M-Kingsville is fortunate to have someone conducting research with a keen sense of the written word. Dr. Ashley Bennington’s communication research has resulted in the acceptance of three submissions over the prior year. Dr. Bennington’s emphasis on effective communication is reflected in her Statement of Teaching Philosophy: “Communication enhances our knowledge and improves the skills we use.” She has been both a student of the communications discipline and leader in the effort to improve student communication skills. Read more.

arrowCBA joins with Credit Union in JOB Endeavor

The CBA has partnered with Kingsville Community Federal Credit Union in Kingsville, Texas with the Joint Opportunities for Business & Job Creation (JOB) program. This service learning project will allow business students to hone their skills while providing a wide variety of useful and meaningful services directly to local entrepreneurs and small business owners, including crafting or revising of marketing and business plans at no charge. For additional information or inquiries on CBA service learning opportunities, please email cba@tamuk.edu
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January 2013

Associate Professor Dr. Ashley Bennington in Research Spotlight

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