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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 1, 2017 Media Contact: Ben Heverly, heverly@whiteboardadvisors.com, 202-851-3622  Texas Higher Education Community Launches Unified Giving Initiative to Provide Emergency Aid to College Students Impacted by Hurricane Harvey  Harvey HELP will enable individuals, institutions, foundations, and corporations to contribute funds for emergency aid for Texas college students as they recover from storm and return to classroom  [Dr. Steven...Read more  

Dr. Dongnyoung Kim, assistant professor of finance in the College of Business at Texas A&M University-Kingsville, was honored to have a paper he wrote with a colleague referenced in a recent story in the Wall Street Journal. The paper, entitled CEO Political Ideology, and Mergers and Acquisitions Decision, is about how CEO political ideology has an impact on the decision-making process, particularly in mergers and acquisitions, Kim said. It was originally part of his dissertation and was...Read more  

Javelina Nation came together today, Tuesday, Sept. 19, to officially break ground for the new music education complex at Texas A&M University-Kingsville. The initial ceremony was held inside Jones Auditorium, adjacent to the construction site, and the action moved outdoors for the official turning of the soil. The building is being built by SpawGlass. Craig Reynolds of Brown Reynolds Watford Architects in Dallas is the principal architect. The basic building will cost $47.9 million with...Read more  

The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents recently approved emeritus status for four retired members of the Texas A&M University-Kingsville faculty and staff. Fred Nuesch has the longest tenure of any of the honorees, putting in 34 years and being named Sports Information Director Emeritus. Nuesch began working at Texas A&I University in 1968 and retired from the SID position in 2003. He remains on campus as coordinator for external relations for the athletic...Read more  

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