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May 2020

Officials at the College of Business Administration at Texas A&M University-Kingsville received permission from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board to give a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) designation to students in the information systems program. “The STEM designation will provide the skill set relevant to the economic growth of the region, state, and country and will increase the overall competitiveness in the workplace for our students,” said Dr....

COLLEGE STATION, Texas — The Texas A&M University System Regents on Friday voted  to reopen the System’s 11 university campuses for the fall semester, employing a mixture of face-to-face instruction with remote and online learning. They also directed the System’s eight state agencies to be fully operational by the fall. The plan for the academic school year of 2020-2021 is general guidance that universities and agencies can use in tailoring their individual plans for...

KINGSVILLE (May 15, 2020) — Commencement week at Texas A&M University-Kingsville is normally filled with the hustle and bustle and excitement of one stage in life ending while another begins. But, thanks to COVID-19, nothing is normal.   The administration at Texas A&M-Kingsville did not want their graduating seniors to miss the pomp and circumstance that surrounds commencement, so instead of just one special day, they planned a week of activities, all virtual, of course, to...

Texas A&M University-Kingsville and their food service provider, Aramark, will continue to provide a free lunch to students beginning during intersession Saturday, May 16, through Thursday, May 28, and continuing through Tuesday, June 30. The meals are provided on a to-go basis only at the Javelina Dining Hall in order to ensure social distancing.   Free lunch will be provided from 11 a.m. to 1 p,m. Monday through Sunday at the dining hall. Students must show a valid A&M-Kingsville...

Faculty from the College of Business Administration at Texas A&M University-Kingsville have planned or started research based on the coronavirus COVID-19. Dr. Ruth Chatelain-Jardon, associate professor, and Dr. Jose Daniel, assistant professor, both in the management, marketing, and information systems departments, will look at the moderating effect of technological skill on job demands and employee outcomes. Because of COVID-19, thousands of employees had to conduct their work activities...

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