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Texas A&M University

Mays Business School

Texas A&M University, currently enrolling more than 45,000 students, is the oldest public university in the state. One of its most cherished traditions and legacies is the Corp of Cadets. With the exception of the service academies, A&M’s Corps makes up the nation’s largest uniformed student body, with approximately 1,800 students participating, and annually commissions more officers than any other institution. To date, more than 220 former cadets have achieved the rank of general or admiral. Since 1968, Mays Business School has been training ethical business leaders to impact the global society. Mays is nationally ranked among public business schools for the quality of its academic programs and faculty scholarship and currently enrolls more than 4,000 undergraduate students and 875 graduate students. Mays is home to seven centers that advance innovative theory and best practices in a broad range of business functional areas including new ventures and entrepreneurship. These centers offer a direct connect for faculty and professionals to collaborate on research, and for students to be exposed to ideas advancing business today.

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Texas A&M EBV Staff

  • Blake Petty

    Director

  • Dr. Dick Lester

    Executive Director

  • Shanna Spencer

    Program Manager

EBV Texas A&M Sponsors

  • Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo
  • Robin ’76 and Bob ’72 Starnes
  • Sue and Bill ’54 Cicherski
  • Todd Brock Family Foundation
  • Zale Foundation
  • Stephanie ’85 and Todd ’85 Routh
  • Brandie ’95 and Tim ’92 Prichard
  • Plains Capital Bank
  • John Anderson
  • Texas A&M Corps of Cadets
  • Association of Former Students of Texas A&M
  • Mays Businesss School Center for Executive Development of Texas A&M
  • Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Wallace
  • Nancy and Bill ’82 Starnes
  • Carrie ’91 and Ryan ’90 Robinson
  • Joseph Cerami
  • Kevin Cogan
  • Joe Chavara
  • Larry Levine ’71
  • Lewis Hiltpold ’72
  • Cathy Vann
  • Douglas Brown ’82
  • R.H. Kopecky, Jr. ’72
  • Howard Perry (COL Ret.) ’68
  • John Lister ’60
  • Wells Fargo Bank
  • USAA
  • Congressman Bill Flores
  • Jack Threet
  • Bank of America
  • Walmart
  • Humana