He is currently an instructor in the Area of Management at the Rawls College of Business at Texas Tech University. He teaches Human Resource management and Organization and Management. He earned a BBA in management from Texas A&M University and a MBA in management from Texas Tech University. Most of his career has been spent in the business world. He worked for Southwestern Bell Telephone for 30 years, retiring in 1994. He served as President of the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce for 6 years and have taught for the past 10 years.
Dr. Francisco Delgadillo
Dr. Francisco Delgadillo is the faculty director for diversity at the Texas Tech Rawls College of Business and an associate professor of practice within the Information Systems and Quantitative Sciences department. He earned a Bachelor's of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Notre Dame, as well as an MBA and PhD from the Texas Tech University Rawls College of Business. Dr. Delgadillo has received numerous teaching awards including the Mortar Board/ODK Outstanding Faculty Award as well as the Daily Toreador Best Professor Award at Texas Tech (two time recipient). He serves as mentor to college students through the Mentor Tech program and the Rawls Business Leadership Program and also as faculty advisor for the Multicultural Student Business Association, Women in Business, Tech Club Golf and the Delta Psi Chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma. Dr. Delgadillo works closely with the International Business Office promoting study abroad programs and has conducted numerous faculty led programs to Spain and Portugal, Mexico as well as Brazil and Chile. Dr. Delgadillo's work experience includes positions as a senior electrical engineer in the aerospace industry as well as a business systems consultant. His research interests include Quality Assurance and Quality Control as well as Ethics in Information Systems.
Dr. Laura Cardella
Initiated Spring 2017
Recieved her Ph.D in Finance at the University of Arizona in 2012; She has been teaching at Texas Tech University since June 1, 2012; She teaches BA 7000, Research, 3 courses. FIN 3320, Financial Management, 12 courses. FIN 4327, Derivative Securities and Markets, 6 courses. FIN 4381, Individual Problems in Finance, 1 course. FIN 4383, Special Topics in Finance, 1 course. FIN 4385, Senior Finance Seminar, 7 courses. FIN 5328, Options and Futures, 1 course. FIN 5336, Individual Study in Finance: Derivative Securities, 1 course. FIN 6036, Seminar in Special Topics in Finance: Programming and Finance Databases, 1 course. FIN 6122, Research Seminar in Finance, 1 course. FIN 6136, Seminar in Special Topics in Finance, 1 course.
Dr. Jim Wetherbe
James (Jim) Wetherbe has a Ph.D. in Management Information Systems, Organizational Behavior, and Computer Science with over 40 years experience in academia and industry. Experience includes professorial and administrative positions in higher education including the Universities of Minnesota, Memphis, Houston, and Texas Tech; and management positions with computing, energy, and consulting companies. Rated as one of the top 12 consultants and lecturers on MIS by Information Week, also ranked as one of the 20 most influential scholars in the field. Co-recipient of the first MIS Quarterly Distinguished Scholar Award, author or co-author of 35 books (including multiple editions) and widely published in top journals with over 13,000 citations. Jim has brought in over $15 million in funded research during academic career. He served on the Board of several major corporations including Best Buy and CIBER. He was honored as Distinguished alumnus of Texas Tech and New Mexico State Universities and in the Hall of Fame of New Mexico State University.
Dr. Mark Moore
Recived his Ph.D in Finance at Rutgers Univeristy in 2001; he has been teaching at Texas Tech University since 2006; He teaches BA 4383, Special Topics in Business: Accounting and Finance Scholar's Program, 1 course. BA 7000, Research, 3 courses. FIN 3320, Financial Management, 25 courses. FIN 3321, Financial Statement Analysis, 28 courses. FIN 3324, Investments, 1 course. FIN 4385, Senior Finance Seminar, 7 courses. FIN 5324, Financial Statement Analysis and Equity Valuation, 5 courses. FIN 5336, Individual Study In Fin: Financial Statement Analysis, 1 course.
Dr. Mayukh Dass
Inittied Spring 2018
Professor of Marketing at the Rawls College of Business, Texas Tech University. He is currently serving as the Associate Dean of Graduate Programs and Research, and as the Program Director of the Rawls Business Leadership Program at Rawls College of Business, Texas Tech University.
Dr. Stephen Buschbom
Inittied Spring 2018
An assistant professor in the Area of Finance. He is the co-advisor for the Real Estate Organization and is currently teaching Real Estate Finance. Buschbom received both his B.B.A. in Real Estate and his Ph.D. in Business Administration with a concentration in real estate and a minor in finance from the University of Georgia