UTSA College of Business Newsletter
June 7, 2013
Alumni Gala 2013

U.S./Mexico border
Students Learn About Business Along the Texas-Mexico Border

Since 2008, the UTSA College of Business and the University of Texas-Pan American (UTPA) have partnered to offer a joint three-week course each summer that is designed to offer students a view of the business practices along the Texas-Mexico border corridor, one of the most dynamic economic regions in the world. Led by distinguished UTSA marketing professor Daniel Tablada and UTPA management professor John Sargent, students travel between San Antonio and the Rio Grande Valley to meet and learn from established business leaders and top-level management about how to make good international management, marketing and entrepreneurial decisions.
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Tony Ciochetti
Real Estate Chair Tony Ciochetti Brings Innovative Ideas to Program

Tony Ciochetti, executive director of the Real Estate Finance and Development program and the Elmo James Burke Jr. Chair in the College of Business, has been charged with leading the college's real estate finance and development programming, expanding graduate programming in this area and developing strategic partnerships. Ciochetti's approach centers on the role commercial real estate has in the world's built environment. He believes real estate developers have a responsibility to work more closely with city planners and designers to create sustainable buildings that have a positive impact on the people who live, work and play in our diverse communities.
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Dan Hollas recognizes retiree Rudy Sandoval
College of Business Faculty and Staff Members Recognized

The College of Business recognized the outstanding contributions of faculty and staff members during an annual awards ceremony. Faculty retirees were John Darling, distinguished senior lecturer in management; Rudy Sandoval, associate professor of business law; Dianne Stone, professor of management; and Eugene Stone-Romero, professor of management. Ten faculty members were honored for excellence in the areas of teaching, research and service and two staff members received Dean's Excellence Awards for their contributions to the college.
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Golf tournament committee
Accounting Golf Tournament Raises Over $37,000 for Scholarships

The 21st annual Kathleen Reymann Keil Memorial Scholarship Golf Tournament benefiting UTSA accounting students raised more than $37,000 this spring. Tournament committee members were Chairman Joe Hernandez, ’93; Linda Doubrava; Michael Johnston, MS '99; Chris Rosas, '00, MBA ’02; Derek Schriver, '05, MS ’07; and Stewart Wedge, MA '07. Tournament winners were Rush Enterprises (1st), Weaver (2nd) and Serrano State Tax Consulting (3rd).
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