Ford, CES pair for mobility app

Later this year nonprofit organizations and volunteers may be able to connect and work together thanks to an app being developed by students and faculty in the College of Engineering & Science. The $200,000 Bill Ford Better World Challenge grant is an innovative global program in which Ford employees work …

New advisors named to CBA board

Five prominent business and nonprofit leaders have joined the CBA Board of Advisors. They are Lenora Hardy-Foster ’88, ’96, president and CEO of the Judson Center Feras Shammami ’97, ’01, vice president of Level One Bank Roselini Burres ’83, finance director at Ford Motor Co. Timothy Gargaro ’76, chief financial …

CBA racks up the honors

Due to great work being done on campus and by its alumni, the College of Business Administration has been ranked nationally for the quality of its programming. The prestigious U.S. News & World Report rankings put both the undergraduate and MBA degrees among the Top 20 Management programs in the …

Get to Know: Cynthia Zolnierek ’81

Cynthia Zolnierek was drawn to nursing because she wanted to care for people. She started her career caring and advocating for patients; today, as executive director of the Texas Nurses Association, her focus is advocating for other nurses. “I worked as a nurse’s assistant at a nursing home in high …