Areas to Support:
Joe A. Cox Endowed Fund for HR Management
The Joe A. Cox Endowed Fund in the Hankamer School of Business for Human Resource Management Excellence is a permanent endowment used for the benefit of the Department of Management to provide operating support to the Human Resource Management (HRM) program. The funds have been used for such activities as:
- Providing travel and registration costs for students to attend conferences and educational symposia about human resource management,
- Hosting HRM professionals in HRM classes and at the Baylor Association for Human Resource Management meetings,
- Offering networking opportunities with corporate and company recruiters for HRM students,
- Promoting growth of the HRM major through outreach and marketing opportunities, and
- Hosting Homecoming festivities to connect with HRM alumni and create departmental camaraderie.
DeGoey Faculty Research Endowed Fund in Management
The Thomas R. and Amy Breunig DeGoey Faculty Research Endowed Fund in Management has been established for the benefit of the Hankamer School of Business to promote and accelerate the research activities among the Department of Management faculty. During the 2017-18 academic year, the eleven tenured faculty members of the Department of Management also contributed to this fund. The distributions from this fund will be used to help faculty members fund required activities for peer-reviewed research. Examples of good funding opportunities include reducing costs associated with running behavioral lab studies, reducing or removing financial barriers associated with the acquisition of data or datasets, or a revise and resubmit from a journal editor that requires additional data collection.
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Dr. Blaine McCormick
Chair, Department of Management