Engaged and Integrated Scholar Lunch Series
The Engaged and Integrated Scholar Lecture Series is a lunch event held once a semester which spotlights Texas Tech University faculty who focus on engaged scholarship while integrating their methodologies and findings into their professional work, pedagogy, and classroom performance expectations. This series is designed to increase faculty, student, and staff understanding of what engaged and integrated scholarship is, expound on best practices to encourage scholarship and to foster discussion on differing theoretical perspectives of engaged scholarship and cross-institutional discussion and collaboration.
Contact Nicholas Cordes at 806-742-7017 for more information about attending a session or becoming a featured scholar.
SPRING 2013 LECTURE
DR. FRANCISCO DELGADILLO
APRIL 26th, 12:00 - 1:00pm
LUBBOCK ROOM - S.U.B.
Registration for Event is now full as of 4/22
Well Rounded Students Become Excellent Professionals:
Engaging students through research, student organization involvement and study abroad programs
For today's university student, a complete and rewarding college education is much more than attending classes and earning good grades. In this globally competitive job market and difficult economic downturn, students need an edge that will separate them from others when searching for outstanding career opportunities. Study abroad programs, student organization involvement and relevant research provides students with a better opportunity to attain the employment of their choice and give them a greater chance to achieve success in their respective careers.
Dr. Francisco Delgadillo is an associate professor of practice at the Rawls College of Business Information Systems and Quantitative Sciences department. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Notre Dame and an MBA as well as a PhD from Texas Tech. Dr. Delgadillo has received numerous teaching awards including the Mortar Board/ODK Outstanding Faculty Award and is the two-time recipient of the Daily Toreador Best Professor at Texas Tech Award. He serves as faculty advisor for the Texas Tech Mortar Board Honor Society, the Saddle Tramps Spirit and Leadership Organization, and the Multicultural Student Business Association. In addition, he serves as a mentor to college students through the Mentor Tech program. Dr. Delgadillo has conducted numerous faculty led programs to Seville, Spain as well as Merida, Mexico. His work experience includes positions as a senior electrical engineer in the aerospace industry as well as a business systems consultant. His research interests are in the areas of Quality Control as well as Ethics in Information Systems.