Texas Tech University

Faculty Ambassador

Don Stull

Don received a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering and an MBA from Texas Tech University. Don is an Instructor in Entrepreneurship at the Rawls College of Business at Texas Tech. Do has expertise in multiple industries, including medical, biotechnology, engineering, telecommunications, and consulting. Don is President and CEO of MicroZap, a Biotech company utilizing microwaves to make food safe to eat and extend shelf life. Don has negotiated license terms for MicroZap with the world’s largest Bakery. Don holds 4 US patents and is a Senior Member of the Academy of Inventors. Don founded ViVi, LLC a family business to introduce new food inventions. Don also founded CardiArc, a nuclear cardiology device company. Don serves on the Board of Smartfield an AgTech company. Don was a founder and officer of Alamosa PCS that IPO’d on the NASDAQ and sold to Sprint in a cash deal worth over $4 Billion.