RAWLS COLLEGE OF BUSINESS TO HONOR OUTSTANDING ALUMNI
April 20, 2005
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date: April 19, 2005
CONTACT: Jeff Stoughton, email@example.com
LUBBOCK – The Texas Tech University Rawls College of Business will honor three of
its outstanding alumni Thursday (April 21) at their annual Alumni Recognition Awards
dinner at the Lubbock Country Club. This year’s honorees are Kent R. Hance, David
A. Reed and Bobby G. Stevenson.
Hance, a 1965 graduate of Texas Tech, is a former state senator and former representative
of the 19th Congressional District. He also served as chairman of the Texas Railroad
Commission. He is currently an attorney with Hance, Scarborough, Wright, Woodward
& Weisbart, with offices in Austin, Dallas and Washington, D.C.
Reed, a 1970 graduate, has more than 35 years of experience as a global executive.
He served as senior vice chair of Ernst & Young, LLP, one of the world’s largest professional
service firms. He currently works as the managing partner for his family’s investment
fund, Causeway Capital Partners, LP. He is also co-founder of ANSRSource, Inc., a
global information technology and business process outsourcing company.
Stevenson attended Tech from 1959 to 1963 and received an honorary doctorate from
Texas Tech in 1998. Stevenson serves on the Rawls College of Business Advisory Council.
He is responsible for several Texas Tech scholarship programs for deserving students.
Stevenson is the co-founder of CIBER, Inc., an international systems integration company.
He was named “Technical Entrepreneur of the Year” in 1997 by Ernst & Young.
CONTACT: Susan Brown, alumni/PR director, Rawls College of Business, (806) 742-1571