UTSA College of Business names assistant dean
(Jan. 21, 2005)--Consuelo Ramirez, senior lecturer in the Department of Management, recently was named assistant dean of undergraduate studies in the UTSA College of Business (COB). Ramirez began Jan. 10 in her new position.
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"We are delighted that Dr. Ramirez has joined the College of Business team as assistant dean for undergraduate studies," said COB Interim Dean Lynda de la Vina. "She is a well-respected colleague and faculty member in the college and is known for her mentoring and support of undergraduate students."
Ramirez began her teaching career at UTSA in the fall of 2001. In addition to her teaching duties, she serves as the adviser to the Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) organization. Ramirez was named a Sam M. Walton Free Enterprise Fellow at the 2004 SIFE regional competition in recognition of her leadership and support of the program. At the competition, the college chapter was named Rookie of the Year.
Prior to coming to UTSA, she worked for 15 years at USAA as a consultant, adviser and instructor in leadership and organizational development. She earned a bachelor's degree in education from Texas Woman's University, a master of education degree from Texas Tech University and a doctorate in leadership studies from Our Lady of the Lake University.