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Misty Sabol

Misty Sabol

Associate Professor of Business, Lone Star College – University Park

 Misty Sabol

Misty A. Sabol is an Associate Professor of Business at Lone Star College – University Park. During her tenor in higher education, Misty has presented at multiple national and Houston area conferences. Her research interests include technology's impact on business and the role of international studies and diversity programs within organizations. Prior to her teaching career in higher education, she worked for 10 years as a stock option analyst and compliance coordinator of global equity plans for various MNCs.  

Education

University of New Orleans, B.S. – Business Administration

University of Alabama, M.A. – Management

Presentations

Texas Open Innovation Conference – "Innovation Spaces, Why Is This a Thing?"

Texas Open Innovation Conference – "Cultivating Innovation DNA and Spreading It Around Campus"

League for Innovation – "Innovation in Creating Collaborative Environments for Experiential Teaching and Learning"

League for Innovation – "Developing Experiential Curricula: Teaching With Innovative Learning Technologies"

The International Education Conference – "Why Diversity Programs Fail"

News

Pursuing Her Vocation, Ministry Alumna Found UD

Debra Ricard, MPM ’20, already had a master’s degree when she decided to enter the master’s program at UD. With a B.A. in architecture from Washington University in St. Louis and a master’s in architecture from the Catholic University of America, Ricard still did not feel she had found her vocation.

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University Community Remembers Joyful Sister, Alumna

Sister Mary Brian Bole, BA ’67, was joyful. Her joy and enthusiasm permeated everything she did, from teaching and administrating at numerous Catholic schools (including Bishop Dunne, the Highlands School and Nolan Catholic in the Dallas/Fort Worth area as well as schools in Louisiana and Mississippi), to working in the Office of Undergraduate Admission at UD, to delivering a paper at a political science convention in Hungary just a few years ago.

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