University of Texas at Dallas Honors: Faculty Members Deserve Honor, New Leadership Role
Media Relations Office
May 21, 2021
The prize rewards people who have demonstrated an exemplary record in research, teaching and service in the field of public human resources management.
“I am extremely honored and honored to receive the ASPA Outstanding Investigator Award,” said Sabharwal. “Thank you to all of my students for inspiring me to be a better scholar, teacher and person. Thank you to all of my mentors, colleagues and the entire human resources community for continuing to inspire me with their research and scholarly contributions.”
ASPA, the largest professional association of U.S. public administration, works to advance the art, science, education, and practice of public and nonprofit administration. Established in 1979, the Company’s Personnel Administration and Labor Relations Section promotes the importance of human resource management and labor relations in public service organizations.
Sabharwal’s research has been published in numerous academic journals, including the Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, Public administration and Review of public personnel administration. His research focuses on the management of public human resources, specifically related to diversity in the workplace, job satisfaction, performance, comparative human resource management and highly skilled immigrants.
A speaker appointed president of the Prospanica section
Dr Maria Gomez Albrecht, lecturer in marketing Executive MBA and MBA in Global Leadership programs in the Naveen Jindal School of Management at UT Dallas, was elected president of the Dallas-Fort Worth chapter of Prospanica for his 2021 term.
Prospanica is a nationwide nonprofit organization that promotes and advocates for the growth of Hispanic MBAs and business professionals in American businesses.
As President of DFW, Albrecht will be responsible for developing and leading local strategies to grow the chapter’s membership and increase its value to its members.
“The strategic vision for next year is to maintain the chapter’s leadership position in the Metroplex as the premier organization for Hispanic professionals to reach their full educational, economic and social potential,” said Albrecht.
“The focus will remain on helping Hispanic professionals and students connect, grow and thrive in their careers,” she said.
Albrecht, who received his PhD in Business Administration and Management from SMC University, brings more than 25 years of business experience to the classroom. She has extensive experience in national and international marketing, e-commerce, sales operations, project management, data analysis, supply chain and supplier management. Fluent in Spanish and Portuguese, she is also fluent in business French and Italian.
This press release was prepared by University of Texas at Dallas. The opinions expressed here are those of the author.