San Antonio-based Frost Bank has committed a $100,000 gift from the Myra
Stafford Pryor Charitable Trust to provide state-of-the art presentation technology for Mays’ new facility, the Jerry and Kay Cox Graduate Business Center.

The Cox Graduate Business Center expansion to the Wehner Building helps Mays meet the need for classroom and special-purpose educational facilities. With the growth of Mays’ graduate education programs, the Cox Center also provides additional office space and enables the school to continue enhancing its research and teaching efforts at all levels. The Frost Bank gift will equip the 10 MBA seminar rooms with the most advanced presentation systems available.

“This gift will enable our MBA students to use and experience the latest technologies available in the business world,” comments Dean Jerry Strawser. “It is critical that we have the resources to attract the top young minds to Mays Business School, and resources such as these will allow us to do just that.”