Edgar Manton
Dr. Edgar J. Manton
Texas A&M University-Commerce
Business Administration & MIS 
Email: Edgar.Manton@tamuc.edu 
Curriculum Vitae



Awards and Honors

  • Received Award for Significant Contributions to the University Council of Jamaica, Kingston. Jamaica October 2007. 
  • Co-recipient Clute Institute for Best Paper Award "Business Deans Views on Communication Competencies needed for initial employment", (2007).
  • Co-recipient Distinguished Research Award, Allied Academies for paper entitled 'The  Extent of Gift Authorships in Business Journals", Jacksonville, FL. (April 2007).
  • Best Paper Award "What students admit to not knowing about personal finance," Applied Business Research Conference, Orlando, FL. (January 2006). 
  • Co-recipient of the Distinguished Research Award, Allied Academies for paper entitled" Have business instructors changed their perceptions on business ethics?", (2004)
  • Received Allied Academies Award for Distinguished Paper presented at the annual conference in October 2001. Business Communication Instructors, AACSB College of Business Deans and Human Resource Manager Perception of Business Ethics, (co-authored with Don English and Jan Walker). (2001). 
  • Recognized for significant contributions to the Real Estate Educators Association along with all previous Presidents  of REEA (14) at the annual REEA conference in Louisville, KY. (May 1995). 
  • As chairman, received Committee of the Year Award for Academic Paper Program, Real Estate Educator's Association. (1985). 
  • Received Texas Real Estate Teacher's Association's  Award for Outstanding Contribution to real estate education. Houston, TX. (1985). 
  • President, Real Estate Educator's Association 1982-83.
  • President, Texas Real Estate Teacher's Association, 1979-80.
  • President, ETSU Chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma, 1978-79.
  • Co-recipient of NASA outstanding achievement award for being a member of the team which developed an innovative award fee contract system for support service contracts. (1968).

Professional positions