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Edward W. Romero, Ph.D.

Assistant Professional Faculty

Chief Human Resources Officer
Human Resources
Office: Employee Services Building, Room 133 Phone: 903-886-5027

College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources


Professional Vita

Dr. Edward Romero has over 20 years of experience in academia and six (6) years as a self-employed business owner in the financial services industry. Dr. Romero's academic roles vary, but primarily are in administration, human resources, diversity, minority student recruiting, retention, student development, academic advising, and extra-curricular advising. Many positions he has held in academia have been new positions that utilized his strategic, innovative, and creative approach to implementing and establishing new initiatives. Dr. Romero enjoys working with senior management and also helping faculty and staff but is especially passionate about assisting first-generation students new to post-secondary education.

Teaching & Evaluation

College Teaching

Courses Developed (Texas A&M University)

Romero, E. W., & Lau, M. (2001).  Co-developed “Minority Recruitment and Leadership” course. The class provided information to students who were willing to consider recruiting opportunities to ethnic minorities in high schools.  The class focused on College majors, University information from admissions to financial aid, and taught communication and leadership skills.  The course was initially taught as AGED 485 in the Fall 2001 and was one credit hour.  When the course was taught in the Fall 2002 as AGED 380 it was two credit hours as per student’s recommendations.  The course was developed with no compensation for teaching and was successful based on student surveys.     

Townsend, J., & Romero, E. W., (2003).  Co-developed a “Special Topics in Student Retention” course.  The course was developed for students with academic deficiencies.  The course helped students on academic probation improve/learn study habits and cause positive change in their behavior in order to improve academic achievement.  A colleague was considered professor of record but the class was team-taught.  The course was taught as AGLS 489 and was one credit.

Teaching Activities(Texas A&M University) 


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