Leading Texas Boy Scouts
In March 2017 after a 20-year career in higher education, George F. Niebling IV (Delta Iota–Texas-Arlington ’89) took a position with the Texas Trails Council of the Boy Scouts of America to serve the youth of West Central Texas as a District Executive.
Mr. Niebling has been a member of the faculty at Abilene Christian University, Hardin-Simmons University, Tarrant County College and Texas State Technical College where he also held an appointment as Director of the Student Service Center.
He has also served transitional positions as Director of Student Affairs at The College of St. Thomas More and Director of Education at Dallas Nursing Institute.
The bulk of his teaching portfolio is in Business & Professional Communication, Public Speaking, and the Fundamentals of Communication course. He has also taught courses in College Student Success, Ethics, Logic, and MS Office applications.
A nationally recognized speaker on student success and transfer student issues, Niebling has innovated new ways to help both students and institutions engage the transfer and student success process with a goal of saving students three critical items: time; academic credit; and money.
Prior to his appointment as Assistant Director of the National Institute for the Study of Transfer Students, George Niebling served a variety of roles at the direction of the Vice President for Student Development at the University of North Texas including Strategic Initiatives Director, Director of Fiscal Operations, and as Research Assistant to the Vice President.
He holds an M.A. in Communication from Abilene Christian University and a B.A. from the University of Texas at Arlington. Mr. Niebling completed doctoral study at the University of North Texas.