Everyone shops. And the ever-changing retailing industry allows you to replenish at will. So when retail leaders get together, like they’re doing this week in Dallas, they seek inspiration from other experts who also are looking for new ways to engage with and attract shoppers. The two-day Texas A&M Center for Retailing Summit, appropriately enough, is held at Westin Galleria. The 21-story hotel adjoins the 200-store Galleria mall. The summit pays for scholarships for students attending Texas A&M’s Center for Retailing Studies, which is part of the Mays Business School. Read more at The Dallas Morning News.