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March 11, 2004

Award Winning Faculty and Teaching Assistant Announced

Teaching can be defined as activities that educate or instruct or activities that impart knowledge or skill. The College of Business is pleased to announce the names of spring 2004 award winners who have been selected as outstanding educators by the College of Business Alumni Association and by the campus Office of the Provost:

Tom Finnegan. Tom Finnegan, lecturer in accountancy, received the Excellence-in-Teaching Award for Undergraduate Teaching. Finnegan received his award at the 2004 Spring Luncheon held in Chicago. The award is given by the College of Business Alumni Association.
Nicholas Petruzzi. Nicholas Petruzzi, assistant professor of business administration, received the Excellence-in-Teaching Award for Graduate Teaching at the Spring Luncheon. His award is also given by the College of Business Alumni Association at the Spring Luncheon.
Martin Maurer. Martin Maurer, a PhD student in the College of Education, was awarded the Excellence-in-Teaching Award for Teaching Assistants. Maurer is enrolled in the Department of Human Resource Education but teaches in the Department of Finance. His award is also given by the College of Business Alumni Association at the Spring Luncheon.
Neil Pearson. Neil Pearson, Investors in Business Education Fellow in Finance and professor of finance, was selected to receive the Campus Award for Excellence in Off-Campus Teaching. The award is made by the Provost's Office, and Pearson will be honored during the campus Instructional Awards Banquet in April.

 

 

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