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Awards & Recognition

The John W. Teets Outstanding Teaching Award

Established in 1999, the John W. Teets Outstanding Teaching Award recognizes instructors and graduate assistants who are chosen by students as the most elite members of the academic and teaching community.

The undergraduate and graduate professors who win the Teets Outstanding Teaching Award are each awarded $5,500 and the award for each graduate teaching assistant is $2,250.

2014 John W. Teets Outstanding Teaching Award Winners:

  • Teets Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award: Lonnie Ostrom, Marketing
  • Teets Outstanding Graduate Teaching Award: Donald Goldman, Accountancy
  • Teets Graduate Teaching Assistant Award: Mark Licandro, Accountancy

Huizingh Award for Outstanding Undergraduate Teachers

  • Altaf Ahmad, Information Systems
  • Adriana Samper, Marketing

Huizingh Award for Undergraduate Service to Students

  • Renee Hughner, Morrison School of Agribusiness

Faculty Research Award

  • Thomas Choi, Supply Chain Management

Faculty Hall of Fame

The Faculty Hall of Fame was established in 1977 to recognize retired and semi-retired faculty members who have made extraordinary contributions to the advancement of business education and to the W. P. Carey School overall. 2014 inductees are:

  • Elmer Gooding, Professor Emeritus, Economics
  • Joseph Schultz, Professor Emeritus, Accountancy
  • James Ward, Professor Emeritus, Marketing