LeBow Presents 2010-11 Research and Teaching Awards
The Faculty Awards Luncheon, presented annually by LeBow College of Business, recognizes the accomplishments of faculty and Ph.D. students. The following faculty members were recognized during the recently held event:
Wenjing Shen, Ph.D., assistant professor of decision sciences, and Mark Vargus, Ph.D., assistant professor of accounting, were recognized for excellence in research.
Hazem Maragah, Ph.D. associate professor of decision sciences, was recognized with the 2011 Dean’s Award for Outstanding Leadership.
Jie Cai, Ph.D., and Naveen Daniel, Ph.D., both associate professors of finance; Jonathan Ziegert, Ph.D., associate professor of management, and Barbara Grein, Ph.D., associate professor of accounting, were recognized as distinguished research fellows.
Elliot Schreiber, Ph.D., clinical professor of marketing, was recognized for excellence in teaching.
Jennifer Wright, CPA, associate clinical professor of accounting, was recognized as the Center for Teaching Excellence Distinguished Teaching Fellow.
Dana D’Angelo, clinical professor of general business, was recognized for winning Drexel University’s 2010 – 2011 Barbara Hornum Excellence in Teaching Award.
At the event, the Ph.D. Program and the Centers for Research and Teaching Excellence announced the Ph.D. candidates who have received teaching and research awards:
Boryana V. Dimitrova, a fourth year Ph.D. candidate in marketing, won the award for Outstanding Behavioral Stream Research Paper for “Globalization and Store Choice: Evidence from Grocery Retailing in Transition Economies” (co-authored with Bert Rosenbloom, Ph.D., and Trina Andras, Ph.D.).
Ruo Du a fourth year Ph.D. candidate in decision sciences won the Outstanding Economics Stream Research Paper award for “Coordination of Two-Echelon Supply Chains Using Wholesale Price Discount and Credit Option” (Co-authored with Vij Banerjee, Ph.D., and Seung-Lae Kim, Ph.D.).
James Denicco, a fourth year Ph.D. candidate in economics, won the award for Outstanding Ph.D. Teaching Assistant for economics.
Mark Tribbitt, a fifth year Ph.D. candidate in management, won the Outstanding Ph.D. Student Instructor Award for classes in management.
Robert Lee, a Ph.D. candidate in accounting, was recognized with the award for Outstanding Ph.D. Teaching Assistant for accounting.