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JMSB Dean's Awards

Faculty and staff members recognized for exceptional achievements
January 10, 2012
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By Yuri Mytko

The accomplishments of five individuals were celebrated at an awards ceremony and reception held December 6 by the John Molson School of Business (JMSB).

The JMSB Dean’s Awards were established in 2008 to recognize exceptional faculty members for their scholarly and teaching achievements, as well as staff who have distinguished themselves in terms of support service.

“2011 was another very successful year for JMSB,” said Interim Dean Alan Hochstein in his opening remarks. “Our students continue to impress; our faculty members continue to reach new heights in their respective areas of research, and, our institution continues to play a positive role in the community.”

“JMSB’s overall success is dependent on the collective efforts of its dedicated faculty and staff,” he added.

Hochstein thanked a long list of individuals who in 2011 reached key milestones in their years of service to Concordia, and were honoured last November at the university’s Long Service Luncheon. He also thanked a number of people retiring in the new year, and welcomed JMSB’s newest faculty members.

Prior to announcing the award recipients, Hochstein congratulated Mahesh Sharma from the Department of Decision Sciences and Management Information Systems for being named Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, and presented him with a certificate from the Society.

2011 JMSB Dean’s Awards Recipients

Distinguished Scholarship
Hakkyun Kim, Department of Marketing (Junior Scholar Award)

Teaching Excellence

Edward Wong, Department of Finance (Full-time Undergraduate Award)
Ulrich Wassmer, Department of Management (Full-time Graduate Award)

Staff Recognition Award

Malcolm MacPhail, Centre for Instructional Technology

From left to right: Edward Wong, Ulrich Wassmer, Hakkyun Kim, Malcolm MacPhail, Mahesh Sharma. | Photos by Katie
From left to right: Edward Wong, Ulrich Wassmer, Hakkyun Kim, Malcolm MacPhail, Mahesh Sharma. | Photos by Katie Malazdrewicz

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