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Faculty Teaching Awards


Faculty Awards: Undergraduate | Evening | Graduate | WEMBA

Undergraduate Division Teaching Awards

The David Hauck Award for Outstanding Teaching the most prestigious in Wharton's Undergraduate Division, is given to recipients for their ability to lead, stimulate, and challenge students, knowledge of the latest research in the field, and the commitment to educational leadership. The 2002 recipients are:

Dr. Thomas Donaldson, Mark O.Winkelman Professor of Legal Studies received the David Hauck Award for Excellence in Teaching in the Standing Faculty, 2002. He also received Outstanding Teaching Awards in the Standing Faculty, Undergraduate, 2002 and the Class of 1984 Award and the Excellence in Teaching Award (Graduate Division) for 2002. Dr. Maurice Schweitzer, Assistant Professor of Operations & Information Management also recieved the David Hauck Award for Excellence in Teaching in the Standing Faculty, 2002 and Outstanding Teaching Awards in the Standing Faculty, Undergraduate, 2002.

The Marc & Sheri Rapaport Core Teaching Award recognizes teaching excellence in the undergraduate core. The Award is based on course evaluation ratings and can be received only once.

Dr. William S. Laufer, associate professor of legal studies and sociology is the recipient of the Mark & Sheri Rapaport Core Teaching Award for 2002. Dr. Laufer is the previous winner of the Miller-Sherred MBA Core Teaching Award, 2000; David W. Hauck Award for Outstanding Teaching in the Undergraduate Division in 1991 and 1997; and the Excellence in Teaching Award (Undergraduate Division), nine times. He also received the Class of 1984 Award and the Excellence in Teaching Award (Graduate Division) in 2002.


Awards for Excellence in Teaching Among the Standing Faculty:

  • Dr. Domenico Cuoco, associate professor of finance
  • Dr. Wayne Guay, assistant professor of accounting
  • Dr. William F. Hamilton, Ralph Landau Professor of Management and Technology
  • Dr. Daniel Hunter, assistant professor of legal studies
  • Dr. Larry W. Hunter, assistant professor of management
  • Dr. Andrew Metrick, assistant professor of finance
  • Dr. Felix Oberholzer-Gee, assistant professor of business & public policy
  • Dr. Christophe Van den Bulte, assistant professor of marketing

William G. Whitney Award for Distungished Undergraduate Teaching Among the Affiliated Faculty:

  • Dr. Martin A. Asher, adjunct associate professor of finance
  • Dr. Jerrilyn Green Marston, lecturer in legal studies
  • Dr. Howard Perlmutter, emeritus professor of management
  • Dr. Nicholas Rongione, lecturer in legal studies
  • Dr. Lawrence White, lecturer in legal studies

Faculty Awards: Undergraduate | Evening | Graduate | WEMBA

Wharton Evening School Faculty Awards

Professor of the Year Award:

  • Dr. Francis LaMay, lecturer, Wharton

Sigma Kappa Phi Honor Fraternity Outstanding Professor Award:

  • Dr. David A. Cather, adjunct associate professor of insurance and risk management

Directors Award for Excellence in Teaching:

  • Dr. Ross A. Webber, emeritus professor of management

Faculty Awards: Undergraduate | Evening | Graduate | WEMBA

Graduate Division Teaching Awards

The Helen Kardon Moss Anvil Award is awarded to one faculty member "who has exemplified outstanding teaching quality during the last year" and is elected by the MBA student body. The winner is determined using a weighted-average number of votes that takes into consideration the number of students he has taught in the past year. In addition to receiving a cash award, the recipient is also recognized at Spring Salute and graduation. The 2001-2002 academic year marks the twenty-first award season.

Dr. Felix Oberholzer-Gee, assistant professor of business and public policy, is this year's recipient of the Helen Kardon Moss Anvil Award. Dr. Oberholzer-Gee is also a recipient of Excellence in Teaching Award (Graduate Division) for 2000 and for this academic year.

The Excellence in Teaching Awards are given by the WGA to the eight professors with the highest overall ratings, calculated from the student course evaluation forms. The professor must have taught at least two semesters' worth of course hours during the last two semesters (spring and fall of 2001). The professor with the highest overall rating also receives the Class of 1984 Award.

The Class of the 1984 Award recipient is:

Dr. Philip Berger, associate professor of accounting, is the 2002 recipient of the Class of 1984 Award. Dr. Berger received this award in 2001 as well. He is also a past recipient of the Helen Kardon Moss Anvil Award and the Miller-Sherrerd MBA Core Teaching. An Excellence in Teaching Award has also been given to Dr. Berger for this academic year.

Excellence in Teaching Award recipients are:

 

Dr. Franklin Allen, Nippon Life Professor of Finance and Economics, has won the Excellence in Teaching Award for eight consecutive years for teaching FNCE 601 (Financial Analysis). This year Dr. Allen received the prestigious Lindback Award for distinguished teaching.

Dr. Stuart Diamond, practice professor of legal studies, is a three-time winner of the Excellence in Teaching Award.

Dr. Thomas Donaldson, Mark O. Winkleman Professor and professor of legal studies, has received the Excellence in Teaching Award four times. He is also a previous recipient of the Class of 1984 Teaching Award.

Dr. William S. Laufer, associate professor of legal studies, received the David W. Hauck Award for Outstanding Teaching in the Undergraduate Division in 1991 and 1997. He also received the Excellence in Teaching Award (Undergraduate Division) eight times.

Dr. Christian Terwiesch, assistant professor of operations and information management, received the Miller-Sherrerd Teaching Award, 2001 and the MBA Core Curriculum Award, 1998-2000.

Dr. William C. Tyson, associate professor of legal studies, accounting, management, real estate, and law, has received the Class of 1984 Award nine times. This is the 17th time Dr. Tyson has received an Excellence in Teaching Award.


Faculty Awards: Undergraduate | Evening | Graduate | WEMBA

The Miller-Sherrerd MBA Core Teaching Awards are given each year to the eight core faculty who received the highest student ratings in the course evaluation form. The winners are:

Dr. Franklin Allen, Nippon Life Professor of Finance and Economics, has received numerous awards for his teaching excellence including the Class of 1984 Teaching Award, the Helen Kardon Moss Anvil Award, and Excellence in Teaching Award (Graduate and Undergraduate Division). This is the eighth time Dr. Allen has won the Miller-Sherrerd MBA Core Teaching Award.

Dr. Eric Bradlow, assistant professor of marketing and statistics, has been teaching at Wharton since 1996. He is a previous recipient of the Miller-Sherrerd MBA Core Teaching Award in 1999 and in 2001.

Dr. Peter Cappelli, George W. Taylor Professor of Management and Director, Center for Human Resources, has been a recipient of the MBA Core Teaching Awards in 1998 and 1999.

Dr. Thomas Donaldson, Mark O. Winkleman Professor and professor of legal studies, in previous years received the Excellence in Teaching Award (Graduate and Undergraduate Division) and the Class of 1984 Teaching Award. This is the fifth year in a row the Dr. Donaldson has received the Miller-Sherrerd MBA Core Teaching Award. This year he also received the Excellence in Teaching Award (Graduate Division).

Dr. William S. Laufer, associate professor of legal studies, received the David W. Hauck Award for Outstanding Teaching in the Undergraduate Division in 1991 and 1997. He also was the recipient of the Excellence in Teaching Award (Undergraduate Division) in 1990, 1991, 1992, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999 and 2000. This year he also received the Excellence in Teaching Award (Graduate Division).

Dr. Jeremy Siegel, Russell E. Palmer Professor of Finance, has received Excellence in Teaching Awards (Graduate Division) 1991-99; Miller-Sherrerd MBA Core Curriculum Teaching Awards, 1992-2000; MBA Core Curriculum Award, 2000; Outstanding Teaching Award for Distinguished Undergraduate Teaching, 2000; Helen Kardon Moss Anvil Award, 1996; Marc and Sheri Rapaport Undergraduate Core Teaching Award, 1995; Best Business School Professor in the U.S.; Business Week, 1994; Undergraduate Division Excellence in Teaching Award, 2001.

Dr. Phillip Stocken, Harold Stott Term Assistant Professor of Accounting, has also won the Miller-Sherred MVA core Teaching Award in 1999 and 2000.

Dr. Christian Terwiesch, assistant professor of operations and information management is a first time recipient of the Miller-Sherrerd MBA Core Teaching Award. This year he also received the Excellence in Teaching Award (Graduate Division).


Faculty Awards: Undergraduate | Evening | Graduate | WEMBA
WEMBA Program Teaching Awards

Dr. Christian Terwiesch, Assistant Professor of Operations & Information Management, won The Core Teaching Award for OPIM 631, Operations Management Quality and Productivity.

Dr. Ziv Katalan, Assistant Professor of Operations & information Management, won The Elective Teaching Award for OPIM 653, Mathematical Modeling and its Application in Finance.

Dr. Peter Cappelli, George W. Taylor Professor of Management, won The Elective Teaching Award for MGMT 691, Negotiations and Dispute Resolution.

Faculty Awards: Undergraduate | Evening | Graduate | WEMBA

Schieber Memorial Fellowship

The Shannon Schieber Memorial Fellowship was established in the memory of Shannon Schieber and honors an outstanding first-year woman doctoral student in the Wharton School. The criteria for selection include scholarly achievement and dedication to research and a teaching career. This year's recipient is Lerong He, a Ph.D. student in management.

Faculty Awards: Undergraduate | Evening | Graduate | WEMBA


Almanac, Vol. 48, No. 34, May 21, 2002

ISSUE HIGHLIGHTS:

Tuesday,
May 21, 2002
Volume 48 Number 34
www.upenn.edu/almanac/

A National Medal of Science for a pioneering Penn physicist.

SEAS selects two recipients for its annual awards.
Wharton gives awards to dozens of its faculty.
The concern about bicyclists on campus picks up momentum.
Search Committees are formed to advise on selecting two new deans.
Next Tuesday is PPSA's annual meeting and election.
Baccalaureate and Commencement speeches and photographs.
University Council committee year-end reports on Bookstores, Communications, and Community Relations.
The largest voluntary canine blood donor program in the US gets new wheels.

Recognized Holidays for faculty and staff, and revisions to the Academic Calendar.

A dozen new CCTV locations for public spaces are added to those previously approved.