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Faculty Awards 2014

K.J. Martijn Cremers, Department of Finance, was the winner of the Investment Management Consultants Association (IMCA) Second Annual Academic Paper Competition award for his paper, “Emerging Market Outperformance: Publicly Traded Affiliates of Multinational Corporations.”

Jeff Bergstrand, Department of Finance, received the 2013 Notre Dame Media Legend Award. The Media Legend Award recognizes a faculty member who consistently brings attention to the University’s academic excellence through participation in media relations, the Web and other communications channels.

Faculty Awards 2013

Carl Ackermann, Department of Finance, received the James Dincolo Outstanding Teacher Award

John Affleck-Graves, Department of Finance, received the Arnie Ludwig Outstanding Teacher award, Executive MBA, South Bend

Charles Bamford, Department of Management, received the Leo Burke Outstanding Teacher Award, Executive MBA, Chicago

Robert Battalio, Department of Finance, received the Blessed Basil Anthony Moreau, C.S.C. Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award

Kristin Collett-Schmitt, Department of Finance, was named the Outstanding Professor, Master of Nonprofit Administration

Shane A. Corwin, Department of Finance, received the Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, C.S.C. Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching

James Fuehrmeyer , Department of Accountancy, received the Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, C.S.C. Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching

Timothy Gilbride, Department of Marketing, received the James Dincolo Outstanding Teacher Award

Hong Guo, Department of Management, received the James Dincolo Outstanding Teacher Award

Joe Holt , Executive Education, received the Outstanding Teaching Award, Traditional MBA.

Brian R. Levey , Department of Accountancy, received the Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, C.S.C. Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching

Elizabeth S. Moore, Department of Marketing, received the Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, C.S.C. Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching

Thomas Schaefer , Department of Accountancy, was named the Dincolo Outstanding Professor, M.S. in Accountancy

Faculty Awards 2012

Walter Clements, Department of Finance, received the Leo Burke Outstanding Teacher Award, Executive MBA, Chicago

Margaret M. Forster, Department of Finance, received the Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, C.S.C. Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching and the James Dincolor Outstanding Teacher Award

James Fuehrmeyer, Department of Accountancy, was named the Dincolo Outstanding Professor, M.S. in Accountancy

Ante S. Glavas, Department of Management, received the James Dincolo Outstanding Teacher Award

Jeremy B. Griffin, Department of Accountancy, received the James Dincolo Outstanding Teacher Award

Jerry Langley, Department of Finance, received the James Dincolo Outstanding Teacher Award

John Michel, Department of Management, was named the Outstanding Professor, Master of Nonprofit Administration

Elizabeth S. Moore, Department of Marketing, received the Blessed Basil Anthony Moreau, C.S.C. Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award and the James Dincolo Outstanding Teacher Award

Phillip Raskin, Executive MBA, received the Arnie Ludwig Outstanding Teacher award, Executive MBA, South Bend

William Wilkie, the Nathe Professor of Marketing, has been honored by the American Marketing Association Foundation with an award named after him. The William L. Wilkie Marketing for a Better World Award will honor marketing thought leaders who have significantly contributed to the understanding and appreciation for marketing potential to positively impact the human community.

Faculty Awards 2011

Patrick Murphy, marketing professor and C. R. Smith Co-Director, Institute for Ethical Business Worldwide, received the Lifetime Achievement Award of the Marketing and Society Special Interest Group of the American Marketing Association. The award recognizes outstanding contributions in the field of marketing and society, public policy and marketing ethics.

John Sherry, Herrick Professor and Chair of the Marketing Department, was elected the first president of the Consumer Culture Theory Consortium at the 2011 Consumer Culture Theory Conference.

John F. Affleck-Graves, Department of Finance, received the Arnie Ludwig Outstanding Teacher award, Executive MBA, South Bend

Matt Bloom, Department of Management, was named the Outstanding Professor, Master of Nonprofit Administration and received the Outstanding Teaching Award, Traditional MBA

Charles Bamford, Department of Management, received the Leo Burke Outstanding Teacher Award, Executive MBA, Chicago

Sam Gaglio, Assistant Dean and concurrent instructor, received the Dockweiler Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Advising

Jeff Hart, Department of Finance, received the Blessed Basil Anthony Moreau, C.S.C. Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award

Ken Milani, Department of Accountancy, received the Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, C.S.C. Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching

David Ricchiute, Department of Accountancy, was named the Outstanding Professor, M.S. in Accountancy

Ken Milani, Department of Accountancy, received the Beta Alpha Psi 2011 “Business Information Professional of the Year” award

John Sherry, Herrick Professor and Chair of the Marketing Department, won the 2011 William R. Davidson Honorable Mention Award from the Journal of Retailing for his research paper "Why Are Themed Brandstores So Powerful? Retail Brand Ideology at American Girl Place” published in the Journal of Retailing Volume 85, Issue 3.

Faculty Awards 2010

Sarv Devaraj, Viola D. Hank associate professor of management, has won The International Conference of the Decision Sciences Institute’s (DSI) Best Environmental Issues Paper Award. The paper, Do as I Say Not as I Do—An Empirical Examination of the Relationship between Corporate Sustainability Beliefs and Performance, is co-authored by Suvrat Dhanorkar (MBA ‘10). There were about 1100 submissions from across the globe. The paper is on the implementation of Sustainability programs by companies.

John Sherry, Herrick Professor and Chair of the Marketing Department, won the Emerald Management Reviews Citation of Excellence award for his research paper "Why Are Themed Brandstores So Powerful? Retail Brand Ideology at American Girl Place” published in the Journal of Retailing Volume 85, Issue 3. The award recognizes the best 50 research papers from 400 journals published in 2009 by Emerald Management Reviews.

Matt Bloom, Department of Management, received the Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, C.S.C. Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching

Robert Bretz, Department of Management, was named the Outstanding Professor, Master of Nonprofit Administration

James L. Fuehrmeyer, Department of Accountancy, received the Blessed Basil Anthony Moreau, C.S.C. Outstanding Teaching Award

Jerry Langley, Department of Finance, received the Outstanding Teaching Award, Traditional MBA

Alan L. Nelson, Department of Management, received the Arnie Ludwig Outstanding Teacher Award

James A. O'Brien, Department of Accountancy, was named the Outstanding Professor, M.S. in Accountancy

James A. O'Brien, Department of Accountancy, received the Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, C.S.C. Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching

Janet O'Tousa, Department of Accountancy, received the Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, C.S.C. Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching

Phillip Raskin, Executive MBA, received the Leo Burke Outstanding Teacher Award

Jeffrey Bergstrand, professor of finance, co-author of, "Do free trade agreements actually increase members' international trade?" was recognized in the "Top 20 most cited articles" published in the Journal of International Economics 2005-2009

Faculty Awards 2009

Zhi Da and Pengjie (Paul) Gao, assistant professors of finance, and a co-author, were recently awarded the 2010 Crowel First Prize for outstanding research for their paper, "In Search of Attention", which examined the correlation between Google search frequency and investor attention. The Crowel prize is awarded by the Quantitative Research Group at PanAgora Asset Management.

Elizabeth S. Moore and her co-author have been voted as the 18th recipients of the Thomas C. Kinnear/Journal of Public Policy & Marketing Award for their article “The Online Marketing of Food to Children: Is It Just Fun and Games?” which appeared in the Fall 2007 (Vol. 26, No. 2) issue of Journal of Public Policy & Marketing. The award honors articles published in Journal of Public Policy & Marketing that have made a significant contribution to the understanding of marketing and public policy issues within the past three years (2006–2008).

Frank K. Reilly, Bernard J. Hank Professor of Finance and former dean of the Mendoza College of Business is the 2009 recipient of the Hortense Friedman, CFA, Award for Excellence sponsored by the CFA Society of Chicago. The Hortense Friedman Award is presented at the CFA Chicago Annual Dinner to a member of the Chicago-area investment community who has demonstrated initiative, leadership and a commitment to professional excellence.

Zhi Da and Pengjie Gao,assistant professors of finance, and a co-author, received first place for their paper, “In Search of Attention,” at the 2009 Chicago Qualitative Alliance Academic Competition.

Ann Tenbrunsel, management professor and Arthur F. and Mary J. O'Neil Co-Director, Institute for Ethical Business Worldwide, has been named a finalist in the 2009 Faculty Pioneer Awards by the Center for Business Education (CBE) at the Aspen Institute. Tenbrunsel also was recognized as a finalist in the Aspen Institute's Faculty Pioneer Awards in 2008.

Ann Tenbrunsel, management professor and Arthur F. and Mary J. O'Neil Co-Director, Institute for Ethical Business Worldwide, and a co-author were recognized with the OB Division of the Academy of Management Making Connections Award for their symposium, New directions in ethics research: Disentangling the dynamic processes in ethical decision-making.

Tonia Hap Murphy,Department of Accountancy, has received the Outstanding Article award for Volume 26 of the Journal of Legal Studies Education, for her article titled "Reneging: A Topic to Promote Engaging Discussions About Law and Ethics in a Business Law or Legal Environment Course".

Patrick Murphy, Department of Marketing and the C.R. Smith Co-Director for the Ethical Business Worldwide, has received a Fulbright Award to collaborate with French scholars in Lille, France, on issues related to marketing ethics in Europe and the United States.

William Wilkie, the Aloysius and Eleanor Nathe Professor of Marketing, has received the American Marketing Association Marketing & Society Special Interest Group Lifetime Achievement Award.

Carl Ackermann, Department of Finance, received the Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, C.S.C. Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching and the BP Outstanding Undergraduate Professor

John F. Affleck-Graves, Department of Finance, received the Arnie Ludwig Outstanding Teacher, Executive MBA, South Bend

Charles E. Bamford, Executive Education, received the Outstanding Teacher Award, Executive MBA, Chicago

Matt Bloom, Department of Management, received the Outstanding Teaching Award, Traditional MBA

Jeffrey Hart, Department of Finance, was named the Outstanding Professor, M.S. in Accountancy

John Michel, Department of Management, was named the Outstanding Professor, Master of Nonprofit Administration 

William Schmuhl, Department of Accountancy, received the Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, C.S.C. Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching

Faculty Awards 2008

Patrick Murphy, marketing professor and C. R. Smith Co-Director, Institute for Ethical Business Worldwide at the Mendoza College of Business, and his co-authors, has been recognized by the Emerald LiteratiNetwork with the 2008 Outstanding Paper Award for the European Journal of Marketing, for their article entitled “An Ethical Basis for Relationship Marketing: A Virtue Ethics Perspective.” 

John F. Sherry Jr., Herrick Professor and Chair of Marketing at the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame, and his co-authors, recently received “best paper” recognition from the Marketing Science Institute for his working paper describing how companies progress through certain stages in order to become more market-oriented.

Ann Tenbrunsel, management professor and Arthur F. and Mary J. O'Neil Co-Director, Institute for Ethical Business Worldwide, has been named a finalist in the Aspen Institute's 2008 Faculty Pioneer Awards.

Ken Milani, accountancy professor, received the Governor's Award for Volunteer Service, Indiana's most prestigious recognition of volunteerism, for his efforts with the Tax Assistance Program (TAP). 

Hayong Yun, assistant professor of finance, received the 2008 Young Researcher Prize from the Review of Financial Studies

John F. Affleck-Graves, Department of Finance, received The Inspiring Educator Award

Robert H. Battalio, Department of Finance, was named the Arnie Ludwig Outstanding Teacher, Executive MBA, South Bend

Matt Bloom, Department of Management, was named the Outstanding Professor, Master of Nonprofit Administration and the BP Outstanding Undergraduate Professor
Shane A. Corwin, Department of Finance, received the Outstanding Teacher Award, Executive MBA, Chicago

John A. Halloran, Department of Finance, received the The Inspiring Educator Award

Edward Hums, Department of Accountancy, received the Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, C.S.C. Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching

Barry Keating, Department of Finance, received the Outstanding Teaching Award, Traditional MBA 

Timothy Loughran, Department of Finance, received the Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, C.S.C. Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching

Kenneth Milani, Department of Accountancy, was named the Outstanding Professor, M.S. in Accountancy

Faculty Awards 2007

Jeffrey Bergstrand, professor of finance, co-authored articles, "The growth of world trade: tariffs, transport costs, and income similarity" and "Do free trade agreements actually increase members' international trade?" were ranked 1st and 8th, respectively, among the Journal of International Economics most downloaded articles for the period April - June 2007.

Paul Gao, assistant professor, department of finance, has received the second annual Yihong Xia Best Paper Award for "Herding, information aggregation, and momentum effects". The Yihong Xia Best Paper Award, which honors outstanding work by a junior researcher during the China International Conference, honors the memory of Yihong Xia, Ph.D., formerly an assistant professor of finance at the Wharton School and a distinguished financial economist.

Patrick Murphy, professor of marketing & C. R. Smith Co-Director, Institute for Ethical Business Worldwide , and co-author, Gene Laczniak , received the Journal of Macromarketing 2007 Slater Memorial Award, for their article, "Normative Perspectives for Ethical and Socially Responsible Marketing," which was judged by the editorial board as the Best Article in volumes 25 and 26 as making the most significant contribution in the field of Macromarketing.

Carl Ackermann, Department of Finance, received the Dockweiler Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Advising

Matt Bloom, Department of Management, received the Outstanding Teaching Award, Traditional MBA and was named the Outstanding Teacher, Master in Nonprofit Administration

Leo Burke, Associate Dean and Director of Executive Education, received the 2007 University of Notre Dame Presidential Award

Yu-Chi Chang, Department of Management, received the Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, C.S.C. Award

J. Michael Crant, Department of Management, received the Outstanding Teacher Award, Executive MBA, Chicago

Georges Enderle, Department of Marketing, received the Reinhold Niebuhr Award

John A. Halloran, Department of Finance, received the Arnie Ludwig Outstanding Teacher

Jeffrey Miller, Department of Accountancy, received the Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, C.S.C. Award

James O'Brien, Department of Accountancy, was named the BP Amoco Outstanding Undergraduate Professor

James Wittenbach, Department of Accountancy, was named the Outstanding Professor, M.S. in Accountancy

Faculty Awards 2006

James H. Davis, associate professor, department of management, and his co-authors were recently recognized by the Academy of Management Review for the article, "An Integrative Model of Organizational Trust," Academy of Management Review, 20(3). The article was cited as the one article published during the second decade of AMR publication as the one article "that exemplified the frame-braking, innovative theory building” that the publication seeks.

Oliver Li, assistant professor, department of accountancy, received the 2005-2006 Outstanding Manuscript Award from the American Taxation Association for his article, "Is a Dividend Tax Penalty Incorporated into the Return on a Firm's Stock Price?" The article was published in the Journal of Accounting and Economics (2003) and co-authored with D. Dhaliwal and R. Trezevant. This annual award is the highest honor given by the ATA for research that represents a significant contribution to the tax literature and is published during the three calendar years prior to the award year.

Ken Milani, professor of accountancy and longtime director of the Tax Assistance Program, received the Rev. William Toohey C.S.C. Award for Social Justice. The award was presented in recognition of the fact that "he as devoted countless hours to training University students so they can provide free income tax return preparation to more than 3,000 low-income individuals in the Michiana area each year."

John F. Sherry, Jr., the Raymond W. & Kenneth G. Herrick Professor of Marketing and Department Chair, and his co-authors have been selected as the recipients of the 2006 Marketing Science Institute/H. Paul Root Award for their article, "Creating a Market Orientation: A Longitudinal, Multifirm, Grounded Analysis of Cultural Transformation". The article was published in the Journal of Marketing (2006) and co-authored with Gary F. Gebhardt and Gregory S. Carpenter. The article was chosen by members of the Journal of Marketing Editorial Review Board for its significant contribution to the advancement of the practice of marketing.

Carl Ackermann, Department of Finance, received a 2006 Kaneb Teaching Award

Matt Bloom, Department of Management, received the Outstanding Teacher Award, Traditional MBA

Shane Corwin, Department of Finance, was named the BP Amoco Outstanding Undergraduate Professor

Glen Dowell, Department of Management, received the Master of Nonprofit Administration Outstanding Professor Award

Robert Drevs, Department of Marketing, received a 2006 Kaneb Teaching Award

Tim Loughran, Department of Finance, received the Outstanding Teacher Award, Executive MBA, Chicago

Patrick Murphy, Department of Marketing, received a 2006 Kaneb Teaching Award

Margot O'Brien, Department of Accountancy, received a 2006 Kaneb Teaching Award

Tom Schaefer, Department of Accountancy, was named the M.S. in Accountancy Outstanding Professor

Bill Sexton, Department of Management, received the Arnie Ludwig Outstanding Teacher Award, Executive MBA, South Bend

John Weber, Department of Marketing, received a 2006 Kaneb Teaching Award

James Wittenbach, Department of Accountancy, received a 2006 Kaneb Teaching Award

Faculty Awards 2005

Jeffrey Bergstrand, professor of finance, was awarded a National Science Foundation grant. An expert in the field of trade relations, Bergstrand was an invited Visiting Scholar in 2005 at the University of Munich and the Munich Ifo Institute for Economic Research. He has presented several papers on the topic including one at the Economic Seminar Series of the Office of Economics, U.S. International Trade Commission in 2005.  Bergstrand was invited by the European Commission in Brussels to be a Visiting Fellow in the Directorate General for Economic and Financial Affairs, where he met with various researchers and policymakers of the executive branch of the European Union. 

Robert D. Bretz Jr., Joe and Jane Giovanini Professor of Management and Department Chair, has been elected a Fellow in the American Psychological Society. Such an honor is awarded for achieving leadership through an accumulated body of research noted for its quality, impact, contribution and volume.

Michael J. Etzel, professor of marketing, received a Fulbright Scholar grant for study abroad. Etzel is an expert on consumer decision making, services marketing and sales force management.  A past chair of the American Marketing Association’s National Board of Directors, Etzel also served on the editorial board of the Journal of Travel Research and as a selection committee member for the U.S. Census Bureau’s Director’s Awards for Innovation.  His Fulbright will support a distinguished lectureship on marketing management at the University of Innsbruck in Austria from March to July.

David Hayes, William Alexander Nolan Director in Family Business Enterprise, Gigot Center of Entrepreneurial Studies of  the Mendoza College of Business, was elected the Program Chair for the Family Business Division of the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship's (USASBE) 2006 annual conference.  USASBE's is a world leader in Entrepreneurship Education and Development.

Ken Milani, professor of accountancy, was honored by the Internal Revenue Service with a special service award for his work as program coordinator of the University’s Vivian Harrington Gray Tax Assistance Program (TAP). TAP began in 1972 to provide free income tax preparation service to low-income individuals on a regularly scheduled basis at convenient locations. The program has since evolved to include both domestic and international tax assistance programs to serve the federal and Indiana income tax return preparation needs of its clients.

Patrick Murphy, professor of marketing & C. R. Smith Co-Director, Institute for Ethical Business Worldwide, received the 2005 College of Communication Research Award from the University of Texas for the article "How Advertising Practitioners View Ethics: Moral Muteness, Moral Myopia and Moral Imagination," co-authored with M. Drumwright and published in the Journal of Advertising, summer 2004.

Patrick E. Murphy, C. R. Smith Co-Director, Institute for Ethical Business Worldwide and professor of marketing, Mendoza College of Business, recently had his article," How Advertising Practitioners View Ethics" (co-authored with Meme Drumwright) selected as best article of 2004 by the Journal of Advertising (volume 33).

Frank Reilly, Bernard J. Hank Professor of Finance, had his paper (co-authored with D.J. Wright, and R.R. Johnson), "An Analysis of the Interest Rate Sensitivity of Common Stocks," selected as the Outstanding Paper in Investments from among those to be presented at the 2005 meeting of the Midwest Finance Association.

William L. Wilkie, Nathe Professor of Marketing, and Elizabeth S. Moore, Associate Professor of Marketing, have been named the 2005 winners of the Kinnear Award of the American Marketing Association for their article, "Scholarly Research in Marketing: Exploring the Four Eras of Thought Development."   The Kinnear Award recognizes the most significant Journal of Public Policy & Marketing article from among those published during a three-year time span, and is voted on by the journal's Editorial Board members.

Jeffrey Bergstrand, Department of Finance, received the Arnie Ludwig Outstanding Teacher Award, Executive MBA, South Bend 

Matthew Bloom, Department of Management, received a 2005 Kaneb Teaching Award

Robert D. Bretz Jr., Department of Management, received the Outstanding Teacher Award, Traditional MBA 

Shane Corwin, Department of Finance, received a 2005 Kaneb Teaching Award

Michael Crant, Department of Management, received a 2005 Kaneb Teaching Award

James H. Davis, Department of Management, received the 2005 University of Notre Dame Presidential Award

Jerry Langley, Department of Finance, received a 2005 Kaneb Teaching Award

Chao-Shin Liu, Department of Accountancy, received a 2005 Kaneb Teaching Award

Timothy Loughran, Department of Finance, was named the BP Amoco Outstanding Undergraduate Professor 

Elizabeth Moore, Department of Marketing, received a 2005 Kaneb Teaching Award

Michael H. Morris, Department of Accountancy, was named a Kaneb Faculty Fellow 

Patrick E. Murphy, Department of Marketing, received the M.S. in Administration Outstanding Teacher Award

David N. Ricchiute, Department of Accountancy, was named the M.S. in Accountancy Outstanding Teacher

William P. Sexton, Department of Management, received the Outstanding Teacher Award, Executive MBA, Chicago