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Stillman School 2005-06 Faculty Achievement Awards
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Congratulations to our honorees! The names of the awardees are proudly displayed on a plaque located in the Faculty Library, 6th floor of Jubilee Hall. 

Research and Teaching Achievement Awards

  • Theresa Henry, Ph.D. - Assistant Professor of Accounting
  • Richard Hunter, J.D. - Professor of Legal Studies
  • Anthony Loviscek, Ph.D. - Finance and Legal Studies Department Chair
  • Laurence McCarthy, Ph.D. - Associate Professor of Management
  • Eleanor Xu, Ph.D. - Associate Professor of Finance

Research Achievement Award
  • Sheldon Epstein, Ph.D. - Professor of Computing and Decision Sciences
  • Mark Holtzman, Ph.D. - Professor of Accounting
  • Viswanathan Kodaganallur, Ph.D. - Professor of Computing and Decision Sciences
  • Gary Kritz, Ph.D. - Assistant Professor of Marketing
  • Hector Lozada, Ph.D. - Professor of Marketing
  • Robert Shapiro, J.D., L.L.M. - Associate Professor of Taxation
  • Sung Shim, Ph.D. - Associate Professor of Computing and Decision Sciences
  • Rob Weitz, Ph.D. - Associate Professor Computing and Decision Sciences
  • Yonah Wilamowsky, Ph.D. - Professor of Computing and Decision Sciences

5.0 Award
  • Richard Hunter, J.D. - Professor of Legal Studies
  • Lisa Parles, J.D. - Faculty Associate of Legal Studies

Teaching Commendation Award
  • Charles Falk, L.L.M. - Executive in Residence - Taxation
  • Rick Gentile - Director of the Seton Hall Sports Poll

In all, recipients have collectively received awards totaling $34,600. Award allocations can be used to augment faculty members’ travel expenses, to purchase software or books or to otherwise use the funds to advance their work at the Stillman School.

Again, congratulations to our honorees for their achievements on behalf of students and on advancing the mission of the Stillman School.

Eligibility Standards

Research Achievement Award

  • The faculty member published a research work in a refereed scholarly or practitioner journal or published a book, either of which is in their respective discipline/field, for the recently concluded academic year (none of which are self-published);
  • As defined in the FARAP, the faulty member earned, at a minimum, an “Exceeds Expectations” score in Question 24 on the Teacher Course Evaluation for all but one of the courses that the faculty member taught for the most recent academic year. The remaining one evaluation must have “Met Expectations”; and
  • The faculty member contributed to the Department, the School, and the University this past academic year.

Teaching Achievement Award

  • As defined in the FARAP, the faculty member earned “Outstanding” Teacher Course Evaluation scores on Question 24 in all the courses that he/she taught for the past academic year;
  • The faculty member, at a minimum, presented his or her refereed research work at a scholarly conference in his/her discipline for the most recently concluded academic year; and
  • The faculty member contributed to the Department, the School, and the University

The “5.0” Award

The faculty member scored a perfect “5.0” on Question 24 of the Teacher Course Evaluation for a course(s) taught this past year, while otherwise maintaining performance standards in teaching, research, and service.



For more information please contact:
Leigh Onimus
(973) 313-6058
onimusle@shu.edu

 

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