The Kelley School of Business Indianapolis each year recognizes the talented faculty who contribute immensely to the success and caliber of the business school. Some awards are selected by the students themselves, a testament to the impact many of our instructors have, both in the classroom and beyond. Instructors at the graduate and undergraduate level will be recognized at the May 9 commencement ceremonies. Please congratulate these teaching award winners on receiving this great honor.
Each year the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis Student Government (KSBISG) provides an opportunity for students to recognize one outstanding undergraduate faculty member for teaching excellence. Both full time and part time faculty can be recipients of the Schuyler F. Otteson Undergraduate Teaching Excellence Award. Schuyler F. Otteson served as Dean of Kelley School of Business from 1971 to 1982. During that timeframe, the enrollments in the school of business had increased 90%. The award is given in his name due to his dedication and improvements to the Kelley School of Business.
This year’s Schuyler F. Otteson Undergraduate Teaching Excellence Award is Mark Frohlich, associate professor of operations management.
MSA Teaching Award
John Hassell, professor of accounting
MBA Teaching Awards
Randall Heron, associate professor of finance
Ron Laufer, adjunct professor of management
Tod Perry, assistant professor of finance
Phil Powell, clinical associate professor of business economic and public policy
Roger Schmenner, professor of operations management
Lilly Alumni MBA Teaching Excellence Award
Each year the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis honors one MBA instructor with the highest honor offered at the business school. The recipient is selected from among the entire field of MBA instructors based on his/her commitment and contribution to the growth and success of the Evening MBA Program. The honoree will be announced during the commencement ceremony.
Also recognized this year are the recipients of the Trustee Teaching Awards.
Each year the Indiana University Board of Trustees recognizes excellence in teaching through a program known as the Trustee Teaching Awards. Recipients of this prestigious award receive a stipend, have their names displayed on a plaque, and are recognized at award ceremonies. These are university level teaching awards that go to our very best teachers.
This year the recipients of the Trustee Teaching Awards for Kelley Indianapolis are:
Mark Frohlich, associate professor of operations management
Jim Smith, senior lecturer in finance