Career Award for Excellence in Research
DAVID BRINBERG, the R.O. Goodykoontz Professor of Marketing, has authored or co-authored five books and published more than 50 articles, earning more than 5,300 citations. His work focuses on research methodology, individual and small group decision making, and social marketing. Brinberg, who has been awarded more than $1.4 million in grants, received the university’s 2018 Alumni Award for Excellence in International Education.
Excellence in International Programs (tied vote)
KIM DANILOSKI, associate collegiate professor of marketing, has been co-directing the department’s study-abroad programs in Lugano, Switzerland since 2014. She has been engaged in outreach with Kids Play International Rwanda, an organization that teaches gender equity to children through an after-school sports program, and she is the principal investigator on a monitoring and evaluation subcontract of a Rotary International Global Grant that supports Rotary International’s interests to build more gender sensitive and inclusive school environments in Rwanda.
LANCE MATHESON, associate professor of business information technology, has led more than 30 study-abroad programs since 2000. He has developed and sponsored programs in Africa, Asia, Australia, and Europe. Matheson has taught in the MIT-India program and is working to develop new programs in India and the Middle East.
International Outreach Excellence
REED KENNEDY, associate professor of practice of management, has served as part-time director of international programs for nearly eight years. He has started five new study-abroad programs, participated in five Executive MBA international residency trips, helped develop a semester program at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, and led five medical mission trips to Colombia.
Outstanding Faculty in Doctoral Education
DIPANKAR CHAKRAVARTI, the Sonny Merryman Inc. Professor, has played a key role in developing Pamplin’s Ph.D. concentration in executive business research and serves as the program’s director. He has chaired six dissertation committees, served on five others, and published more than 10 peer-reviewed journal articles with his doctoral students.
College Certificates of Teaching Excellence
ANNE-SOPHIE CHAXEL, assistant professor, marketing
CANDACE FITCH, visiting instructor, hospitality and tourism management
BARBARA FRATICELLI, assistant professor of practice, business information technology
GREGORY KADLEC, Pamplin and Oliver Professor, finance
JACOB SHORTT, instructor, accounting and information systems
DAVID TOWNSEND, assistant professor, management