September 6, 2013---The University of Wisconsin-River Falls College of Business and Economics has named the recipients of three annual awards for outstanding CBE faculty and staff. Award recipients received a certificate and a cash gift.
CBE annual awards include those for advising, teaching, and research. The Outstanding Advising Award recipient is Brian Schultz of River Falls, professor of economics and assistant dean, while Associate Professor of Finance Megan Sun of Woodbury, Minn., is the recipient of the Outstanding Teaching Award. Advising and teaching awards are determined by graduates from the college within the past four years. Students are asked to vote for the faculty members who had the most positive influence on their academic and professional lives.
Assistant Professor of Economics Logan Kelly of River Falls and Professor of Economics Pascal Ngoboka of St. Paul both received the Outstanding Research Award for their scholarly contributions in 2012-13. The research award recipient is determined by a committee of past faculty award winners who evaluate the quantity and quality of the intellectual contributions of the faculty to their respective fields.
The College of Business and Economics at UW-River Falls is an AACSB-accredited business school and its primary mission is to provide high quality undergraduate programs grounded in the liberal arts, a high quality Master of Business Administration program and business outreach services to the Greater St. Croix Valley region.