June 14, 2004
UCLA Anderson Recognizes Faculty Excellence in Teaching & Research
Annual Honors Bestowed by Faculty and Students
Los Angeles — Congratulations to the following UCLA Anderson faculty for their outstanding achievements in teaching and research as recognized by their peers. In addition, associate professor Antonio Bernardo and lecturer Eric Sussman also received recognition by the MBA and FEMBA classes of 2004 respectively.
Antonio Bernardo, associate professor of economics and finance, recipient of the Neidorf “Decade” Teaching Award for exemplary teaching contributions as demonstrated over a period of seven to ten years. Professor Bernardo was also named the Teaching Award Winner for the MBA Program by the MBA Class of 2004.
Ely Dahan, assistant professor of marketing, recipient of the Dean George W. Robbins Assistant Professor Teaching Award for his teaching excellence within the ranks of the school’s assistant professors.
Kevin McCardle, professor of policy, recipient of the Citibank Teaching Award as the school’s most outstanding MBA teacher, based on criteria outlined by Citibank.
Aimee Drolet, assistant professor of marketing, recipient of the Eric and “E” Juline Faculty Excellence in Research Award for her outstanding research and publications in the area of consumer behavior.
Al Osborne, senior associate dean and associate professor of global economics and management, recipient of the La Force Faculty Leadership Award for his contributions to the school, the university, and the community.
Eric Sussman, lecturer, was named the Teaching Award Winner by the FEMBA Class of 2004.