June 14, 2006

2006 Faculty Awards Recognize Excellence in Teaching and Research

Recipients were selected by faculty committees

2006 Teaching AwardsLOS ANGELES - UCLA Anderson School of Management honored members of its faculty for outstanding achievements in teaching and research. Recipients were selected by faculty committees. Area Chairs and members of faculty committees were also recognized for their contributions to the school.

Eduardo Schwartz, professor of finance, received the Neidorf “Decade” Teaching Award for exemplary teaching contributions as demonstrated over a period of seven to ten years.

John de Figueiredo, assistant professor of strategy, received the Dean George W. Robbins Assistant Professor Teaching Award for his teaching excellence within the ranks of the school’s assistant professors.

Mark Garmaise, assistant professor of finance, received the Eric and “E” Juline Faculty Excellence in Research Award for his outstanding research and publications in the areas of finance and real estate.

Bob Foster, professor of policy, received the Citibank Teaching Award as the school’s most outstanding MBA teacher.

Rakesh Sarin, Paine Chair in Management, Senior Associate Dean and Chair, was honored with the La Force Faculty Leadership Award for his contributions to the school, the university and the community.

Eduardo Schwartz receives the Neidorf Decade Award 2006 Faculty Awards Reception Mark Garmaise received the Eric and "E" Juline Award
Bob Foster received the Citibank Award Rakseh Sarin received the La Force Leadership Award John de Figueiredo receives Robbins Award


About UCLA Anderson School of Management
UCLA Anderson School of Management is ranked among the top-tier business schools in the world.  Award-winning faculty renowned for their research and teaching, highly selective admissions, successful alumni and world-class facilities combine to provide an extraordinary learning environment.

The mission of UCLA Anderson School of Management is to be a global leader in management education, research and service. Established in 1935, UCLA Anderson provides management education to more than 1,400 students enrolled in MBA and doctoral programs, and some 2,000 executives and managers enrolled annually in executive education programs. UCLA Anderson alumni number more than 34,000 graduates around the world dedicated to continued networking, professional development and educational activities.

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