Be Joyful honors Kellogg School's academic and staff excellence
Deborah Leigh Wood
School community gathered at the James L. Allen Center June
5 for Oh Be Joyful, the school's annual celebration of faculty
and staff contributions and promotions.
McKeon, senior lecturer in Managerial
Economics and Decision Sciences (MEDS), received the coveted
Lawrence G. Lavengood Professor of the Year Award from graduating
students, who nominated a record-breaking 85 faculty members
in the award's ninth year.
a great honor to receive this award," McKeon said in a recent
interview. "I am just trying to make good decisions in the
classroom --- trying to put myself in the students' shoes
and feel what the classroom experience is like for them."
© Nathan Mandell
Professor Scott McKeon, Lavengood Professor of the Year
award finalists were Julie
Hennessy (Marketing), Sergio
Rebelo (Finance), Steven
Rogers, (Management and Finance) and Scott Schaefer
(Management and Strategy).
Be Joyful also recognized:
Satterthwaite, A.C. Buehler Professor in Hospital and
Health Services Management and professor of strategic management,
who recently was elected a member of the American Academy
of Arts and Sciences.
Peter Murmann, assistant professor of Management and Organizations,
recipient of the 2004 Stanley Reiter Best Paper Award for
his 2003 monograph, Knowledge and Competitive Advantage:
The Coevolution of Firms, Technology, and National Institutions
(Cambridge University Press).
Schmedders (MEDS), Adriano Rampini (Finance),
Anne Gron (Management and Strategy), Kent
Grayson (Marketing), Victoria
Medvec (MORS) and Sharon Novak (MEDS), recipients
of the 2004 Chairs' Core Course Teaching Awards.
Krishnamurthi (Marketing), Todd Pulvino (Finance),
Hayagreeva Rao (MORS), Artur
Raviv (Finance) and Sergio
Rebelo (Finance), recipients of the Sidney J. Levy Teaching
Awards, which honor those faculty who teach elective courses.
Chopra (MEDS) and Steven
Rogers, chosen by EMP-55 and EMP-56 to receive the Outstanding
Raviv and Sergio
Rebelo, chosen by EMP-57 to receive the Outstanding Professor
Uzzi (MORS), who received the International Executive
MBA teaching award for his classes at the School of Business
and Management at the Hong Kong University of Science and
Technology in China.
Besanko (Management and Strategy), a finalist in the John
D.C. Little Best Paper Award from Management Science.
Tybout (Marketing), who received the Alumni Reunion Outstanding
intellectual output of the Kellogg School in 2003 resulted
in 108 articles, 10 cases, 21 book chapters and 11 books.
the staff recognized for their contributions to the Kellogg
Barlow, promoted to manager of network systems, Information
Bechtel, promoted to assistant director, Alumni Relations.
Israel, promoted to associate director of financial aid,
Metter, promoted to associate director, Student Affairs.
Mott, promoted to associate director, Admissions.
Rebac, promoted to manager of faculty and staff, Information
Schaefer, promoted to outreach coordinator, Career Management
Joyful was hosted by Kellogg School Dean
Dipak C. Jain, who said the anniversary of his tenure
as dean, which began three years ago, coincides with this
is an extremely special place, and Oh Be Joyful is a true
celebration of the Kellogg community and its remarkable achievements
over the past year."