Mark Gram was voted Outstanding Second Year MBA Student by his peers and MBA Student of the Year by faculty.
As the 2006-07 academic year came to a close, Georgia Tech MBA and undergraduate students took time to honor their peers and faculty members for their dedication and excellence.
During the annual MBA Spring Banquet, held at the Sweet Lowdown restaurant in Midtown, Mark Gram was honored as Outstanding Second Year MBA Student and Matt Hinman as Outstanding First Year MBA Student (awards voted on by their peers). The faculty also named Gram as MBA Student of the Year.
MBA students selected Frank Rothaermel, associate professor of strategic management, as Core Professor of the Year and Charles Mulford, professor of accounting, as Elective Professor of the Year.
Undergraduate management students recently recognized operations management lecturer Robert Burgess as the 2006 Professor of the Year. Accounting professor Deborah Turner and marketing lecturer Peter Vantine received honorable mentions in the same award category.
Undergraduate students who received major honors include:
• Zhanxiang "Sean" Liang, winner of the Outstanding Student Award in Management ($500).
• Lauren C. Miller, winner of the Outstanding Junior in Management Award ($300).
• Christy L. Yarbrough, winner of the Financial Executives International Scholarship Award ($1000).
• Cortland C. Ouzts, winner of the Georgia Society of Certified Public Accountants Inc. Scholarship Award ($500).
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