A&T PROFESSORS RECEIVE HONORS FOR RESEARCH AND PUBLISHED WORK

Dr. Angela Miles, associate professor in the Department of Marketing, Transportation and Supply Chain,  Dr. Alice Stewart, associate professor, Department of Management and others presented a session on “The Significance of Scholarship: Teaching and Learning versus Disciplinary Research” at Symposium: The Scholarly Brand at the Southern Management Association annual meeting in Savannah, Ga., in November. They received the 2011 Most Innovative Session award.

Stewart, along with Dr. Jacqueline Williams, associate professor, Department of Marketing, Transportation and Supply Chain, Dr. Karen Smith-Gratto, associate professor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction and others published an article, “Examining the Impact of Pedagogy on Student Application of Learning: Acquiring, Sharing, and Using Knowledge for Organizational Decision Making” in the January 2011 edition of the “Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education.”

The article received the journal’s award for Best Empirical Paper for 2011 and was invited for special presentation at the Decision Science Institute in Boston in November. Stewart also received the journal’s 2011 Best Reviewer award.