2020 Innovation in Business Education Awards (updated 10/12/20)

There were many fine submissions this year.  Thank you to everyone who shared their innovative ideas.  After thoughtful reviews, feedback, and discussion, four submissions emerged as listed below

Category A (Pedagogical or curricular Innovation)

Winner
Joachim Scholz, Brock University.  "Pioneering a Virtual Agency Model to professionalize experiential learning."
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Honorable Mention
Kathy Fredrickson, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh.  "Teaching Students to Be Virtual Consultants in Times of Crisis."
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Category B (New ways to achieve student engagement)
 
Winner
Marina Onken, University of Wisconsin-River Falls.  "Pivoting to Change the World during the pandemic Era."
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Honorable Mention
Deirdre Jones, University of Toledo.  "Making Connections and Shaping People Online - Webinars."
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2019 Innovation in Business Education Award Winners 

There were many fine submissions this year.  Thank you to everyone who shared their innovative ideas.  After thoughtful reviews, feedback, and discussion, three submissions emerged as listed below. 

1st place:

“TIME is of the Essence: An Audit Escape Room Activity,” Michael Barnes, Truman State University, School of Business, and Kathy Enget, University at Albany-SUNY, School of Business. View Summary.  
 

2nd place:

“Near-Peer Student-Alumni Mentoring for Student Success,” Carl Vieregger, Drake University, College of Business and Public Administration. View Summary.  
 

3rd place:

“Internet and Social Media Marketing (ISMM) Course,” Andrew Gaudes, Brock University, Goodman School of Business. View Summary.  

 

 

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