Watch List: Graduation Awards

In the Watch List, we usually identify hot new products, services, companies and individuals in the Wharton community. In this case, we’re diverging from our usual practice to recognize some of the students and instructors who earned the School’s top annual year-end distinctions.

 

Edgardo Bueser

DEAN’S AWARD FOR SERVICE TO WHARTON

For making a contribution to improving the quality of the Wharton undergraduate experience: Edgardo Bueser, W’14, former head of Wharton Alliance.

 

 

Brian Bushee

TEACHING COMMITMENT AND CURRICULAR INNOVATION

 

Brian Bushee, Gilbert and Shelley Harrison Professor of Accounting, for ACCT 613: Fundamentals of Financial and Managerial Accounting.

 

 

Adam Grant

CLASS OF 1984 AWARD

For the highest teacher rating, Adam Grant, professor of management and the Class of 1965 Chair.

 

 

 

Charles Gress

DEAN’S AWARD FOR SERVICE TO PENN AND THE COMMUNITY

For demonstrated leadership and dedication to the community, Charles Gress, W’14.

 

 

Shawndra Hill

TEACHING COMMITMENT AND CURRICULAR INNOVATION

Shawndra Hill, assistant professor, operations and information management, for OPIM 672: Data Mining for Business Intelligence.

 

 

Hanna Kamaric

DEAN’S AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE

Hanna Kamaric, W’14, who thrived at Wharton academically and outside the classroom.

 

 

 

William P. Lauder

TEACHING COMMITMENT AND CURRICULAR INNOVATION

William P. Lauder, W’83, the executive chairman of The Estée Lauder Companies, for his course MGMT 892: Decision Making in the Leadership Chair.

 

 

 

Allegra Margolis

DEAN’S AWARD FOR SERVICE

Allegra Margolis, W’14, past president of Wharton Women, for contributing significantly to the student experience.

 

 

 

Michael Sinkinson

HELEN KARDON MOSS ANVIL AWARD

Michael Sinkinson, assistant professor of business economics and public policy, for exemplary teaching during the last year.

 

 

Isaac Sukin

DEAN’S AWARD FOR INNOVATION

 

Isaac Sukin, W’14, co-founder of the Dorm Room Fund, who identified a specific need in the Wharton community and devised a creative solution.

 

 

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