Golden Apple Award for Teaching Excellence
The Golden Apple Awards is an annual student-voted teaching award given to outstanding faculty.
In recognition of their commitment to outstanding research, expertise in their field and devotion to teaching excellence, Dr. Kyle Ingram, Dr. Sean Jasso, Dr. Scott Burd, and Dr. Long Gao are the winners of 2018 Golden Apple Awards for Teaching Excellence.
Kyle Ingram is the winner for teaching in the Preparation for Business Administration major (BUS 10 and 20) and upper-division major requirements category in the undergraduate program. He teaches Organizational Behavior, Leadership Development, Communication, Leadership, Teams, & Ethics course.
Sean Jasso won the elective courses category in the undergraduate program. He teaches Business Ethics, Law, Marketing and Distribution Management, Competitive and Strategic Analysis, Senior Honor Research, Honors Research for Undergraduates, Special Studies, Leader of Tomorrow Theory, Practice, Directed Studies, and Honors Individual Internship.
Long Gao won in the elective course category of the graduate program. He teaches Simulation for Business, Operations Management for Competitive Advantage, Business Modeling and Simulation, Fieldwork in Management, Directed Studies, and Research for Thesis.
Scott Burd won the core course category of the graduate program. He teaches Leadership Development, Corporate Strategy, Fieldwork in Management. In fall he will teach Organizational Behavior and Theory, and Strategic Organization Change.