Fall 2014 Department Chairs of the Cameron School of Business Named
The Cameron School of Business would like to recognize these fine professors who have been named as Chair of their academic Departments for the Fall of 2014. Please join us in congratulating Dr. David Mautz, Department Chair of Accountancy and Business Law; Dr. Nivine Richie, Department Chair of Economics and Finance; Dr. Cem Canel, Department Chair of Information Systems & Operations Management; and Dr. Tracy Meyer, Department Chair of Marketing.
Robert Burrus named Interim Dean of the Cameron School of Business
Provost Battles recently announced that Robert Burrus will serve as the Cameron School of Business Interim Dean effective June 1. Dr. Burrus, who currently serves as Associate Dean of Undergraduate Studies in the Cameron School, brings significant administrative experience to the position, having served as Chair of the Department of Economics and Finance since August 2007. Dr. Burrus joined UNCW as an Assistant Professor in 1998, advancing through the ranks and achieving Professor status in 2010. He is an active scholar, with more than two dozen peer reviewed journal articles and book chapters to his credit, among them a collaborative paper that received the “Outstanding Appraisal Journal Article of the Year” award. Dr. Burrus’ teaching skills have also been acknowledged through awards including the Chancellor’s Teaching Excellence Award and through numerous recognitions as a UNCW Impact Professor.
Thomas Porter named Associate Dean of the Cameron School of Business
The Administration, Faculty, Staff, and Students of the Cameron School of Business congratulates Dr. Thomas Porter, who as been named as Associate Dean. In his role as associate Dean Porter will serve as the director of the Swain Center as well as the director of Cameron's international programs. He will also oversee Cameron's graduate programs and marketing efforts. Dr. Porter joined UNCW as an Assistant Professor in 1999, and has served the CSB community as the chair of the Marketing Department since July of 2012. As chair, he lead the department to create an Advisory Board for the marketing department which is made up of senior level marketing professionals that represent important employers for full-time positions and internships, and directed the effort to create two marketing concentrations: Marketing Strategy and Marketing – Professional Selling. Previously, Dr. Porter served as the CSB country liaison to Germany, where he worked closely with the German partners in the Transatlantic Business Alliance program.
Cameron School of Business May Graduation
The Cameron School of Business graduation ceremony took place on Friday, May 9 at 2 p.m. in Trask Coliseum. The Cameron School of Business wishes to recognize our outstanding graduates for their exceptional academic achievements: April Abreu (ACG), Cameron Visser (ECN), Hector Martin Bernabeu (FIN), Dustin M. Clark (MGT), Victorian C. Keaton (EBD), Sarah K. Tegen (HR), Chase Thompson (MKT), Kezban Oezalp (INB), Anthony Harris (MIS), Morgan Muojo (OPS), Scott Russo (MBA), Uchechukwu Iheadindu (MSCSIS). We also wish to congratulate the recipients of the E. M. West Award for Academic Achievement, Esther Shinn, and the Master of Business Administration Outstanding Academic Achievement award, Scott Russo. The Administration, Faculty, and Staff of the Cameron School of Business wish to congratulate all of our graduates for completing the requirements necessary to earn a degree in business.
More details .... Spring 2014 Commencement Ceremonies Schedule
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