Bloch Faculty Recognized for Excellence

Each year, UMKC recognizes faculty and staff members who make outstanding contributions to students and the community. Two Bloch faculty will be honored at the 2016 UMKC Celebration of Excellence Thursday, April 26, at 3 p.m. in Pierson Auditorium.

Jeff Johnson, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Marketing, receives Chancellor’s Early Career Award for Excellence in Teaching and the Elmer F. Pierson Good Teaching Award in Business

jeff-johnsonThe Chancellor’s Early Career Award for Excellence in Teaching is UMKC’s highest honor for excellence in teaching for an assistant professor, and the Elmer F. Pierson Good Teaching Award is awarded annually to an outstanding teacher. Johnson’s nominations included details on his creation of the Sales Management course. He designed the curriculum for the course, determined its student learning outcomes, selected the textbook and recruited students. As the semesters passed, the course enrollment excelled and this is all due to his outstanding instructional presence in the classroom.

 

Doranne Hudson, MBA, Associate Teaching Professor and Executive-in-Residence, receives Provost’s Award for Excellence in Teaching

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The Provost’s Award for Excellence in Teaching is UMKC’s highest honor for excellence for a teaching faculty member who demonstrates sensitivity and adaptability to individual student needs, interests and challenges.

Hudson began at Bloch as Executive-in-Residence in 2004 after a very successful career at the Gillette Company and Hallmark Cards. Her exceptional contribution to teaching at the Bloch School is illustrated by the scores she receives on her student teaching evaluations and awards received to date, including Favorite Faculty Member of the Year by graduating students in 2015, 2011 and 2010 the Elmer F. Pierson Good Teaching Award in 2012.

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