School of Management faculty honored for teaching, research accomplishments
The School of Management highlighted the work of faculty at an excellence reception
Three faculty members from Binghamton University’s School of Management were honored at this year’s Excellence Reception. The annual event is an opportunity for the school to recognize the teaching and research accomplishments of its faculty.
The honorees were:
2018 Award for Excellence in Teaching
Alfred Yebba is an assistant professor of accounting. His research and teaching interests are in auditing and assurance services. His teaching philosophy uses classroom discussion to engage student interest in learning. Professor Yebba strives to prepare his students for careers in accounting and values the opportunity to instill his auditing knowledge.
2018 Corning Award for Excellence in Research
Nan Zhou is an associate professor of accounting with research interests in auditing, governance and financial reporting. He has had 10 papers published or accepted over the past three years, including one in The Accounting Review and two in Contemporary Accounting Research. He has collaborated extensively with Binghamton University faculty and students – nine of his co-authors have Binghamton University affiliations. His research output speaks to the nurturing research environment at the University.
2018 Adjunct Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching
Donald Sheldon is an adjunct lecturer of supply chain management. He has taught Operations and Strategic Management, and has been a management consultant for the past 21 years, 15 of which were with his own consulting firm. He has published six books on operations management topics. Much of his success in the classroom is due to his dynamic speaking style and application of operations management to real-world business problems. He also invites top management guest speakers to share best practices and lessons learned, and supports the student chapter of APICS.