2018 AGSM Honors & Awards Ceremony

by Andrew Hickey,

  • max-black-and-hayley-hill
    Dean Ringold greets graduates Max Black and Hayley Hill as recipients of the Dean's Award.
  • Geoff-Guilfoy
    Executive Professor Geoff Guilfoy greets Dean Ringold. Guilfoy is retiring from our contributing faculty this year.
  • sarah-kutten
    Assistant Director of Career Management and Contributing Assistant Professor Sarah Kutten received the Administrator of the Year award.
  • IKEW-award
    Dean Ringold congratulates the winning IKEW performers.
  • larry-ettner
    Dean Ringold greets Professor of Management Practice Larry Ettner, who is transitioning to contributing faculty.
  • 2018-Student-honorees
    Student honorees on stage for the 2018 AGSM Honors & Awards ceremony.

Willamette University's Atkinson Graduate School of Management honored students’ academic achievements and awarded Faculty and Staff awards on May 10.

Honor Society Inductions and Honors:

Beta Gamma Sigma; Pi Alpha Alpha & Atkinson Honors:

Max Black

Noura Elgendi

Bohua Fu

Ryan Gail

Karthik Gangadhara

Natalie Giersch

Hayley Hill

Daegan Hosler

Robert Husseman

Meghan Magee

Nishanti Selvaraj

Aleksey Shimberg

Sheila Tsuro

David Wartenberg

Beta Gamma Sigma & Pi Alpha Alpha:

Maggie Boucher

Atkinson Honors:

Harneha Ghuman

Alexander Hassen

Atkinson IKEW (Integrated Knowledge Exercise Week) Award

Jorge Brambila-Pena

Bohua Fu  

Karthik Gangadhara  

Alexander Hassen

David Wartenberg

Dean's Awards

Max Black

Hayley Hill

Administrator of the Year

Sarah Kutten

Faculty Member of the Year

Stuart Read

Years of Service Recognition

Lisbeth Claus for 15 years of service
Karen Arthur for 10 years of service
Alex Subert for 5 years of service

Geoff Guilfoy

Executive Professor Geoff Guilfoy as he retires from our contributing faculty.

Larry Ettner

Professor of Management Practice Larry Ettner transitions to the contributing faculty.

 
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