Business professor receives Dean’s Teaching Excellence award

May 11, 2010 | Leave a Comment

Business professor receives Dean’s Teaching Excellence award

 

Buies Creek, N.C.—Dr. Yu-Mong Hsiao, professor at Campbell University’s Lundy-Fetterman School of Business, received the Dean’s Excellence in Teaching Award on Sunday, May 2, at a ceremony held in the John W. Pope, Jr. Convocation Center.

Hsiao joined the School of Business faculty in 1984 as an instructor of economics. During her 26-year tenure, she has been recognized for her contributions to the school.

“Dr. Hsiao is respected for her academic vigor and her innovative learning strategies,” said Dr. Benjamin Hawkins, dean of the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business. “But her impact goes far beyond the classroom to the many students she has served as an academic advisor. She has a reputation as one of the most effective advisors in the School of Business.”

A native of Taiwan, Hsiao holds a Bachelor of Arts in economics from National Taiwan University and a Master of Business Administration from Mississippi State University. She also holds master’s and doctorate degrees in economics from North Carolina State University. Hsiao is a licensed accountant in North Carolina. In her capacity as a Certified Public Accountant, she volunteers with a program operated through the Harnett County Public Library in which Campbell students prepare tax returns for retired individuals. In 2006, she received a certificate of achievement from the Teaching Innovation Program of the American Economics Association.

Photo Copy: Dr. Yu-Mong Hsiao. (Photo by Bennett Scarborough)


Bulletin: 16519

Date: May/11/10

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