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Alumni Awards of Excellence Recipients

Alumni Awards of Excellence Recipients (and degree received from UD)

Name Year Awarded Year of Graduation Major
Aksoy, Tevfik 2013 1995 Economics, Ph.D.
Bertuch, Henri L.  1992 1954 Business Administration
Blew, Denise M. 2002 1979 Accounting
Brian L. King,  1995 1968, 1970 M Business Administration, MBA
Brucker, Eric 2003 1963 Economics
Brunner, Donald R.  1993 1966 Accounting
Carper, The Honorable Thomas R.  1991 1975 MBA
Christian, Robert J. 2001 1973M MA Economics
Cosgrove, Howard E.  1993 1970 MBA
Crozier, Barry 2009 1971 Accounting
Derr, Richard P. 1998 1977 Business Administration Marketing Management
Deutsch, Robert F. 2011 1980 Business Administration
Dickerson, Robert E.  1993 1973 Business Administration
Elkins, David V. 2008 1991 Economics
Emery, Gerard J. 2013 1986 Accounting
Epstein, Eddie 2008 1981, 1985M Economics and Political Science
Fischer, Robert A. Jr. 1997 1970 Business Administration
Fisher, Joseph H.  1994 1966 Accounting
Forbes, George W. III 2000 1968 Business Administration
Ford, Daniel J. Sr. 1996 1955 Business Administration
Freschman, David J. 2004 1984 Accounting
Geltzeiler, Michael S.  2008 1980 Accounting
Goodrich, Smith Courtney 2013 1993 Business Administration
Green, G. Dallas  1992 1981 Businss Administration, Operations Management
Harra, Robert V. A.  1999 1971 Accounting
Hartzell, David J.  2000 1977, 1979M BA Economics, MA Economics
Harvey, Thomas E., III 2011 1975 Business Administration
Himes, John W.  1996 1966 Business Administration
Iredale, William H. 1997 1965 Business Administration
Jarrell, Gregg A. 1997 1974 Business Administration
Johnson, Robert L.  1999 1953, 1955M Accounting, MBA
Jordan, Andrew, III 2011 1981 Accounting
Knechel, W. Robert  1994 1977 Accounting
Lancellot, Michael J.  2004 1978 Business Administration, Marketing Management
Lavelle, The Honorable Gregory F. 2006 1987 Business Administration, Finance
Lipstein, Robert J.  1995 1977 Accounting
MacKenzie, George Jr. 1998 1971 Business Administration
Marsini, Nicholas M., Jr. 2005 1977 Accounting
Martin, Mathew 2009 1998 Ph.D Economics
McNutt, Robert P. 2000 1969 MBA
Minker, Matthew C. III 2005 1968, 2001M Engineering, MBA
Mockbee, Stephen M.  1992 1973 Business Administration
Morgan, Calvert A. Jr. 1991 1970 Business Administration
Mulrine, Thomas V. Esq. 1998 1966 Economics
Thomas W. Oliver 2008 1981MBA Business Administration
Pauly, Mark V.  1996 1965 MA Economics
Pinto, Charles P. 2000 1969 Business Administration, Bus. Ed.
Quill, Leonard W.  1992 1958, 1966M Business Administration, MBA
Ramsey Esq. , Natalie D. 2013 1981 Accounting
Richards, Emily-May  1994 1969 Accounting
Rzewnicki, Janet C.  1991 1978 Accounting
Santora, William A. 2011 1973 Accounting
Scarborough, Judith M.  2002 1984, 1990M Accounting, MS Accounting
Schiavi, Vincent A. 2005 1975 Accounting
Schieffer, William H. 2003 1984 Accounting
Schmuckler, Joseph R.  1995 1982 Business Administration, Finance
Seitz, Paul C.  1991 1971 Accounting
Sheehy, Dennis G.   2001 1979, 1984M Music, MBA
Siegfried, Robert L. Jr. 2001 1981 Economics
Simon,Howard H.  1996 1963 Accounting
Smith, Harold D. II 1998 1964 Accounting
Smith, The Honorable Wayne A. 1999 1984 Business Administration, Finance
Somerville, Scott R.  1995 1976 Accounting
Sparks, W. Alvon Jr., 1996 1958 Accounting
Stegemeier, Edward J. 2002 1966 Business Administration
Strickberger, Daniel 2009 1978 Business Administration, Finance
Suiter, Mary C. 2013 1989 Economic Education, M.I.E.E.
Tenev, Stoyan V. 2006 1993 MA Economics
Visalli, Ann Shepard 2004 1987, 1990M BA Economics, MA Economics
Wickham, Michael W. 1999 1968 Business Administration

The Lerner College presents the prestigious Alumni Award of Excellence, established in 1991, to a select few alumni who have exhibited exceptional accomplishments in their careers and personal achievements. The awards are presented on Friday night, as part of Alumni Reunion Weekend in the Alfred Lerner Hall atrium. The reception is from 6:30 to 7 pm., with the presentation beginning at 7pm. Nominations are solicited from alumni and the University community. Selection is based upon professional accomplishments, contribution to the community, and commitment to excellence.

The Lerner College is home to a state-of-the-art financial trading facility, the $1.4 million student-led Blue Hen Investment Fund, a student-managed restaurant and hotel, a high-technology development center of a global bank and a start-up experience for students with new business ideas.

Lerner College faculty - like Anu Sivaraman, who is among Social Media Marketing Magazine’s “Top 100 Marketing Professors on Twitter” and MBAprograms.org’s “Top 50 Marketing Professors on Twitter” - are thought leaders who command attention from influential business audiences, economists and policy makers.

All Lerner College departments offer experience-driven learning and emphasize evidence-based analytics methods to enrich the student experience. Here, finance students visit New York City’s financial districts for a first-hand look at markets trading and to meet with UD alumni.

Charles W. Horn, AS75, and wife Patricia, recently made a $3 million commitment to enhance and expand entrepreneurial studies.

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