Teaching Excellence Awards 2010

Posted on June 08, 2010

Professors McConomy and Kissick with Commerce ’2010 grads at the May 31 Convocation
Professors McConomy and Kissick with Commerce ’2010 grads at the May 31 Convocation

Profs Moore, Free, Busch, Kissick and McConomy chosen by grads

KINGSTON, ON – QSB’s Teaching Excellence Awards were voted by the graduating classes of 2010 and presented at end-of-year celebrations held by the various programs.

David McConomy, Assistant Professor in Accounting, received the Comm’89 Professor-Student Life Award for having made the greatest contribution to the graduating class over their four years in the Commerce Program. The Commerce Society Teaching Excellence Award was presented to Distinguished Faculty Fellow in Business Law, Associate Professor Peter Kissick.

The award for Teaching Excellence in the full-time MBA Program was presented to John Moore, Assistant Professor of Accounting, at a pre-convocation reception at Goodes Hall. Marc Busch, a professor of International Business at Georgetown University, was recognized for his teaching excellence by the graduating classes of both the Cornell-Queen’s Executive MBA and the Accelerated MBA for Business Graduates. Clinton Free, Associate Professor and Distinguished Faculty Fellow of Accounting, was the recipient of the Teaching Excellence Awards presented by both the National and Ottawa Executive MBA Programs.


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