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Professor David Schultz honored


School of Business professor David Schultz has been named a 2012 SuperProfessor by FacultyRow. Schultz is one of only 145 academics in the United States to receive the award in its inaugural year.

“I am honored to have received this recognition,” Schultz said. “But the real reward is working with students and combining the classroom experience with my research. What really makes for a SuperProfessor is a person who brings together, research, teaching, and community service. The best teachers I had in school did that and that is the model I have tried to follow in my career.”

SuperProfessors are a peer-reviewed group of academics that consistently demonstrate excellence, passion, and clarity, throughout their academic careers. Often, these individuals are considered academic experts. FacultyRow’s website states that it is the leading social network of America's Top Faculty and researchers and its mission is to recognize and empower the leading academics in America. Currently, the network has over 91,000 members in 103 countries.

For more information on the award visit Schultz’s blog: Schultz’s Take.