Monday, June 27, 2016

Drs. Mahajan and Krause recognized for teaching excellence


CFA Institute Program Partner News

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Recently the CFA Institute offered their congratulations to Dr. Arvind Mahajan, program director at Texas A&M, and Dr. David Krause, program director at Marquette University, for their recent notable achievements. 

The June 2016 CFA Program Partner Newsletter recognized two investment professors for teaching excellence - Dr. Mahahan of Texas A&M and Dr. Krause of Marquette University.

Arvind Mahajan named a Texas A&M Presidential Professor

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Dr. Arvind Mahahan
Dr. Arvind Mahajan of Mays Business School has been named a Presidential Professor for Teaching Excellence at Texas A&M University, an honor he will retain for the remainder of his career.

Texas A&M President Michael K. Young announced this year's recipients of the award, which former Texas A&M President Robert M. Gates established in 2003 to underscore the importance of teaching at a major research university.


David Krause wins Marquette's inaugural Brennan Master Teacher Award

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Dr. David Krause

Dr. David Krause, director of the Marquette University College of Business Administration's nationally recognized Applied Investment Management program, has been honored with the first-ever Edward A. Brennan Master Teacher Award. The award was founded this spring through a nearly $1 million award from the family of the late Edward Brennan, former chairman, president and CEO of Sears.
 
Dr. Krause, who joined Marquette in 2004 and was instrumental in building the AIM program, will carry the title of Brennan Master Teacher for three years, a distinction that rewards and encourages excellence in teaching. 

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