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Sauder faculty excel in major teaching and research awards

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Sauder professors are being applauded as among the best on campus in the 2012-13 University of British Columbia teaching and research awards.

Lecturer Tamar Milne, of the Marketing Division, was awarded the 2012/13 UBC Killam Teaching Prize for her contributions to undergraduate teaching. She has been instrumental in adopting different learning technologies and in the development of the new course, Sustainability Marketing.

The winner of the 2012/13 CGA Graduate Master Teacher Award was Lecturer Paul Cubbon, also of the Marketing Division. His contributions to curricular development include the co-design and teaching of the new course, Introduction to Innovation and Entrepreneurship, introduced as part of the new Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship track in the MBA program, offered by Sauder's Robert H. Lee Graduate School.

The 2012/13 Research Excellence Award (senior category) was awarded to Professor Keith Head of the Strategy and Business Economics Division. He is recognized in Canada and around the world for his work as an empirical trade economist.

Associate Professor Katherine White, of the Marketing Division, took the 2012/13 Research Excellence Award (junior category). White is distinguished for her work on social identity with respect to consumer behavior.