The BB&T Center for the Study of Capitalism is proud to congratulate Center faculty who were honored by the Wake Forest University School of Business during the School’s awards ceremony on May 11, 2016. Among those who received awards were Matthew Phillips, Center Director and Associate Teaching Professor; Rob Nash, Center Associate and Professor; and Bill Marcum, Center Associate and Associate Professor.
Prof. Matthew Phillips received the T.B. Rose Fellowship in Business, funded by alumnus David Cameron Rose to recognize a notable innovation or initiative related to the instruction of students in the School of Business. The winner is selected by a committee of previous winners and the dean or vice dean.
Prof. Bill Marcum received the Horace Kelly Alumni Teaching Award, which recognizes a member of the faculty who contributes vitally and fundamentally to the education of business students. The award is given based on an annual alumni vote. Prof. Marcum also received the Service MVP Award, recognizing outstanding service to the School of Business above and beyond administrative duties. The honor is chosen by a ballot of the Business Faculty and the citation this year specifically referenced the 2016 Academic Conference on the Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility, which Prof. Marcum chaired with the sponsorship of the BB&T Center.
Prof. Rob Nash received the MA Teaching Award, recognizing a member of the faculty who contributes vitally and fundamentally to the education and personal development of students in the Master of Arts in Management program.
Congratulations to our center affiliates and the other 2015–2016 faculty award winners!