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Top Fowler Faculty Members Recognized

A professor nationally known for her research on organizational behavior, a lecturer who is leading an initiative to teach computer program coding to business students, and a professor who has made extraordinary contributions to the college, students and department during his career have been recently honored by the Fowler College of Business for their accomplishments.

SDSU management professor, Dr. Amy Randel, was selected for the Fowler College Research Excellence Award based on her research focusing on diversity/inclusion, teams and creativity within organizations. Her research has been published in some of the top academic journals in the country and she was lauded for working with a diverse cross-section of faculty researchers.

Amy Randel, Lance Nail, Steve Gill

Amy Randel, Lance Nail and Steve Gill

A faculty member in the management information systems department, Dr. Robert Judge, received the Allan Bailey Service Award for Lecturers based on his involvement in the “Everyone Can Code” (ECC) pilot program and the Fowler College of Business Honors program.  ECC is a joint effort with Apple and other universities to develop materials and curriculum to expose college students programming and app development within the context of business education.

Accounting professor, Dr. Steven Gill, was awarded the Allan Bailey Service Award for Tenured Faculty in recognition of his exceptional service to the college for the past five years. “No matter the time or reason asked, Dr. Gill steps up every time,” said Dr. Damon Fleming, director of SDSU’s Charles W. Lamden School of Accountancy.

“A college can only reach their aspirational goals through the extraordinary efforts of its faculty,” said Dr. Lance Nail, dean of the Fowler College of Business. “These faculty members have shown their willingness to go way above and beyond their standard duties to achieve excellence in their service, research and academic pursuits.”