International Business Communication David Victor
David Victor, a professor of management and director of the International Business Program in the Eastern Michigan University College of Business, has been awarded the Association for Business Communication's highest honor for recognizing teaching excellence.
The Meada Gibbs Outstanding Teacher Award encourages and rewards exceptional achievement in teaching business communication. It goes annually to one recipient from among the entire international membership of the ABC. Victor received the award recently at this year's 75th annual conference, held in Chicago. As a recipient, he will also present a paper at the following year's conference plenary session.
"I am extremely gratified to receive this award, " Victor said. "It underscores my commitment to teaching, and to developing excellent programs that serve our broad and diverse range of students and convey the complexities of our rapidly evolving global business environment."
"I am pleased and proud that David has received this award, " said David Mielke, Dean of the College of Business. "The honor reflects his creativity, his energy and his distinct scholarship in serving our students and growing our programs in international business."
The Association for Business Communication (ABC) is an international, interdisciplinary organization committed to advancing business communication research, education, and practice. Its membership of 760 draws academics and practitioners from such fields as management, marketing, English, speech communication, linguistics, and information systems. The membership base extends to 40 countries worldwide.
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