Mays Business School, January 1st, 2001
Uday Murthy, associate accounting professor, was recently recognized by the International Journal of Accounting Information Systems for his research productivity. Murthy ranked ninth among 316 accounting information system faculty for the period of 1982-1998, which is remarkable since he did not receive his doctorate until 1989. The journal also ranked the accounting faculty the eighth most productive program overall, while accounting Ph.D. graduates came in twentieth.
Texas A&M students in international studies have named Scott Lee, associate professor of finance, as the recipient of the Exemplary Professor Award for 2000-2001. Recognizing the international perspective he brings to the classroom, Lee was honored Nov. 14 at the annual international studies reception. Lee teaches corporate finance and valuation analysis at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.