Cameron University's K. David Smith, an instructor in the Department of Computing and Technology, will receive the McGraw-Hill/Irwin Distinguished Paper Award in the Association of Business Information Systems division at the annual meeting of the Federation of Business Disciplines this week in Oklahoma City. Smith co-authored "Using Experiential Learning to Develop Communication Skills and Increase User Satisfaction with Student Developed Projects" with Dr. Kimberly Merritt of Oklahoma Christian University.
"We congratulate Dave Smith for this much-deserved recognition," says Dr. Johnny Carroll, Chair of the Department of Computing and Technology. "This award reflects the high quality of teaching and research that he brings to Cameron University."
The Federation of Business Disciplines is comprised of 12 professional associations that focus on the promotion and improvement of research and educational activities of schools and colleges of business administration. Each year, national and international constituencies of more than 1,300 college professors from schools of business attend its annual meeting.
February 23, 2009