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George Hrivnak Awarded Prestigious International New Educator Award

We are proud to announce that George Hrivnak, Assistant Professor with the Bond Business School, has been honoured with the Organizational Behaviour Teaching Society’s 2013 New Educator Award, at the recent international conference in Asheville, North Carolina, USA.  This award recognises an early-career academic who is an exceptional classroom instructor, an educational innovator, and who has shown cutting-edge promise and creativity in his or her teaching, research, and publications in the area of management education. Professor Hrivnak is an asset to the university, showcasing academic knowledge through creative education practices, bringing strong results to the Bond Business School.

This is one of the society’s most prestigious  and selective awards, being given to a single person in the world annually.  Since its inception in 1999, the award has been given to a non-US-based scholar on only two occasions – the other being Bond University academic Amy Kenworthy in 2006.  We are extremely proud to have award winners George and Amy at Bond University, as we once again demonstrate the outstanding educational experience we offer to our students.

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