Recent Awards and Accomplishments
- Dub Ashton received the 2010-2011 Order of Omega Outstanding Faculty Award.
- Dub Ashton received the John and Lois Imhoff Award for Outstanding Teaching and Student Mentorship for 2010.
- Dub Ashton was inducted into the University of Arkansas Teaching Academy in December 2010.
- Dub Ashton received the Sam M. Walton College of Business Excellence in Student Advising Award for 2009-2010.
- Scot Burton, Elizabeth Howlett, and Andrea Heintz Tangari (Wayne State) received the Award for Best Paper in the Corporate Affairs, Social Responsibility, and Sustainability Track at the 2011 Winter American Marketing Association Conference.
- Scot Burton, Jeremy Kees, Craig Andrews, and John Kozup received the 2012 Thomas C. Kinnear Journal of Public Policy & Marketing Award for outstanding article published in the preceding three year period.
- Scot Burton received the Outstanding Reviewer Award for Journal of Public Policy and Marketing, 2010.
- Scot Burton received the Sam M. Walton College of Business Best All-Around Faculty Award for 2010-2011, for excellence in research, teaching, and service.
- Scot Burton was selected as a “Resident Faculty Fellow” and Presenter for the Marketing and Society Pre-Conference Consortium for Ph.D. students and young faculty at the 2011 AMA Marketing and Public Policy Conference.
- Scot Burton was selected as a faculty participant for the American Marketing Association Consortium (participants present and discuss research with selected Ph.D. students from around the nation).
- Betsy Howlett has been invited to serve as a member of the Institute of Medicine’s Committee on Examination of Front-of-Package Nutrition Rating Systems and Symbols. Full article.
- Jeff Murray was an invited presenter at Consumption Theory: A Canon of Classics at the University of Southern Denmark, Odense, August 9-15, 2010. Full article.
- Molly Rapert was selected as the 2010 Hormel Master Marketing Teacher by the Marketing Management Association. Full article.
- Yoon-Na Cho was selected to attend the 2012 AMA Sheth Foundation Doctoral Consortium at Oklahoma State University.
- Christopher Newman received the 2011 Brenda Derby Memorial Award, which is presented nationally to an outstanding doctoral student who demonstrates excellence as an emerging policy researcher.
- Christopher Newman was honored as a Doctoral Student in Residence by the Center for Marketing and Public Policy Research at Villanova University.
- Christopher Newman was a 2011 Marketing and Public Policy Consortium Fellow.
- Amy Stokes accepted a position as Assistant Professor of Marketing at Oregon State University beginning in the fall of 2011.
- Anastasia Thyroff received the 2011-2012 Philanthropic Educational Organization Scholar Award. The scholarship will support her dissertation and other research related to consumer acceptance of nanotechnology. Full article.
- Anastasia Thyroff was named Outstanding Graduate Student by the Sam M. Walton College of Business for 2011-2012.
- Anna Turri accepted a position as Assistant Professor of Marketing at Texas State University beginning in the fall of 2011.
- The Sam M. Walton College of Business honored five students as the 2011-2012 Outstanding Graduates in Marketing: Tyler Clark, Rachel Dennis, Kelsy Litchenburg, Ariel Spencer, and Keri Wood.
- The University of Arkansas American Marketing Association Collegiate Chapter earned the Bronze Chapter Award, which is awarded for excellence in collegiate chapter performance, at the 33rd Annual International Collegiate Conference.
- Olivia Morley was awarded the L. Joseph Rosenberg Endowed Scholarship for 2011-2012.
- Terra Hardcastle earned a Student Undergraduate Research Fellowship for 2010-2011. Her faculty mentor was Molly Rapert. Marketing faculty members Molly Jensen, Molly Rapert, and Dub Ashton also mentored 3 other Walton College students who received SURF awards for 2010-2011.
- Alex Sorrell and Claire Purdy were on the first-place winning team at the fourth annual American Collegiate Retail Association charette hosted by the Center for Retailing Excellence. Matt Denton and his team won second place. Full article.