Admissions & Aid
An important and vital part of all we do in the Koppelman School of Business is our highly qualified and achievement-oriented faculty. Their achievements are recognized by the various awards they receive and the distinguished titles that are bestowed on them. The list of faculty members who have been recognized over the years for their achievements is provided below.
This chair is funded by the Kurz Family Foundation in honor of Herbert Kurz ’41, founder of Presidential Life Insurance Company.
This chair is funded by Marshall G. Kaplan ’49, taxation and real estate attorney.
Funded by the Tow Foundation, this two-year professorship is awarded to members of the faculty whose scholarly accomplishments are of a particularly high order.
Funded by the Tow Foundation, this award recognizes a senior member of the faculty for outstanding qualities as a teacher and for being a role model to students and other faculty.
The award is presented annually to a full-time faculty member, or faculty team, for extraordinary contributions in championing academic outcomes assessment/Assurance of Learning.
This award recognizes faculty members who have been innovative, current, and adaptive in teaching techniques and methodologies that enhance their teaching effectiveness.
This award recognizes faculty members who have demonstrated success in producing high-quality scholarly research that has led to publications in refereed journals.
This award recognizes faculty members who have demonstrated excellence in service to his or her department, the Koppelman School of Business, Brooklyn College, to his or her profession, and to non-academic community organizations and government agencies.
Special recognition awards are bestowed only on occasions that a faculty or faculties have demonstrated extraordinary effort and outcome that support Koppelman’s mission, strategic priorities, or objectives. Awardees are nominated by chairs and decided on by the dean.