Professor Ron Kasznik Honored by 2001 Sloan Class
Kasznik was praised for his dedication to teaching and responsiveness to the class.
Associate Professor of Accounting Ron Kasznik was honored with the Sloan Program Excellence in Teaching Award, presented by the 2001 Sloan Fellows at a June 6 reception.
“The Business School has exceptional teachers,” said Kasznik, who taught the core financial accounting course in the Sloan program in the fall of 2000. “Being on a list of distinguished teachers is a big achievement and I am extremely grateful.”
Kasznik was praised for his dedication to teaching, his creativity in shaping the course to meet the needs of mid-career professionals, and for his responsiveness to the class. At Stanford Business School since 1995, Kasznik received his MS and PhD from the University of California at Berkeley.
Since 1996, the Sloan Excellence in Teaching Award has been given to a teacher of a core course in the 10-month Sloan program for mid-career business leaders from around the world. The full-time Sloan program leads to a master of science in management degree.
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