MIT professor’s book digs into the eclectic, textually linked reading choices of people in medieval London.
All award recipients are graduate students in management unless otherwise noted.
Faculty Teaching Excellence Awards
Professor Arnoldo Hax, the Alfred P. Sloan Professor of Management
Richard Locke, professor of industrial relations and political science
Roberto Rigobon, assistant professor of applied economics
Andreas Schulz, associate professor of management
Patrick J. McGovern '59 Entrepreneurship Award
MIT Sloan Entrepreneurs
Outstanding Teaching Assistant Honors
Peter Obdeijn, Oegstgeest, The Netherlands
Michael Schwartz, Atlanta
Merit Scholarships--Thomas Peterson Award
Mike Volpe, Canton, Mass.
Christina Cragholm, Lafayette, Calif.
Martin Trust Community Fellowships
John Barton, Atlanta
Neil Cantor, Rockville, Md.
Jennifer Koop, St. Louis
Jonathan Rheaume, Somerville, Mass.
Raghu Subramanian, Pilani, India
Miriam Sherburne Scholarship
Giulia (Julia) Poli, Bassano, Italy
Henry B. DuPont III Scholarship
Doug Grant, Mechanicsburg, Pa.
Henry Ford II Scholarship
Erin Bigley, Albany, N.Y.
Kirsten Knipp, Plano, Texas
Aleksandar Zelenovic, Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina
A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on June 4, 2003.