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March 17, 2004
The Robert O. Anderson Schools of Management Foundation Board has selected this year’s honoree for the Community Leadership Award. Richard A. Reid, a professor in the Department of Marketing, Information Systems, and Decision Sciences at The Anderson Schools at The University of New Mexico, was named this year’s outstanding faculty member based on his service to the community, as well as teaching and research excellence. “The Foundation Board is always pleased to honor faculty members who bring their expertise back into the community,” said John Brown, Chair of the ASM Foundation Board’s Community Relations Committee. “While academic honors often focus exclusively on published articles, we like to recognize those people who make a point of enriching the community, both on a local level and a larger professional level. Dr. Reid demonstrates all the qualities that we look for in a faculty leader.” He will be recognized alongside three outstanding Anderson Schools’ alumni being inducted into the Hall of Fame – Michael J. Glennon, President of Albuquerque TVI; Eric M. Pillmore, Senior Vice President - Corporate Governance, Tyco International; and Michael A. Romero, President, Terradigm, Inc.
Reid joined the faculty at The Anderson Schools in 1969 and received his Ph.D. from Ohio State University in 1970. He teaches classes on service operations management, production and inventory management, management of science, business statistics and management of quality. Dr. Reid has been extensively published in a variety of peer-reviewed journals, most recently partnering with Anderson Schools adjunct faculty member Jim Cormier to write “Applying the TOC Thinking Process: A Case Study in the Service Sector” which was published in the September/October 2003 issue of Managing Service Quality. Reid is a member of the Decisions Sciences Institute and the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences and has been a consultant for Los Alamos National Laboratory, AlliedSignal Aerospace, and Sandia National Laboratories. He serves on the Board of Directors for the Albuquerque Chapter of the Educational Society for Resource Management (APICS) and was the guest speaker at the Chapter’s January 2004 meeting.
Reid will be recognized at The Anderson Schools of Management’s 15th Annual Hall of Fame dinner, to be held on May 6 at Sheraton Old Town, Albuquerque, with no-host cocktails at 6:00 p.m. followed by dinner at 7:00 p.m. The major sponsors for this year’s event to-date are Wells Fargo Bank, Bank of the West, Grant Thornton, Jaynes Corporation, KPMG LLP, and PNM.
Corporate table sponsorships are available at $600 for a table of eight. The cost for individual tickets is $75. To make reservations or to inquire about table sponsorships, call The Anderson Schools Development Office at (505) 277-0880 or email email@example.com by Friday, April 30.
The Hall of Fame is Anderson’s most significant community event, and the funds raised support student scholarships, faculty research, and career placement activities.
The Anderson School of Management at the University of New Mexico is dedicated to excellence in professional management education. At the Anderson School, faculty, staff, and students are committed to shaping the intellect and character of the next generation of business leaders, advancing the knowledge and practice of management, promoting economic development, and building a vibrant intellectual community that serves the highest and best interests of all our stakeholders.
The School was founded in 1947 and now offers more than a dozen concentrations at the BBA and MBA levels and is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business in the top 20% of business schools in the nation. The School is funded by the State of New Mexico and further support is generated by The Anderson School of Management Foundation. For more information, the public can visit www.mgt.unm.edu, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (505) 277-6471.
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