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Awards of $100 and $250 to USA, Canada, and International instructors at academic institutions to recognize outstanding accomplishments in marketing education. Teaching innovations may include significant improvements, novel additions, and unique adaptations of existing teaching methods.
The competition intends to foster advancement in the teaching of marketing by recognizing educators who have designed and implemented effective pedagogical innovations in marketing. For the purposes of this competition, innovation is a single activity, exercise, project, assignment, method, or event, as opposed to an overall philosophy or strategy in marketing education. Teaching innovations do not have to be entirely new pedagogical methodologies.
Entrants should take reasonable measures to ensure their proposed innovation has not been previously published or recognized as a winner or finalist in a different competition. Please give this investigation due diligence through conversations with colleagues both within and outside of your university, and thorough literature reviews.
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