PSB Hosts a Professor Emeritus Luncheon
On Thursday August 10th, the Pilon School of Business hosted a Professor Emeriti luncheon to celebrate those who have achieved this honorable status over the last 20 years. We were fortunate to have the following Professors Emeritus attend: Harry Greening, Bob McElhinney, Charles (Chuck) Minken, Dave Tinker and David Nowell.
“As Sheridan celebrated its 50th anniversary, it was my honor to host a Pilon School of Business Professor Emeritus Luncheon. Our Professor Emeritus have contributed so much to our school over the years. A celebratory luncheon to reminisce over the important milestones our Business School has accomplished in the past years, provided a wonderful occasion to reconnect and, to personally thank our distinguished Professors Emeritus – those, who influenced the foundations of our proud legacy of exceptional teaching, service and, a dedication to learner success!” – Sylvia Lowndes, Dean, Pilon School of Business
Professor Emeritus is a status granted to a retired faculty member. To earn this title, a professor has to make a significant contribution to Sheridan. The granting of this status is based on an admirable record of performance in one or more of the following areas: service and support to Sheridan and its communities, ten years of teaching education, teaching effectiveness and professional contribution. The designation is presented by the Board of Governors and a newly designated Professor Emeritus is acknowledged during convocation ceremonies.
PSB’s Professors Emeritus
1998 – Jim Goodfellow
1999 – Bud Lefebvre
2000 – Harry Greening
2001 – Dave Tinker
2004 – Bob McElhinney
2004 – Diane Howarth
2013 – Brian Lyons
2015 – Mary Kanko
2016 – David Nowell
This successful luncheon was the first of its kind, and most certainly not the last. We are looking forward to hosting many more in the future!
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