Hang Nguyen Awarded Outstanding Ph.D. Student Scholar Award

The University of Connecticut School of Business Ph.D. Program awarded its second annual Student Scholar Award to Hang Nguyen. Hang was unanimously selected for the award from a group of highly-deserving doctoral student nominations and based on a vote by the five department coordinators and Ph.D. Program Director.

The Student Scholar Award is given in recognition of a student’s scholarly accomplishments during the program. The purpose of this award is to reward a Ph.D. Student Scholar in the School of Business, regardless of stage in the doctoral program, for outstanding scholarly performance.

Hang will be entering her fourth year in the Marketing concentration of the doctoral program in Fall 2011 as an ABD (all-but-dissertation) student in residence. Her advisory committee consists of Bill Ross (chair), Robin Coulter, and Joseph Pancras.

“Ph.D. students like Hang make us look good, and make us proud,” notes Gary Powell, Director, School of Business Ph.D. Program and Professor in the Management Department.

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