Prof. Jennings honored with Emerson Teaching Award

  • November 16, 2017
  • By Guest Blogger
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Sydney Miller, PMBA 44, is a former journalist & editor, and perpetual student. She writes the following for the Olin Blog.

Jared Jennings, Assistant Professor of Accounting, is one of six WashU faculty members honored with Emerson Teaching Awards. Prof. Jennings, along with WashU professors Julie M. Bugg (Arts & Sciences), J. Mark Meacham (Engineering & Applied Science), Steven D. Taff (Medicine), William E. Wallace (Arts & Sciences), and Cheryl Wassenaar (Design & Visual Arts), were recognized at the Emerson Excellence in Teaching reception on Nov. 12.

The Emerson Excellence in Teaching Program recognizes St. Louis-area educators for their leadership, creativity, knowledge, and contributions to student learning. Honorees are nominated by the deans of their respective schools and by The Teaching Center at WashU.

Prof. Jennings joined Olin in 2012 after graduating from the University of Washington. Before earning his PhD, he was an auditor at Deloitte. His research primarily focuses on information intermediaries, textual analysis, and financial reporting.

Previous Olin honorees include Staci Thomas, Durai Sundaramoorthi, Glenn MacDonald, and Marcia Armstrong.

#OlinKudos, Prof. Jennings!

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