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MIT Sloan School of Management awards

From left to right, Roy Ben-Ami, Pablo Querubin, and Doug Fearing, the 2009 Outstanding Teaching Assistants from the Sloan School of Management.
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From left to right, Roy Ben-Ami, Pablo Querubin, and Doug Fearing, the 2009 Outstanding Teaching Assistants from the Sloan School of Management.
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MIT Sloan Jamieson Award winner John Sterman.
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MIT Sloan Jamieson Award winner John Sterman.
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MIT Sloan Teacher of the Year Kristin Forbes.
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MIT Sloan Teacher of the Year Kristin Forbes.
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MIT Sloan Jamieson Award winner Roberto Fernandez.
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MIT Sloan Jamieson Award winner Roberto Fernandez.
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MIT Sloan Teacher of the Year Mark Ritson.
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MIT Sloan Teacher of the Year Mark Ritson.
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Outstanding Teacher Alan MacCormack.
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Outstanding Teacher Alan MacCormack.
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Outstanding Teacher Rebecca Henderson.
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Outstanding Teacher Rebecca Henderson.
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Jamieson Prize for Excellence--Annually given to two MIT Sloan faculty members for their contribution to teaching excellence
- Professor Roberto Fernandez, William F. Pounds Professor of Management
- Professor John Sterman, Jay W. Forrester Professor of Management

Teacher of the Year--MIT Sloan 19th Annual Excellence in Teaching Awards, which are chosen based on students' nominations. The final recipients are chosen based on the quantity and quality of their nominations
- Professor of Economics Kristin Forbes
- Visiting Associate Professor of Marketing Mark Ritson

Outstanding Teacher
- Visiting Professor Alan MacCormack
- Eastman Kodak LFM Professor of Management Rebecca Henderson

Outstanding Teaching Assistant
- TA for 15.010: Roy Ben-Ami G, Jerusalem, Israel
- TA for 15.066: Doug Fearing G, Austin, Texas
- TA for 15.024: Pablo Querubin G, Bogota, Colombia

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