Sue Garr Innovative Teaching Award
The Sue Garr Innovative Teaching Award recognizes outstanding educators that demonstrate extraordinary and/or innovative efforts in teaching. The award was founded by the Sue Garr Innovative Teaching Fund, established in 2007 in memory of Sue Garr, who taught accounting at the school of business for over 20 years.
Paul Reagan, Senior Lecturer of Management
Paul Reagan received the Sue Garr Innovative Teaching Award for his efforts to cover the impact of the structure of organizations and groups and involving his M.B.A. students in the Organizational Change and Development class (Management 7630) with small and large organizations in the field.
Professor Reagan has taught at the university since 1999. His research interests include: organizational development and change, compensation and benefits, strategic human resources management and executive development. He is the principal with Dorey, Reagan & Associates and has done consulting work with Volkswagen USA.