Dr. Mark Schenkel, assistant professor of entrepreneurship, has been notified by the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) that a case he co-authored is being awarded “Best Teaching Case” at this year’s national USASBE conference. Co-authors are Dr. Beth Woodard (Belmont associate professor of management) and Joseph Ormont (Massey MBA Alumnus). The case is focused on Bergen Cathedral Interiors, a venture founded by Stephen Bergen, also a Belmont alumnus. This is the third consecutive year that a Belmont faculty-authored case has been recognized with this prestigious national award.
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