EVANSVILLE, Ind. (UE) – The University of Evansville announced that Greg Rawski, associate professor of management in the Schroeder Family School of Business Administration, has received the 2011 Exemplary Teacher Award.

Each year, the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry of The United Methodist Church presents the Exemplary Teacher Award to recognize excellence in teaching at United Methodist-related institutions of higher education.

UE President Thomas A. Kazee announced Dec. 14 Rawski as the 2011 recipient during UE’s Winter Commencement ceremony.

“The first time I met Greg Rawski, I was blown away by his enthusiasm for the Schroeder Family School of Business Administration and what it could become,” said Stephen Standifird, dean of the Schroeder Family School of Business Administration. “Quite honestly, Dr. Rawski is one of the reasons I came to the University of Evansville. He has a constant stream of ideas for improving the educational experience of our students, and most notably, he’s willing to volunteer his own time and energy to put these ideas into action.”

Rawski came to UE in 2005 after earning a PhD in manufacturing management and engineering from the University of Toledo. Each year, he has received an outstanding teaching evaluation for his work in the classroom, teaching courses such as The American Corporation, Production/Operations Management and Global Supply Chain Issues in Manufacturing.


“The first time I met Greg Rawski, I was blown away by his enthusiasm…”

– Stephen Standifird