Duquesne Sustainability Professor Receives National Award
Dr. Robert Sroufe, holder of the Murrin Chair of Global Competitiveness at Duquesne University, has received the 2009 Decision Science Institute Instructional Innovation Award. The award recognizes Sroufe’s creative approach and integration of real-world projects into Duquesne’s MBA Sustainability program.
At Duquesne, Sroufe leads students in hands-on projects with area businesses, emphasizing sustainability in auditing, process improvement and change management at Duquesne University’s John F. Donahue Graduate School of Business.
Sroufe lives in O’Hara Township.
The Decision Science Institute, an international nonprofit group, focuses on applying quantitative and behavioral methods to societal problems and provides a forum for sharing research in the study of decision-making processes across disciplines.
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