Contact: Mark D. Burd 412-268-3486
Release Date: Apr 06, 2012
NEW ORLEANS— The American Marketing Association (AMA) has recognized the Undergraduate Marketing Organization at Carnegie Mellon University’s Tepper School of Business among the top collegiate marketing programs. The announcement was made during the AMA’s 34th Annual International Collegiate Conference Awards, held during their annual convention of collegiate chapters, in New Orleans, La.
The distinction recognizes the achievements of the school’s Undergraduate Marketing Association during AMA Marketing Week, honorable mention of the group’s performance in a case competition event and the students accomplishments in other marketing activities. At the award ceremony, the students from Carnegie Mellon University were officially recognized in the following categories: Outstanding Marketing Week Activities, Outstanding Professional Development, Outstanding Communications and Outstanding Membership. A full listing on awards and winners can be found on the AMA’s collegiate chapter award winners’ page.
The Tepper School Undergraduate Marketing Association serves to further the professional development of student members through leadership development, philanthropic involvement, training and involvement in the field of marketing. The organization is dedicated to the development and preparation of marketing students to equip them with the necessary skills to launch successful professional careers.
About the Tepper School of Business - Founded in 1949, the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University (www.tepper.cmu.edu) is a pioneer in the field of management science and analytical-decision making. The school’s notable contributions to the intellectual community include eight Nobel laureates. The school is among those institutions with the highest rate of academic citations in the fields of finance, operations research, organizational behavior and production/operations. The academic offerings of the Tepper School include undergraduate studies in business and economics, graduate studies in business administration and financial engineering, and doctoral studies.